Friday, July 20, 2007


UK Criminal Justice System R.I.P.? - No charges in honours inquiry

The Director of Public Prosecutions, Sir Ken Macdonald, is a former legal colleague of Cherie Blair and was knighted in the New Year's Honours.

Assistant Commissioner John Yates led the honours inquiry. He also led the investigation into Princess Diana's former butler, Paul Burrell, which collapsed in court.

"Although the parliamentary inquiry revealed that David Lloyd George, Herbert Samuel, and Sir Rufus Isaacs had profited directly from the policies of the government, it was decided the men had not been guilty of corruption."- aangirfan: Rufus Isaacs, 1st Marquess of Reading, the Marconi ...

Blair forced Goldsmith to drop BAE charges

"Offer of Lords seat to rebel Welsh MP authorised by Blair"

Sleazy Labour's £2m raid on council tax funds

Jowell finances furore heats up

UK Conservatives: R.I.P. - Double byelection win for Brown

Al-Qaida's man in Iraq unveiled as fictional character

Africa's drugs gateway to Europe

"A former British Army mole in the IRA has claimed that MI5 arranged a weapons-buying trip to America in which he obtained detonators, later used by terrorists to murder soldiers and police officers." - MI5 'helped IRA buy bomb parts in US' - Times Online

U.S. threatens action in Pakistan

When terrorist attacks and wargames coincide

John Pilger ~ War By Other Means [1/3]

One million assaults in first year of Labour's 24-hour licensing


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