Sunday, July 15, 2007


"The Lockerbie bomber has not been excluded from a possible deal on prisoner transfers between the UK and Libya, according to Jack Straw. The UK justice secretary said the fate of Abdelbaset Ali Mohmed al-Megrahi was a 'matter for discussion' with the Scottish Executive." - Bomber's fate 'up for discussion'

There's Something About W

9/11 Flight 93 Rare Footage

Greenham Nukes 'Posed Threat To 10 Million'

nuclear risk for millions uncovered

CIA using Dawood Ibrahim to destabilise India? "It is also believed that Pakistan's ISI is using Dawood Ibrahim's network across Thailand, Nepal, Bangladesh, Dubai and India for financing terrorist activities and destabilising the Indian economy through the circulation of fake Indian currency notes." - Fake notes in circulation

UK HOUSE PRICES: "Brown's triumphant headline numbers imply house building will grow at 3.7 % per annum over the coming years. That's actually lower than the current rate of growth. And I predict house-building will indeed slow over the foreseeable future. The reason is basic politics. The rate at which houses are built is closely connected to the granting of planning permission. Brown claims such permission will now be granted faster. Really? Labour and the Tories are now locked in a battle for the centre ground of British politics. So is the Prime Minister really going to risk annoying all those 'swing voters' in the semi-rural, edge-of-town seats which, while ripe for property development, will in fact decide the next general election? I think not. And that's the main reason why the growth of house prices, while slowing down, will stay quite firm. There'll be no crash - just more spin from Brown, and more misery for first-time buyers." - If only spin alone could build a house

"The disposable income of the average family that shops in Asda will have almost halved between April and September this year, according to secret calculations by the Wal-Mart-owned retailer." - Less to spend at Asda


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