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- 49. The Maggotdrowners Forum - RSPCA shame?
My Dad who passed away in February aged 91 always supported the RSPCA, he used to send them regular donations...£10 or £20.He had a few years ago,a constant companion, a little border collie cross who was also "getting on a bit" and was almost totally deaf.(I must add that the dog, was not suffering, still eating and drinking etc and getting walked regular etc).One day came a knock at the door, it was the RSPCA who informed him that one of his "neighbours" had reported to them that he was mistreating his dog....WHAT???He made the mistake of letting them in to look at the dog, they took the dog away, had him "put down" and then had the audacity to give an 80 odd year old pensioner a "BILL FOR £40".
URL: http://www.maggotdrowning.com/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=142216 - 117KB - 29 Apr 2012
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- 50. Thatcher's determination to buy Trident and defeat economic wets revealed in 1981 Cabinet papers...
In the week we learnt that Margaret Thatcher is still the Tory grassroots' favourite politician we get more insight into her government today. Under the thirty year disclosure rule the National Archive has released documents related to her government of 1981. The newspapers' coverage of those documents is summarised below.The Liverpool riots and northern declineArming the policeUnions were linked with riotersNavy cuts before the FalklandsNuclear deterrenceIRA hunger strikesWets versus dries: Norman Tebbit and Sir Keith Joseph worried that Margaret Thatcher risked going soft in taking tough economic decisions according to the Scotsman but her real battle was with the "wets", as the Yorkshire Post reports.Hosni MubarakIan Paisley and the PopeA French communist Mrs Thatcher didn't want to do business with.The ironING lady: "Cost-conscious Margaret Thatcher offered to pay for an ironing board for No 10 after becoming PM... She insisted on using her own household items because she feared political enemies might spark an expenses row over refurbishment work... Her prudent attitude is in contrast to MPs' claims for items like moat cleaning that shocked Britain in the expenses scandal in 2009."
URL: http://conservativehome.blogs.com/thetorydiary/2011/12/thatchers-determination-to-buy-trident-and-defeat-economic-wets-revealed-in-1981-cabinet-papers.html - 62KB - 30 Dec 2011
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- 51. How Labour Deputy Harriet Harman, her shadow minister husband and former Health Secretary Patricia Hewitt were all linked to paedofile group
Harman, left, Hewitt, right, and Dromey, centre with Harman, first encountered the Paedophile Information Exchange when they were cutting their political teeth as young officials in the National Council for Civil Liberties.
URL: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2523526/How-Labour-Deputy-Harriet-Harman-shadow-minister-husband-Health-Secretary-Patricia-Hewitt-linked-group-lobbying-right-sex-children.html - 268KB - 14 Dec 2013
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- 52. Bingley - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Edit this page Edit this page Wikipedia (en) Wikipedia Atom feed Bingley From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search For other...
URL: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bingley - 109KB - 04 Mar 2012
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- 53. Ed Miliband First World War Centenary wreath branded ‘pathetic’ as Labour leader ‘fails to even write his own name’
Twitter users said Mr Miliband’s wreath may have been written by aides – but either way showed he ‘can’t be bothered’.Ed Miliband has been accused of making a “pathetic” effort with his wreath at a First World War Centenary commemoration service, after it simply carried the message: “From the Leader of the Opposition”.Images of the wreath were shared online and put in stark contrast to a more personal message from the Prime Minister, which read: “Your most enduring legacy is our liberty. We must never forget,” and which was signed “David Cameron”.
URL: http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/ed-miliband-first-world-war-centenary-wreath-branded-pathetic-as-labour-leader-fails-to-even-write-his-own-name-9646965.html - 203KB - 04 Aug 2014
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- 54. UK Government's surveillance plans could put citizens, economy and entire internet at risk, argue leading computing experts
Proposals are 'unworkable in practice, raise enormous legal and ethical questions, and would undo progress on security at a time when internet vulnerabilities are causing extreme economic harm', leading experts argue.The British and US Government’s plans to weaken online security are “unworkable” and contribute to “extreme economic harm”, a group of the world’s leading computer experts have said.Authorities including David Cameron and FBI director James Comey have said that tech companies shouldn’t use end-to-end encryption, which stops messages from being snooped on. Such technology is used in apps like iMessage and WhatsApp, to ensure that messages can't be read as they pass between people.
URL: http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/gadgets-and-tech/news/uk-governments-surveillance-plans-could-put-citizens-and-entire-internet-at-risk-argue-leading-computing-experts-10373940.html - 187KB - 10 Jul 2015
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- 55. 77% of quangocrats are Labour party supporters: Critics attack 'disgraceful trend' and warn it could block Tory reforms | Daily Mail
More Labour ‘cronies’ are being appointed to public bodies now than under the last government, official figures reveal.Last year 77 per cent of those who had a known political allegiance were Labour, more than the 70 per cent under Gordon Brown’s administration.Critics said David Cameron had failed to get a grip of public appointments and ensure those who served the Tories in opposition or are sympathetic to their reforms are in key positions.
URL: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2223817/77-quangocrats-Labour-party-supporters-Critics-attack-disgraceful-trend-warn-block-Tory-reforms.html - 337KB - 05 Jul 2014
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- 56. The cradle of conservatism - Telegraph
Ahead of her Radio 4 series on the events that have shaped this country’s dominant political movement, Anne McElvoy argues that Britain’s centre-Right ideas were forged in the mills and factories of the industrial North.The conference season looms and with it, the parties’ pitch to shift the political map of Britain in their favour before the next election. Austerity has sharpened the perception of an incurable North-South divide: Tories fret about their appeal to the North and Midlands and a vanishing footprint in the great northern cities. Ed Miliband’s “One Nation” Labour still fails to ignite enthusiasm in the aspirational Home Counties.Yet one of the compelling aspects of Britain’s political history is how settled wisdoms have been disrupted over time and the political geography of the country transformed as a result. So much so that the map we see today is pretty much the inverse of an older North-South divide, in which the centres driving economic prosperity were Lancashire, Yorkshire and the clanking foundries of Manchester and the mills of Bradford.
