Friday, April 20, 2007

Blair's New Labour Britain; Robin Cook and MI5

"The recent Prescott affair had alerted me to the strange possibility that undercover MI5 officers or agents might have been working as diary secretaries for some senior Labour Party politicians."

"Who were the so-far unidentified group of walkers (or hunters ?) who, we were told, came to Gaynor Cook's aid? If it's not an obvious question, what were they doing on Ben Stack?" Are there people who would like to see Gordon Brown dead ?

"The phenomenon of Neets (young people "not in education, employment or training") is on the rise. More than 1.2 million 16- to 24-year-olds in England, Scotland and Wales - almost a fifth of the age group - are spending their time doing literally nothing, according to a study published last week." Meet the Neets

"England has one of the lowest number of physicians per head of population of all the member countries of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) - the ratio of doctors to patients in England in 1994 was only 59 per cent of the OECD average (1.6/1000 as opposed to 2.7/1000)." Science Blog -- Ratio of doctors to patients is good predictor of ...

Blair's Britain




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