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- 209. Towns handed £100,000 to save their ailing High Streets in Mary Portas rescue scheme 'have squandered cash on Peppa Pig Costumes` | Daily Mail
The 12 towns awarded a total of £1.2m to help kickstart the regeneration of British High Streets, following a report by Mary Portas (pictured), have spent just 12 per cent of the funding.
URL: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2278559/Towns-handed-100-000-save-ailing-High-Streets-Mary-Portas-rescue-scheme-squandered-cash-Peppa-Pig-costumes.html - 220KB - 14 Feb 2013
Excerpt: as a teen with big teeth and nhs specs janet street porter only got...
- 210. Press Release: Nanny has gone mad « Adam Smith Institute
Commenting on Andy Burnham’s upcoming speech on Labour’s new approach to public health, Communications Manager at the Adam Smith Institute, Kate Andrews, said:Labour’s proposed restrictions on alcohol, sugar and tobacco are deeply illiberal and may even be counterproductive. Labour is not even in government and already it is drunk on power.
URL: http://www.adamsmith.org/news/press-release-nanny-has-gone-mad/ - 38KB - 17 Jan 2015
Excerpt: health 8217 if strains on the nhs have driven these restrictions it...
- 211. Low rates may spark reckless borrowing, admits Carney: Bank chief says he is 'fully aware' of the risks
The Bank of England Governor said: 'An environment of relatively low and predictable interest rates could encourage excessive risk taking'.
URL: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2583928/Low-rates-spark-reckless-borrowing-admits-Carney-Bank-chief-says-fully-aware-risks-policy.html - 327KB - 19 Mar 2014
Excerpt: 12 00 lower body amputations on the nhs last year a stubbornly high figure...
- 212. Derivative losses at Network Rail – could we spend on the railway instead?
We all know Network Rail needs loads of subsidy to run a railway. What has gone unremarked is how good they are at losing money on buying and holding financial derivatives. In the year to March 2011 Network Rail reported a loss of £251 million on these instruments by marking them to market, and in the year to March 2012 another £93 million. At their last annual balance sheet date they showed total liabilities of £1.2 billion in derivatives, as if they are running their own investment bank.
URL: http://johnredwoodsdiary.com/2012/07/17/derivative-losses-at-network-rail-could-we-save-that-money-and-spend-it-on-the-railway/ - 247KB - 20 Jul 2012
Excerpt: it is rather better than the nhs with its results 8211 despite the...
- 213. Wind farms: Ceausescu would have loved 'em – Telegraph Blogs
Wind farms are like one of those frustratingly unripened boils: you know that you shouldn't keep squeezing but they're so noxious and irritating and hideous that you just can't resist. If you've got the same problem, then I heartily recommend you read this brilliant essay on the subject by Russell Taylor.I love his dismissal of people who claim to find wind turbines beautiful: "….a sentiment I find as credible as a Soviet peasant admiring the Tiger tank that had just squashed his grandmother."But what really grabbed me was his analysis at the end of wind turbines' totemic significance to the left. I've touched on this before myself. It's why I christened them "eco-crucifixes", because they're not really about viable energy or even saving the planet but rather, like…
URL: http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/jamesdelingpole/100222585/wind-farms-ceausescu-would-have-loved-em/ - 59KB - 21 Jun 2013
Excerpt: posts permanent link to if the nhs is the envy of the world the world...
- 214. 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
Excerpt: unveils the party s policy on the nhs as the first policy speech of the...
- 215. One step closer to the exit: Cameron goes to war on £1.7 BILLION bill as he hints Britain will vote to leave EU... but why was he kept in the dark about shock demand?
Brussels’ shock demand for £1.7billion more from Britain has pushed us closer to leaving the EU, a furious David Cameron admitted yesterday.The Prime Minister insisted the payment – which works out at £56 for every taxpayer – was ‘not going to happen’.And asked if the demand makes it more likely that the UK will vote to leave in his promised 2017 referendum, he said it ‘certainly doesn’t help’.
URL: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2807095/After-1-7bn-EU-bill-PM-hints-one-step-nearer-EU-exit.html - 377KB - 25 Oct 2014
Excerpt: s devastating expose of the welsh nhs we asked our readers for their...
- 216. Lewis Hamilton returns to Top Gear test track in an attempt to better his time | Mail Online
He’s a Formula One ace who has graced the Top Gear test track once before.
URL: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-2278841/Lewis-Hamilton-returns-Top-Gear-test-track-attempt-better-time.html - 208KB - 15 Feb 2013
Excerpt: man moves into a 100 year old grave nhs whistleblower victimised for...
- 217. Why does Londons economy perform so much better than the rest of the UK?
When I wrote the Economic Policy Review with colleagues before the last election, one of the most striking findings we highlighted was the persistent outperformance of the London economy compared to the rest of the UK. Indeed, we discovered that the further from London you went the slower the growth. We also reported that the regional economies in the UK that received the largest subsidies and the most government assistance and intervention performed the worst.Some of you are ready to leap to your keyboards to say that you should not claim cause and effect when of course government spends more and intervenes more in parts of the country with poor prospects. Let me spare you the anger. Part of the reason the poorer parts of the country receive more government help is that they are poor to start with. That’s why governments of all persuasions send them more money. They are locked into a single currency with London, so they need transfer payments to survive.
URL: http://johnredwoodsdiary.com/2012/04/29/why-does-londons-economy-perform-so-much-better-than-the-rest-of-the-uk/ - 252KB - 11 May 2012
Excerpt: not it 8217 s interesting in the nhs scheme proposed managers will be...
