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- 353. Who are Ukip's new voters? The kind of people who decide elections » The Spectator
An opinion poll to be published next week will reveal that Labour leader Ed Miliband is slightly less popular with the public than the vibrant Islamic State commander ‘Jihadi John’ and the late BBC disc jockey Jimmy Savile, and only two points more popular than His Infernal Majesty, Satan. The same poll will also put Labour slightly ahead of the Tories and therefore on course to be the largest party in a hung parliament come next May, with Ed Miliband as prime minister.
URL: http://www.spectator.co.uk/columnists/rod-liddle/9335821/who-are-ukips-new-voters-the-kind-of-people-who-decide-elections/ - 218KB - 10 Oct 2014
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- 354. University Of Toronto Backs Off On Gender Neutral Bathrooms After Men Record Women Showering With Cellphones
One of the most talked about issues in the country today is the question of whether or not men should be allowed to use women’s restrooms if they “identify” as women.Some states have passed laws saying that men and women should use separate bathrooms and liberals have not taken too kindly to that.We are hearing the usual cries of boycotts and resistance from celebrities and the media has failed to even remotely report the very real concerns that people have with bathroom free-for-alls.One of the biggest concerns people have is the obvious likelihood that men will enter into female restrooms and locker rooms with bad intentions. And that’s exactly what is already happening at the University of Toronto.
URL: http://www.youngcons.com/university-of-toronto-temporarily-backs-off-on-gender-neutral-bathrooms-after-voyeurism-incidents/ - 83KB - 12 Apr 2016
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- 355. Wind farms WILL cause power cuts this winter and rises in electicity bills, warn experts | UK |...
HOUSEHOLDERS are facing soaring energy bills and winter power cuts thanks to the “folly” of relying on wind power, experts said last night.
URL: http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/522800/Wind-farms-blamed-for-winter-power-cut-and-rise-energy-bills - 106KB - 15 Oct 2014
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- 356. It would cost me my job, but here's my blueprint for how Britain can escape the EU | Mail...
What would happen if we left the EU?Michael Gove is the most senior minister so far to suggest that the Prime Minister’s declared policy — to recover powers from the union while remaining a member — can’t succeed without a credible threat of withdrawal.The Education Secretary is absolutely right: there is no chance of our own EU officials seeking the meaningful repatriation of powers, let alone the EU granting it, unless everyone understands that we will otherwise leave.This isn’t something we can bluff about. We have to be prepared to walk away if our minimum terms are not met.So what would happen if we reached that position? What if the EU refused to meet our bottom line?What if we were left with no alternative but to pull out?
URL: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-2218255/It-cost-job-heres-blueprint-Britain-escape-EU.html - 111KB - 16 Oct 2012
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- 357. international: Ten things you should know about America's Tea Party Movement
By Tim Montgomerie We have just ended another week in which America's Tea Party Movement has been winning headlines. The latest cause for spotlight coverage was the decision of primary voters in Delaware to select a very conservative candidate against...
URL: http://conservativehome.blogs.com/international/2010/09/ten-things-you-should-know-about-the-tea-party-movement.html - 69KB - 19 Sep 2010
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- 358. The secret Health Minister: In nurse's tunic, remarkable image of Jeremy Hunt of one of his regular hospital missions
To learn how patients feel, Jeremy Hunt, 46, takes time out from his Cabinet duties each week to investigate individual complaints from patients.
URL: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2371916/The-secret-Health-Minister-In-nurses-tunic-remarkable-image-Jeremy-Hunt-regular-undercover-hospital-missions--revealed-interview-MoS.html - 238KB - 21 Jul 2013
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- 359. Uncovered, the 'toxic' gene hiding in GM crops: Revelation throws new doubt over safety of foods...
A new study by the EU's official food watchdog, the European Food Safety Authority(EFSA), has revealed that the international approval process for GM crops failed to identify a virus gene.
URL: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2266143/Uncovered-toxic-gene-hiding-GM-crops-Revelation-throws-new-doubt-safety-foods.html - 195KB - 22 Jan 2013
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- 360. You Probably Don't Want to Know the Real Reason You Get Red Eyes After Swimming |...
Many people have asMany people have assumed for years that the burning, red eyes that sometimes follow a trip to the swimming pool is caused by chlorine. But the truth is actually much nastier, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control.“Chlorine binds with all the things it’s trying to kill from your bodies, and it forms these chemical irritants. That’s what’s stinging your eyes. It’s the chlorine binding to the urine and the sweat,” Michael J. Beach, the CDC’s leader of the collaborative Healthy Swimming Program, explained.
URL: http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2015/06/24/you-probably-dont-want-to-know-the-real-reason-you-get-red-eyes-after-swimming/ - 115KB - 25 Jun 2015
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- 361. Douglas Carswell: Bad news for the big state - Telegraph
The West’s political and social model is in crisis - but emerging internet technology will make it possible to survive without big government."Until August 1914,” wrote the historian AJP Taylor, an “Englishman could pass through life and hardly notice the existence of the state. [Government] left the adult citizen alone.”How different it is today. From the moment he gets out of bed in the morning, an Englishman’s life is overseen by officialdom.As he switches on a bedside light, the energy comes from a market supervised by the state. As he dresses, he does so in clothes imported according to official trade quotas. Government subsidises the sugar and corn in his cereal bowl.Walking out the front door, there’s a good chance he steps out of a house designed to conform to state specifications. Heading off to work, there is a one-in-five chance he is off to work for government. Out of his income, by far the largest bill he must pay is not the mortgage, nor the cost of food or clothes. Rather it is the bill he must pay for government. For every £100 he earns that day, £46 will end up going to pay for officialdom.
