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- 321. Cocking a snook: Boris Johnson heckled by protestor thumbing his nose but gives as good as he...
This is the hilarious moment Boris Johnson gave as good as he got when a heckler cocked a snook at him.When faced with the gesture, more commonly found in school playgrounds, London Mayor quickly raised a thumb to his own nose and told protestors to ‘bog off’.He also faced cries of ‘Tory scum’ and ‘pleb’ as he went on a walkabout on dockyard but responded with a cry of 'lefty tossers!'.Trailled by hecklers calling him 'Tory scum' Mr Johnson eventually turned and bellowed his own insult back at them.Mr Johnson was in the city to offer his support to the Tory party’s candidate for police commissioner in next month’s elections.
URL: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2225813/Cocking-snook-Boris-Johnson-heckled-protestor-thumbing-nose-gives-good-got.html - 207KB - 31 Oct 2012
Excerpt: has called for an end to onshore wind farms minister signals end of the...
- 322. Man high on drugs dies after attempting acrobatics on top of power electricity pylon | Mail...
The man, named only as Miguel, swung onto a high-voltage cable causing a massive explosion before plummeting to the ground in Santiago, Chile.
URL: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2259679/Man-high-drugs-dies-attempting-acrobatics-power-electricity-pylon.html - 219KB - 10 Jan 2013
Excerpt: as her huge cape is caught by the wind on trip to paris with kanye west...
- 323. LFTRs to Power the Planet: Intermittent Electricity From UK Solar PV Costs 3.78X More Than Nuclear
There isn't a decent sized solar farm in the UK where the information is available on both cost and electricity generated.242 Solar Parks would cover 605 square kilometres.
URL: http://lftrsuk.blogspot.de/2017/02/intermittent-electricity-from-uk-solar.html - 97KB - 11 Feb 2017
Excerpt: about the uk s biggest onshore wind farm criminal levels of...
- 324. What can I do when my Sky Digibox says 'No Signal' or 'Technical fault'? | ukfree.tv - 10 years...
What can I do when my Sky Digibox says 'No Signal' or 'Technical fault'?
URL: http://www.ukfree.tv/helpme.php?faqid=1107051203 - 85KB - 16 Jul 2012
Excerpt: fraction out of line by recent high wind and with no one no matter how...
- 325. Forget global warming, worry about the Earth's MAGNETOSPHERE | Mail Online
EXCLUSIVE: Scientists estimate that the magnetic field has weakened by 15 per cent over the last 200 years, exposing humans to higher levels of radiation.
URL: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2545465/Forget-global-warming-worry-MAGNETOSPHERE-Earths-magnetic-field-collapsing-affect-climate-wipe-power-grids.html - 289KB - 27 Jan 2014
Excerpt: that charged particles of the solar wind are unable to cross the magnetic...
- 326. Britain gives millions in 'climate aid' to tackle flatulent Colombian cows... plus £31m to...
A £15million grant to ranchers and other organisations in the South American country is part of a £2.9billion package of climate aid to developing countries which critics have called ludicrous.
URL: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2245300/Britain-gives-millions-climate-aid-tackle-flatulent-Colombian-cows--plus-31m-Turkish-wind-farms-funding-talks-Kenyan-rain-makers.html - 227KB - 09 Dec 2012
Excerpt: colombian cows plus 31m to turkish wind farms and funding for talks with...
- 327. Lunacy of the town that turned green: A ban on bacon butties. Traffic-calming sheep. Transgender toilets...
A rising tide of splits, stunts, U-turns, gaffes and divisive industrial disputes has alienated voters and angered businesses here in a city better known for its bohemian tolerance, while outlandish proposals for a ban on bacon butties and plans to use sheep for traffic calming have earned only derision.The serious side of politics has suffered, too – a demonstration of the dangers that await when protest parties win power. A doomed attempt to impose the biggest council tax rise in the country ended with humiliating warnings that Whitehall could be forced to take over the Town Hall.Welcome to the Green Republic of Brighton and Hove.
URL: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2613905/Lunacy-town-turned-green-A-ban-bacon-butties-Traffic-calming-sheep-Transgender-toilets-Sounds-like-send-In-fact-real-story-Britains-loopiest-party-took-Brighton.html - 294KB - 27 Apr 2014
Excerpt: the party s inexperience in power has left them struggling by ian...
- 328. Alex Salmond says Scotland is a nation of DRUNKS | Mail Online
Scotland is a ‘nation of drunks’ that must end its shameful relationship with alcohol, claims Alex Salmond.The First Minister’s outspoken attack came as his flagship policy to hike the cost of booze was hit yesterday by a legal delay of around two years.European judges will now rule on SNP plans for a 50p-per-unit ‘minimum price’ in a move seen as a victory for the drinks industry and responsible drinkers.
URL: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2617597/Scotland-nation-DRUNKS-says-Alex-Salmond-accused-unforgivable-slur-against-country.html - 316KB - 01 May 2014
Excerpt: get in his way on his path to power so it perhaps no surprise that alex...
- 329. Parts of Britain are now poorer than POLAND | Mail Online
EXCLUSIVE: Workers in Britain's poorest areas get by on around £14,300 a year - less than those in Eastern European countries including Hungary and Lithuania
URL: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2617938/Revealed-How-parts-Britain-poorer-POLAND-families-Wales-Cornwall-Europes-worst-off.html - 304KB - 05 May 2014
Excerpt: using a measure known as purchasing power standards this aims to measure gdp...