- 218. Tax breaks to kickstart the fracking revolution: Bid to make Britain world leader in new dash...
George Osborne is today expected to tell Parliament he is creating a shale gas allowance, based on successful oil production tax breaks. The new tax regime aims to create investment in shale gas of £14billion a year.
URL: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2369786/Tax-breaks-kickstart-fracking-revolution-Bid-make-Britain-world-leader-new-dash-gas.html - 221KB - 19 Jul 2013
Excerpt: accused of turning her back on the nhs backlash grows over sugar s botox...
- 219. Jailing Britain's most notorious murderers forever breaches THEIR human rights, European court...
Justice Secretary Chris Grayling tears into Strasbourg ruling in favour of Jeremy Bamber (pictured) - who murdered his family in 1986 - and two other killers who claim that spending the rest of their lives behind bars is against their human rights.
URL: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2358669/Jailing-Britains-notorious-murderers-forever-breaches-THEIR-human-rights-European-court-rules.html - 239KB - 09 Jul 2013
Excerpt: josie cunningham i regret my 5 000 nhs boob job now i want them reduced...
- 220. Chris Parry: 'How I fired the first shots of the Falklands War and crippled an Argentine...
A diary, written on scraps of paper and in an old exercise book, gives a raw account of what happened during the Falklands Crisis.
URL: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2099755/Chris-Parry-How-I-fired-shots-Falklands-War-crippled-Argentine-submarine.html - 154KB - 12 Feb 2012
Excerpt: houston at 48 we shed blood on our nhs reforms table thumping cameron...
- 221. Mother-of-three watches in horror as her American Bulldog is stabbed 23 times by irate pet owner...
Mother of three Daisy Jenkins, of Hampstead, north London, (pictured) cradled her dying American Bulldog following the daylight attack.Mr Stearman said he knifed the dog because he was only trying to stop it killing his own terrier Monty. Mr Stearman said: 'The dog’s a lunatic. I’d just stepped out my house and the dog went for him. It wasn’t on a lead. It locked its jaw on to Monty’s head. He’s only little and he’s a donut around other dogs.'It was like a lion on top of a gazelle. I was screaming for help and the owner was nowhere to be seen.'When she did finally turn up five minutes later all she did was stroke her dog. I was kicking and punching it but it wouldn’t budge so I went into the kitchen and got three knives.'I’m not proud of what I’ve done but what was I supposed to do, stand there and let it kill my dog?'Mr Stearman said the bulldog tried to attack his dog three months earlier.He said: 'I literally had to pick Monty up and throw him over the fence because this dog was going to go for him. He’s attacked loads of dogs on this estate and he’s even gone for a kid outside the Budgens up the road.'I’m just glad it happened to me because it was only a matter of time before it killed a kid.'
URL: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2216806/Mother-watches-horror-American-Bulldog-stabbed-23-times-irate-pet-owner-fight-dog.html - 205KB - 13 Oct 2012
Excerpt: open door for health tourism nhs bosses say doctors must axed actor...
- 222. All you need is truth
When I last gave a lecture on leadership I chose to highlight Elizabeth I, Nelson, and Terry Leahy of Tesco. My audience was ready for praise of Elizabeth’s skill in standing up to Spain, the international bully of the day. They grasped the brilliance of Nelson’s band of brothers in delivering the greatest sea victory of the modern era at Trafalgar. They were more surprised by my choice of a grocer.Terry Leahy led a quiet revolution as Marketing Director, then CEO at Tesco. In the mid 1990s, when he first gained some power, Tesco was lagging behind the giants of the British High Street, Sainsburys and M and S. By 2011 when he left Tesco, the Group had grown to six times the size of both its leading rivals. It became the world’s third largest retailer, with access to more than half the world’s population through outlets in 14 main countries. It did this mainly by organic growth, building and fitting out stores and buying the right ranges of product.
URL: http://johnredwoodsdiary.com/2012/07/20/all-you-need-is-truth/ - 101KB - 20 Jul 2012
Excerpt: bodies e g one failure from the nhs and no more services should be...
- 223. Dog owner escapes prosecution after girl, four, is savaged by Rottweiler because attack happened on Private Land | Daily Mail
Megan Fortune (pictured) had to have 12 stitches and was left traumatised after the brutal attack in which a dog mauled her face in Felixstowe, Suffolk.
URL: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2195638/Dog-owner-escapes-prosecution-girl-savaged-Rottweiler-attack-happened-private-land.html - 195KB - 30 Aug 2012
Excerpt: care is believed to be costing the nhs around 200 million per year a...
- 224. EXCLUSIVE: Labour Press Officer Speaks out About Defection to UKIP
A little while ago, I took a giant step forward and joined UKIP: the ‘people’s army’. Was I right?There are now around forty thousand of us members. But my own journey was a little different. For a small part of my professional career, a decade ago, I’d served as a Labour Party Press Officer working closely on a daily routine with Cabinet ministers and ambitious special advisers, including Ed Balls and Ed and David Miliband.I led the media operation across key Labour marginals in the East of England – Thurrock, Basildon, Harlow, Waveney and Great Yarmouth: places now deserting Labour for UKIP - during the build-up to Tony Blair’s historic Third Term victory.
URL: http://www.breitbart.com/Breitbart-London/2014/08/06/Labour-Press-Officer-on-UKIP-Defection - 59KB - 06 Aug 2014
Excerpt: for cancer and intensive care the nhs is now being asked to fork out an...
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