URL: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/history/10279605/The-cradle-of-conservatism.html - 72KB - 02 Sep 2013
Excerpt: economic prosperity were lancashire yorkshire and the clanking foundries of...
- 57. jduck1979's Blogspot Blog: JD is seriously pissed with Arvixe's webhosting "service"
Although I host the vast majority of my websites via 1&1 UK, for a variety of technical reasons I also have a few hosted with ARVIXE.Around 2:15am this morning I popped in to see how these ARVIXE hosted sites were doing, only to find they were out of action because the MySQL server was playing silly sods.They now seem to have gradually started working again now (But a bit hiccupy) as I write this, but holy s**t are there some problems I'm finding with them...........
URL: http://jduck1979.blogspot.co.uk/2012/08/jd-is-seriously-pissed-with-arvixes.html - 72KB - 11 Aug 2012
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- 58. With Tory MPs like this who needs to vote Labour? – Telegraph Blogs
Just when I've vowed to lay off writing about the wind industry for a while because I'm so utterly nauseated by its putrescent stench, along comes a story like this:Sacked Energy Minister Charles Hendry has not wasted any time cashing in on his expertise; he has just been announced as the chairman of the wind energy giants Forewind. The consortium comprising of four international companies -Scottish and Southern, RWE, Statoil and Statkraf – was awarded the contract in 2010 to build the huge “Dogger Bank” windfarm 125 kilometres off the Yorkshire coast.Though Hendry has waited for the appropriate cooling off period of three months since leaving government, a look through his declared meetings while a minister leaves an unfortunate taste in the mouth: between June 2010 and October 2011 Hendry hobnobbed six times with the representatives of the companies that make up Forewind, and now he is their boss.
URL: http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/jamesdelingpole/100201922/with-tory-mps-like-this-who-needs-to-vote-labour/ - 57KB - 06 Feb 2013
Excerpt: windfarm 125 kilometres off the yorkshire coast though hendry has waited for...
- 59. Fluoride in water to protect teeth could spark depression, scientists warn | Daily Mail Online
Scientific evidence shows that well-intentioned efforts to make our water healthier - by adding fluoride to prevent tooth decay - may actually be having serious long-term effects on our health.
URL: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2967791/Is-tap-water-poisoning-troubling-question-s-lips-scientists-war-fluoride-water-protect-teeth-spark-depression.html - 324KB - 25 Feb 2015
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- 60. Black Sheep Brewery - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Black Sheep Brewery is a brewery in Masham in the Borough of Harrogate in North Yorkshire, England.
URL: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_Sheep_Brewery - 30KB - 06 Aug 2011
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- 61. Labour Party could be heading for '15 years in the wilderness' if Ed Miliband fails to win general election in 2015
Pressure on Ed Miliband was heightened yesterday when one of his party's senior figures warned that Labour risks 15 years in the political wilderness if it does not win the next election.
URL: http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/david-blunkett-warns-of-15-years-in-the-wilderness-for-labour-9554425.html - 216KB - 22 Jun 2014
Excerpt: on today s action news north yorkshire police tweeted this picture...
- 62. Rotherham Council remove foster children from couple because they support UKIP | Local...
There is a chilling account in the Daily Telegraph of children being removed from foster carers by Rotherham Council. The foster carers were doing an "exemplary" job and the three ethnic minority children were thriving. However the social workers discovered that the couple were supporters of UKIP, and on those grounds the children were removed.The husband and wife have been fostering for nearly seven years, but fear that the council will not place children with them again. The couple "are in their late 50s and live in a neat detached house in a village in South Yorkshire. The husband was a Royal Navy reservist for more than 30 years andworks with disabled people, while his wife is a qualified nursery nurse." They are former Labour voters.
URL: http://conservativehome.blogs.com/localgovernment/2012/11/rotherham-council-remove-foster-children-from-couple-as-they-support-ukip.html - 63KB - 24 Nov 2012
Excerpt: house in a village in south yorkshire the husband was a royal navy...
- 63. Muslim Rape Gangs: the Disturbing Role of Britain's Leading Child Welfare Charity
Among the more nauseating spectacles of the Rotherham child rape scandal has been the squirming evasion and shameless attempts at face-saving by the various authority figures whose job it supposedly was to prevent such horrors happening.One of them is a man named Javed Khan. He is the head of Britain's largest children's charity Barnardo's which now stands accused of having known about the Muslim rape gang problem for well over a decade - but which chose to do next to nothing to confront it.In an ugly interview with Sky News, Khan infuriated viewers - and his normally mild-mannered interviewer Eamonn Holmes - with his mealy-mouthed evasiveness.
URL: http://www.breitbart.com/Breitbart-London/2014/08/29/Muslim-rape-gangs-the-disturbing-role-of-Britain-s-leading-child-welfare-charity - 80KB - 29 Aug 2014
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- 64. Luxury Accomodation and Fine Hotels - Yorkshire In Style
Visit Yorkshires finest accommodation on your break, stay in one of the many luxury hotels across the region to be pampered throughout your stay.
URL: http://www.yorkshire.com/inspire/indulgence/hotels - 86KB - 11 Apr 2010
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