URL: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/comment/personal-view/9559810/Douglas-Carswell-Bad-news-for-the-big-state.html - 71KB - 25 Sep 2012
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- 362. We oppose the EU by more than two to one; Europhiles claim we favour it 'in practice' –...
The Fabian Society has commissioned a survey of British attitudes to the EU. On his blog, the amiable Sunder Katwala summarises the findings as follows: “The British public are sceptical of the EU as an idea, yet rather in favour of having more of it in practice”.
URL: http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/danielhannan/100069784/we-oppose-the-eu-by-more-than-two-to-one-pollster-tries-to-claim-we-favour-it-in-practice/ - 60KB - 30 Dec 2010
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- 363. High earners say au revoir to France - Telegraph
As summer draws near, thoughts of the well-heeled Parisian turn to Le Grand Départ.The annual mass exodus from the French capital sees the city's inhabitants while away the August heat in the countryside.But this week many of the biggest earners across the Channel have been mulling a départ which could be rather more permanent.The toppling of Nicolas Sarkozy by François Hollande, the first socialist president to lead the country in 17 years, has sent ripples of fear through the wealthier arrondissements of Paris.Their new president may block the eurozone austerity advocated by Germany's Angela Merkel, but he is not opposed to his richer citizens feeling the squeeze.Mr Hollande plans to implement a 75pc tax rate on earnings over €1m (£800,000), on top of a 45pc rate for people making €150,000 or more. He is also expected to raise "wealth taxes" on property assets and end his predecessor's tax incentives to lure bankers back home.
URL: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/globalbusiness/9261905/High-earners-say-au-revoir-to-France.html - 88KB - 13 May 2012
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- 364. We need to talk about wind farms… – Telegraph Blogs
“Energy prices may rise by a third,” says our disastrous secretary of state of energy and climate change Chris Huhne. Rubbish. They’re going to rise by a hell of a lot more than that before he is finished. Alternative energy, let us never forget, is just that: an alternative to energy. Wind power and solar power are so risibly inefficient that the only way they can ever be economically viable is with lashings and lashings of taxpayer subsidy.
URL: http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/jamesdelingpole/100048905/we-need-to-talk-about-wind-farms/ - 60KB - 29 Jul 2010
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- 365. Leaving EU could be massive boost for British jobs, says former CBI boss Lord Digby Jones | UK |...
ONE of Britain's most celebrated businessmen today called for an early referendum on the country's membership of the EU, saying an exit could boost competiveness in global markets.
URL: http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/441693/Leaving-EU-could-be-massive-boost-for-British-jobs-says-former-CBI-boss-Lord-Digby-Jones - 73KB - 07 Nov 2013
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- 366. Cameron arrives in Japan on first stop of South East Asian trade mission | Mail Online
-Prime Minster hopes to attract fresh investment in UK car industry-British nuclear experts could play role in Fukushima clean-up-UK delegation to visit Indonesia and Malaysia tomorrow-Cameron to become first western leader to meet Burma's democracy leader Aung San Suu KyiDavid Cameron arrived in Tokyo today on the first step of a major British trade mission to South East Asia.Mr Cameron hopes to attract fresh investment in the UK car industry and encourage Japan to open up its previously closed defence industry to UK firms.He is also pushing British expertise in nuclear decommissioning, as Japan continues its clean-up in the wake of last year’s massive earthquake.Mr Cameron and his Japanese counterpart Yoshihiko Noda, are due to discuss tactics for dealing with the global economic malaise.The visit had been scheduled for last autumn but was postponed amid the eurozone crisis. The Prime Minister confirmed that he will be travelling to Indonesia and Malaysia tomorrow.Representatives from BAE Systems, the Nuclear Industry Association and Rolls-Royce will be among more than 35 senior executives accompanying the Premier on his trip.Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt, Science Minister David Willetts and Chief Scientist Sir John Beddington are also going.Government officials insist that exports to countries where Mr Cameron takes a trade delegation are boosted by a fifth.
URL: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2127597/Cameron-arrives-Japan-stop-South-East-Asian-trade-mission.html - 156KB - 10 Apr 2012
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- 367. America's fiscal fix could help Britain too - Telegraph
Flatter taxes are one of the best ideas for raising US revenues - so let's try them here.It’s possibly unwise to bet on it, but it still seems more likely than not that at some stage over the next month a deal to fix America’s “fiscal cliff” will be struck that hopefully removes a potent source of uncertainty from the global economy. Failure by Republican leaders to push through their own proposals for averting the cliff is certainly a setback, but not necessarily a fatal one.If Congress does nothing, then tax rises and spending cuts equal to around 4 per cent of GDP will automatically kick in, with devastating consequences for the immediate economic outlook – hence the term “fiscal cliff”.
URL: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/economics/9758379/Americas-fiscal-fix-could-help-Britain-too.html - 69KB - 21 Dec 2012
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- 368. Bill Clinton contemplates running for president... of France (provided he improves his language skills first) | Daily Mail
Bill Clinton has revealed he could run for president again, only this time in Ireland or France, although he admitted his poor French would make him 'toast' in an election there.
URL: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2209171/Bill-Clinton-contemplates-running-president--France-provided-improves-language-skills-first.html - 197KB - 27 Sep 2012
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