- 330. Failed, failed, failed: Blair said his priorities were education, education, education. But Labour's billions did nothing to raise standards, says report | Daily Mail
Billions of pounds poured into education under Labour resulted in ‘no improvements’ in standards, a major report revealed yesterday.Despite Tony Blair declaring his priorities as ‘education, education, education’ when he swept to power in 1997, a huge increase in spending on schools led to ‘no improvement in student learning outcomes’, the report found.In fact, the UK’s teenagers have slipped down world league tables in crucial subjects while the country’s schools have become among the most socially segregated across the world.
URL: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2201885/Failed-failed-failed-Blair-said-priorities-education-education-education-But-Labour-billions-did-raise-standards-says-report.html - 184KB - 12 Sep 2012
Excerpt: s blew peter the moment a gust of wind lifts the skirt of presenter helen...
- 331. Renewables will add Â£880 a year to bills - Telegraph
Trying to meet our EU renewable energy target would cost more than we currently spend on our entire electricity production, says Christopher Booker.Is there any subject on which more nonsense is talked and written than the mindblowing proposals being bandied about by the Government for meeting our EU target of generating, within 10 years, 30 per cent of our electricity from renewable sources? (That is roughly six times the current total, meaning that we have by far the most challenging target of any country in Europe.)For instance, the industry regulator, Ofgem, recently announced that by 2020 we will need to have spent £40 billion on connecting up our new renewable energy sources to the national grid – £4 billion a year. Alistair Buchanan, the head of Ofgem, blithely claimed, on the BBC Today programme and elsewhere, that this would only add £6 a year to the average electricity bill of Britain’s 25 million households. Yet ten seconds with a calculator shows that the cost per household of that £4 billion a year works out to £160.
URL: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/comment/columnists/christopherbooker/8068402/Renewables-will-add-880-a-year-to-bills.html - 90KB - 22 Feb 2012
Excerpt: production says christopher booker wind farm blowing in the wind there isna...
- 332. Nigel Lawson says the Coalition's absurd energy policy is damaging industry and adding hundreds...
The Coalition's obsession with climate change is damaging Britain's recovery from recession, former Tory chancellor Nigel Lawson warns today.
URL: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2002333/Nigel-Lawson-says-Coalitions-absurd-energy-policy-damaging-industry-adding-hundreds-pounds-familys-fuel-bills.html - 127KB - 11 Jun 2011
Excerpt: today saying plastering britain wind farms push up bills families...
- 333. Rare catch may have huge implications - Business - Whitby Gazette
A PAIR of fish, caught recently off Sandsend, may signal the return of shoals of herring to the North Sea.For years Whitby’s fishing industry was built around herring and the harbour was lined with cobles as skippers sought to cash in on this bounty.Tuna also came to the area to feed on the herring, but with the advance of technology following the Second Wold War, the North Sea herring population was decimated, and so the tuna disappeared too.The last tuna caught off Whitby was around 60 years ago, until Martin Hopper, skipper of the coble Courage WY 151, discovered two Atlantic bonito in his nets while fishing for salmon and sea trout on Friday 22 June.
URL: http://www.whitbygazette.co.uk/news/business/rare-catch-may-have-huge-implications-1-4703767 - 108KB - 09 Jul 2012
Excerpt: light rain temperature 10 c to 13 c wind speed 16 mph wind direction north...
- 334. The riches of London | John Redwood's Diary
Many of you have pointed out in your responses to yesterday’s blog that London has always been richer than the rest of the country. There have always been rich people who want to congregate near to the royal court or to the seat of government, rich people who want to enjoy the culture and society of a large city, people who come to London as it is by far the best known city in the country. There used to be many Englishmen who did well out of royal favour by being at court.London has always been more than the capital, drawing benefit from that. After all, Washington and Brazilia are governing centres, but they play poor second fiddles to New York and Rio. London has managed to be a large commercial and business centre, as well as a capital city. It used to have a great deal of industry. As a contributor has reminded us, 1930s London saw flourishing light industry in iconic buildings along the great arterial roads into the centre. It was the UK’s number one port, with plenty of wharves and port related industry and distribution. It lost its lead to better located places with deeper water like Felixstowe and Dover. Industry declined or migrated.
URL: http://johnredwoodsdiary.com/2012/04/30/the-riches-of-london/ - 157KB - 11 May 2012
Excerpt: and its fine golf courses and wind mill we need each region to set its...
- 335. From popular capitalism to unpopular banks
Evidence abounds that free enterprise societies are more prosperous and people in them enjoy more freedom than state planned economies. Capitalism should be popular. It brings us jobs, new technologies, great entertainment, good shops.Today the mood is sour. Good political speeches these days have to include a denunciation of “banking culture” and a demand for more regulation with stronger criminal sanctions. The latest revelations from Barclays do not make good reading, and are likely to be followed by similar bad news from some other leading banks.
URL: http://johnredwoodsdiary.com/2012/07/03/from-popular-capitalism-to-unpopular-banks/ - 281KB - 17 Jul 2012
Excerpt: prevent just such accumulations of power that is why i opposed the...
- 336. Greg Clark MP: The power to prosper. Strengthening our cities. Comment
Hon Greg Clark MP is Minister for Decentralisation and Cities. Follow Greg on Twitter.Today’s Cities Outlook report provides a timely reminder that the battle for Britain’s economic future must be won in our cities.London today – in its energy, beauty, diversity, and as a cradle of opportunity and excellence – is one of the most admired cities the world has ever known.Many of our great cities outside London have been household names all over the world. After decades of decline in the second half of the last century, the last 25 years have seen a real sense of renaissance – city centres reversing the flight of population, and creating more jobs.
URL: http://conservativehome.blogs.com/platform/2012/01/the-power-to-prosper-strengthening-our-cities-by-gregclarkmp.html - 214KB - 25 Jan 2012
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