1. KeithS (80 comments) says:

    Talking of Ireland’s rejection of the European-not-a-constitution-treaty, this has got to be the quote of the century.
    From the Daily Telegraph

    “It is not truly democratic that less than a million people should decide the fate of half a billion Europeans”, said the leader of the Euro-Greens, Daniel Cohn-Bendit.”

    But presumably it is truly democratic that less than a few score people should decide the fate of half a billion Europeans?

    The sheer arrogance of these people just amazes me!

  2. KeithS (80 comments) says:

    Thought you might like to see this. I don’t for a minute think it will get much exposure in the ‘Global warming’ obsessed media world.

  3. foursgiant (1 comments) says:

    Hylton Redhouse Estate Sunderland
    One housing estate was once covered by two separate wards. The electoral register shows that BOTH wards for this one housing estate have the same identical and similar errors in voters personal registry numbers.electoral register error number patterns continue into the 1960’s and 1970’s and probably into the 1980’s and 1990’s.

  4. General Payne (3 comments) says:

    Lets be honest here.

    The only reason that the entire UK is so arsed about the greedy theiving bastard MP’s is not because of the pissy little amount of dosh that they have syphoned off year on year.

    It is because the fuckwits are useless. Everything they touch they fuck up. The country, the Millenium Dome, Iraq, the Olympics, Wembley Stadium, the cops, prisons, armed forces, social services, hospitals, schools and my fucking life. Everything and anything. They are fucking useless. They just make our lives harder and more complicated with shit laws that cause grief for the honest whilst doing sod all to actually solve the problems.

    They piss billions down the sink hole on their bloody daft computer systems, Identity cards, silly departments for this and that minority groups and logo changes for Government departments they have fucked up in the hope that a new name will make us forget how fucking useless they were. (Soon we will get Social Services changed to Service Sociale’. A name change for squillions of quids so that we will forget how they idly sat by whilst twats murdered Baby Peter. And it also boosts our Euro’ credentials.)

    What about pissing a few quid down the potholes that make up the suspension and tyre busting surface I drive to work on every fucking day ?

    They reward the idle feckless wankers and bleed the fucking life out of the rest of us twats that keep paying in whilst getting fuck all out.

    If life was fair and straight and we got reasonable value for money from these pricks, we wouldnt give two fucks about their fucking bath plugs and hanging plants. This is just the final fucking straw.

    Long live Wonko !

  5. No_limits44 (1 comments) says:

    The syntax of specifiers and heads. ,

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  8. EmpowerLingua (1 comments) says:

    A decent blog. England needs it’s own parliament!

  9. William Gruff (138 comments) says:


    Do you know of any organised campaign to safeguard English interests in the event of a ‘Yes’ vote in the impending Scotch independence referendum?

  10. Lauren Knight (1 comments) says:

    My name is Lauren Knight I am a third year student currently studying at De Montfort University in Leicester. I am studying Journalism and as part of my course this year I must design a publication of my choice. I am hoping to make one focusing on Political foreign affairs and would like to make one of my features based on immigration.

    I was hoping to email you a few questions for someone to answer that I could quote within my piece, I assure you this is only for the eyes of my class and my teacher, but as it is a serious assignment we must conduct it as if it were for a real magazine.

    I would really appreciate it if you would be willing to take the time to do this, all correspondence can be through email.

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  11. Chris Gray (2 comments) says:

    I think the UK legal industry can be made much better. The amount of work done for the huge fees can be addressed:

    1) Legal students complete a degree in a chosen area of the law. The number of graduates will exceed the current number, simply because it will lead to a living wage and the qualification process is far less controlled by people already in the industry.
    2) Work is passed on to them by supervisor, experienced, qualified. They are paid a reasonable wage for the work. The customers get reasonable work and go home thinking they might try this, as a very ordinary profession.
    3) More and more customers opt to pay a reasonable fee rather than an astronomical one.
    4) More graduates apply because they want to earn their way, and feel the industry is more down to earth, more trustworthy and transparent, and with less Latin possibly, or at least only the Latin they need.
    5) The customer gets to spend their money in a more intelligent way.

  12. Chris Gray (2 comments) says:

    I have created a government petition to address the difference between ‘Disciplinary Procedures’ and ‘Grievance Procedures’ in employment contracts.

    The worst I’ve seen is more than a page of offences and then actions the employer might take. Compared with, different levels the same employee might climb to, to have a complaint heard. 21st century? How many times have employers stolen or assaulted, or sexually harassed?

    If a contract is an agreement between parties, why is one so much more important than the other?

    My simple solution offered is that both sections be replaced: “‘Employer’s Grievances’ and ‘Employee’s Grievances’, and the only listing done is to be mutual.

    Will you publish this please so the qualifying number of signatures can be reached, and so this important issue can go from the dark ages to an acceptable age.

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