Monthly Archives: August 2011

NHS news review

  Andrew Lansley and the Con-Dems to wash their hands of the NHS.   Conservative election poster 2010 A few recent news articles about the UK’s Conservative and Liberal-Democrat coalition government – the ConDem’s – brutal attack on the National … Continue reading

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NHS news review

Pressure Group 38degrees commissioned legal advice on the Liberal-Democrat – CONservative government’s Destroy the NHS Bill. The legal advice confirms that the Bill will remove the duty on the Health Secretary to be responsible for providing a health service and … Continue reading

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NHS news review

  The Liberal-Denocrat CONservative coalition government is driving GPs away from the NHS.  Conservative election poster 2010 A few recent news articles about the UK’s Conservative and Liberal-Democrat coalition government – the ConDem’s – brutal attack on the National Health … Continue reading

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NHS news review

Apologies that I’ve not done a NHS news review for a few days – I’ve had hardware/networking problems. Lansley has called for health care apps – I wonder if Pepsi, KentuckyFriedMSG and McShit will be contributing any advising on healthy … Continue reading

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NHS news review

Conservative election poster 2010 A few recent news articles about the UK’s Conservative and Liberal-Democrat coalition government – the ConDem’s – brutal attack on the National Health Service. BMA Exposes Government’s Unjustifiable Changes in Healthy Pension Scheme | News Tonight … Continue reading

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Previous blog: Danger of dust explosions on the London Underground

Thursday, December 18, 2008 – Danger of dust explosions on the London Underground This blog was mysteriously deleted in early December 2005. [edit: 2006] Here is a posting from the deleted previous content. [19/8/11 It was actually mysteriously deleted in early … Continue reading

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NHS news review

Conservative election poster 2010 A few recent news articles about the UK’s Conservative and Liberal-Democrat coalition government – the ConDem’s – brutal attack on the National Health Service. Private finance initiatives a costly ‘drug’ to taxpayer, MPs tell chancellor | … Continue reading

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This is the New World Order

We are going to respect people and their rights, we are going to respect the environment and we are going to respect nature. By Order.

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That new world order

Just le them get on with their idea and we’ll get on with ours

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Previous blog: Blair’s government and Metropolitan Police policy dictated by the Jerusalem Post

An article from my previous ‘On a quiet day, I can hear her breathing’ blog which ceased on 31 May 2011. The previous blog was mysteriously deleted in early April 2008. Thursday, December 18, 2008 – Blair’s government and Metropolitan … Continue reading

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Previous blog: Richmal Marie Oates-Whiteheadt

An article from my previous ‘On a quiet day, I can hear her breathing’ blog that ceased on 31 May 2011. Thursday, December 18, 2008 – Richmal Marie Oates-Whitehead � November 9, 2007 – Richmal Marie Oates-Whitehead Richmal Marie Oates-Whitehead … Continue reading

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Previous Blog: Dr. Who?

An article from my previous ‘On a quiet day, I can hear her breathing’ blog that ceased on 31 May 2011. Links are broken. Thursday, December 18, 2008 – Dr. Who? Dr. Richmal Oates-Whitehead. Apparently Dr. Richmal Oates-Whitehead claimed to be … Continue reading

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Previous Blog: Esoteric Knowledge #3 Jean Charles de Menezes

An article from my previous ‘On a quiet day, I can hear her breathing’ blog that ceased on 31 May 2011. Links are broken. The previous blog was mysteriously deleted in early December 2008. [7/1/14 Please note that I now … Continue reading

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NHS news review

Conservative election poster 2010 A recent news article about the UK’s Conservative and Liberal-Democrat coalition government – the ConDem’s – brutal attack on the National Health Service. ‘Wake up’ to risks of NHS reforms before too late, says Lib Dem … Continue reading

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NHS news review

Conservative election poster 2010 An article about big protests in September against the UK’s Conservative and Liberal-Democrat coalition government – the ConDem’s – brutal attack on the National Health Service. Campaigners to step up protests over ‘doomsday’ NHS reforms – … Continue reading

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I name the Blairs

Tony Blair, former UK prime minister aka Anthony Lynton Blair Ian Blair, previously Boss of London Metropolitan Police  

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Edit: Jean Charles de Menzes

I find that I am not able to edit the previous post about the murder of Jean Charles de Menzes. Brizilian is about Brizzle – Bristol. So it’s about the Brazilian (Bristolian) Jean Charles de Menezes. ~ so look for … Continue reading

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Jean Charles de Menezes murder by UK police

There is loads known on this blog about the murder of Jean Charles de Menezes. Coming soon ~ “Houston, We have  a problem”. OK, I’ve promised it many times ~ it’s coming soon.   The point about “Houston, We have … Continue reading

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Houston, We have a Problem!

Well, Houston we have a problem! Ian Blair(!) Brizzlian Jean Charles de Menezes Houston, We have a probram.  

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NHS news review

The Lancet on the failed NHS records IT project. Corporate Watch investigates the Co-operation and Competition Panel (CCP) quango that supports privatisation and the abolition of public sector NHS provision. Waiting times for Accident and Emergency treatment increase. Conservative election … Continue reading

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