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- 257. Brighton has become an object lesson in why it is a disaster to vote Green » The Spectator
I have just moved back to Brighton, and I am happy to report that it remains as shambolic as ever. The estate agent said before opening the door to a prospective flat, ‘I’m obliged by law to tell you that the previous tenant was an alcoholic and died here.’ I replied, ‘I am not surprised and that is not a problem.’ No one who knows Brighton expects puritanism.Unfortunately, we have grown to expect dreadful politics. Since 2010, both the MP and the council have gone Green, turning the town into a laboratory for their kooky ideas.
URL: http://www.spectator.co.uk/features/9342592/brighton-has-become-an-object-lesson-in-why-it-is-a-disaster-to-vote-green/ - 236KB - 20 Oct 2014
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- 258. Final bill for Margaret Thatcher's funeral comes to just £1.2m, a fraction of the £10m Labour MPs complained about
Margaret Thatcher's spectacular ceremonial funeral cost the taxpayer just £1.2million, just a fraction of the sum claimed by left-wing opponents.The final bill for the ceremony at St Paul's Cathedral was revealed by ministers today in a rebuff to critics who suggested the costs would top £10million.Officials said that detailed work on the price of security, policing, staff over-time and hiring the Cathedral meant the total was much lower than early estimates suggested.
URL: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2380806/Final-Margaret-Thatchers-funeral-comes-just-1-2m-fraction-10m-Labour-MPs-complained-about.html - 241KB - 29 Jul 2013
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- 259. Stoptober makes me sick | The Spectator
Public Health England’s puritanical campaign is another insidious attack on liberty and free will.Say what you like about the French Revolutionaries but at least they had a poetic imagination. When they wanted a new name for October, they anticipated Keats and named the season of mists and mellow fruitfulness ‘Brumaire’, meaning ‘foggy’. Which is a lot more evocative, I think we can agree, than its current incarnation under the new politically correct Terror: Stoptober.Stoptober. Geddit? That’s ‘-ober’, as in the second half of ‘October’, with the word ‘Stop’ cunningly positioned where the ‘Oct’ would normally be.
URL: http://www.spectator.co.uk/columnists/james-delingpole/9336011/stoptober-makes-me-sick/ - 115KB - 09 Oct 2014
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- 260. Who is Miliband Going to Fire? - Guy Fawkes' blog
Miliband’s policy on anonymous negative briefings could not have been made any clearer when McBride’s book came out in the autumn.Today the Sun quotes a “senior Labour insider” as saying Balls has nine months to save himself from being knifed by Miliband
URL: http://order-order.com/2013/12/18/who-is-miliband-going-to-fire/ - 232KB - 19 Dec 2013
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- 261. Chloe Waddell dies: Teenage Olympic hopeful collapses hours after winning awards at sports...
Chloe Waddell, 16, had gone to a party with friends after receiving a series of trophies at a presentation evening - but was taken ill at home the following morning.
URL: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/othersports/article-2274329/Chloe-Waddell-dies-Teenage-Olympic-hopeful-collapses-hours-winning-awards-sports-ceremony.html - 93KB - 07 Feb 2013
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- 262. I agree with Nick and with Vince!
I thought this government was going to extend our civil liberties. They made a good start, removing the threat of compulsory ID cards, and changing detention without trial. I have no wish for them to increase the surveillance of the state, and hope Mr Clegg wins his battle over the latest database issue.Nor do I think it a good idea to cut the tax relief available for charitable giving. As I wrote on 8th April here, that policy is at variance with the Big Society idea. The Treasury needs to grasp that large donors to charities do not make money themselves out of the gift – they are just being generous. The charity gets the extra advantage from the tax break.I was surprised to hear Vince Cable say he did not want this proposal. Not because I expect Vince to keep to collective responsibility and defend the government, but because I thought the limitation of total tax relief available to the rich was a Lib Dem idea brought into the budget.
URL: http://johnredwoodsdiary.com/2012/04/14/i-agree-with-nick-and-with-vince/ - 212KB - 11 May 2012
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- 263. Send in the Navy! British fishermen call for help after clash with the French over scallops |...
A fleet of about 40 French boats had surrounded around 12 bigger British boats off Normandy in a bid to stop them fishing for scallops.
URL: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2215976/Send-Navy-British-fishermen-help-clash-French-scallops.html - 197KB - 11 Oct 2012
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- 264. Binmen take a battering: They are punched, butted and spat at as residents erupt over recycling...
In the past year, dustmen have been splattered with refuse, punched, spat at, head-butted and even run down as they bear the brunt of enforcing Government attempts to make residents recycle more.
URL: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2217096/Binmen-battering-They-punched-butted-spat-residents-erupt-recycling-rules.html - 193KB - 13 Oct 2012
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- 265. New human rights farce as police are afraid to release crooks' mugshots despite national guidelines
A new secret justice row broke out last night after The Mail on Sunday discovered that hundreds of thousands of convicted criminals are having their identities protected by police.More than half of forces in England and Wales refuse to publish mugshots of offenders unless they have been jailed – in defiance of national guidelines.Some insist on sentences of more than three years before they release a custody photo to the press, citing concerns about data protection and the criminals’ human rights.
