Tag Archives: london underground

New tack

Some of you – a select few – will be aware that I have very recently made some good progress researching the events of London during the early reign of the Blairs – Tonee and Ian that is. I’m making … Continue reading

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Voting Lib-Dem and police issues

The Liberal-Democrats are engaging in allsorts of illiberal and anti-democratic gymnastics to avoid a vote on abolishing the NHS. I’m sorry to admit that I actually voted(1) Liberal-Democrat at the last general election. I could never vote Tory and I … 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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Take a look at these

The previous On a quiet day, I can hear her breathing blog is due for deletion on 31st May. Mirror before then if you’re interested. Here are some articles from December 2008 which were reposted after the blog was mysteriously … Continue reading

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