Monthly Archives: January 2011

new horizons

BP yesterday announced a joint venture with Rosneff to carry out exploration and development of oilfields in the Arctic Ocean and vast area’s of Siberia, Greenpeace have stated that they have not learned the lessons from the Gulf of Mexico, perhaps not … Continue reading

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NEW JOBS FOR OLD

Yesterday in parliament the Government voted to sell off the Post Office, in to foreign hands will go another British institution, but how will it affect you, if you live in a major town probably very little but out in the rural parts … Continue reading

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It Is Ailing

I was watching Prime Ministers Question Time today and I got the distinct feeling that all is not well for the NHS.  It has grown so large and the hospitals so big, too big in fact to be run properly.  The … Continue reading

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A Scaffold at Whitehall?

I read this morning that the Royal Family are to be granted exemption from the Freedom of Information Act. Once again the Liberals have sold their souls to keep their fingers on power and snouts in the trough. If you … Continue reading

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What Are They Afraid Of??

 It has been a while since I wrote a blog on the weather where I mentioned reading of the huge Solar Storm on the 22nd October 2010 entitled ‘Weather From Space’. Since then the weather patterns have taken on something of … Continue reading

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