URL: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2362640/New-human-rights-farce-police-afraid-release-crooks-mugshots-despite-national-guidelines.html - 224KB - 14 Jul 2013
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- 266. Cameron was a girly swot at university, says Boris: London Mayor dismisses PM because he got a...
Quizzed about Mr Cameron and his brother Jo Johnson - now head of Mr Cameron’s policy board - both of whom got firsts in Philosophy, Politics and Economics, the Mayor pointed out that he won a scholarship and they did not.
URL: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2339961/Cameron-girly-swot-university-says-Boris-London-Mayor-dismisses-PM-got-Oxford.html - 221KB - 21 Jun 2013
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- 267. The town that's had enough: We visit the town with the country's biggest influx of East...
In the first of an occasional series, ROBERT HARDMAN visits Boston, Linconshire. We found tolerant Britons furious with politicians, and hard-working immigrants terrified they'll lose their jobs to Bulgarians and Romanians.
URL: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2272195/The-town-thats-We-visit-town-countrys-biggest-influx-East-Europeans.html - 245KB - 02 Feb 2013
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- 268. The government's balance sheet
Prior to the election I set out items I thought were missing from the government’s balance sheet that ought to be there. I estimated the bank liabilities from banks with government shareholdings, PFIand PPP liabilities which are another kind of borrowing, and unfunded public sector pensions. I said that an incoming Conservative government should and probably would set out these items for us all to see.So it proved with the Coalition government. They have published figures showing much larger state liabilities.
URL: http://johnredwoodsdiary.com/2012/06/28/the-governments-balance-sheet/ - 92KB - 08 Aug 2012
Excerpt: in that sense it is just like the nhs or the education service we pay...
- 269. It is time to derail the PFI gravy train - Telegraph
We need an entirely new approach to using private sector finances, says Jesse Norman MP.When the Private Finance Initiative was developed, it was sold as offering the best of all worlds. Rather than having to spend billions upfront on new schools and hospitals, we would get private companies to build them for us; the result would be gorgeous, state-of-the-art facilities, funded over many years via a series of easy payments.It is now apparent, however, that the country was sold a pup. A slew of revelations about the PFI’s eye-popping cost have emerged, ranging from the £900 that Alistair Darling had to pay for the Treasury’s Christmas tree to a £660 million overspend on widening the M25.Yesterday , a report from the House of Commons Public Accounts Committee painted an even more damning picture of the PFI and its management by the last government. It shows that when considering new hospitals or housing, the Department of Health and the Department for Communities and Local Government were given no alternative to the PFI, regardless of the value for money. Central government failed to take advantage of its size and influence, by bundling deals together to get better value for the taxpayer, or even to gather decent data to help manage the costs.While the PFI has been around since the early 1990s, the problem really started with Gordon Brown’s overriding desire to improve Britain’s infrastructure without having to own up to the cost. This meant keeping the debt off the balance sheet, building up a gigantic – but invisible – burden on the country’s finances. The total owed is now some £210 billion, or more than £3,000 for every person in Britain. That’s on top of our national debt, which has just passed £1 trillion.
URL: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/politics/8267472/It-is-time-to-derail-the-PFI-gravy-train.html - 88KB - 15 Mar 2012
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- 270. British Gas staff 'paid bonuses tripling their £25,000 salaries if they inflate customers' bills by 60% by targetting charities and small businesses...
A whistleblower said he 'felt disgusted' by the policy, which encouraged staff to target charities and small businesses and sell them the most expensive deals possible.
URL: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2608064/British-Gas-staff-paid-bonuses-tripling-25-000-salaries-inflate-customers-bills-60-targeting-charities-small-businesses.html - 314KB - 19 Apr 2014
Excerpt: mattu said i can only hope that the nhs learns from my case and starts to...
- 271. George Osborne Autumn Statement: Heresy, perhaps, but taxes MUST be cut | Mail Online
SIMON HEFFER: George Osborne has avoided cutting taxes because he fears it would send out the wrong message politically. The alternative, however, is ruin.Things are so bad for a number of reasons. First, a toxic combination of excessive state and private borrowing (fuelled by cheap credit) and badly-regulated banks brought the crash of 2008.Second, the reckless spending policies of the last government piled up an unsustainable mountain of debt which this government, to its credit, has tried to bring under control.
URL: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-2067857/George-Osborne-Autumn-Statement-Heresy-taxes-MUST-cut.html - 96KB - 30 Nov 2011
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- 272. NHS hospital 'usual equal opportunities rubbish' job advert sparks investigation - Telegraph
A hospital advertisement for a senior doctor was published on an NHS website with a reference to "the usual rubbish about equal opportunities".
URL: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/health/healthnews/8742354/NHS-hospital-usual-equal-opportunities-rubbish-job-advert-sparks-investigation.html - 86KB - 06 Sep 2011
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