More votes there than he polled in his own constituency.No wonder he tried to make a hasty exit from the floor this morninghttp://is.gd/vmQG
When will this mean a vote of 'No Confidence'? What does it take for Labour Backmunchers to rebel?
He is number one and also a number two!
Quick! Someone tell AlJaBeeba. It might be the leading story on the six o'clock news.
AljaBeeba :p Love it
Anyone seen Dolly?The Penguin
Don't forget the numbers 'signing' the supportive petition rise & fall like Labour's constituancy postal votes.Last night Iain Dale counted 60; at 4:30 today it's down to 9!!http://petitions.number10.gov.uk/support-the-PM/
Sorry completely OT but a thought of interest just occurred to me: Could all those pain-in-the-arse X-ray security scanners at airports be responsible for creating mutant virus and microbe strains? Is it really air-recirculation in planes that cause the colds and flus often caught after flying, or is it because freshly mutated microbes of doom lurk in the irradiated hand luggage? If I am correct, then all those "security measures" actually cause more direct harm than what they were allegedly installed to prevent!
BNP haters watch this short video, then give us your verdict! Demographics is politics -http://isupporttheresistance.blogspot.com/2009/04/why-did-youtube-remove-this-video.html
Yay! No.1. A few more sigs needed for 1 Million though. Get signing people!
Over 30000 now Gordon has to go now!!!
well well well, who is the daddyPregnant GMTV presenter Kate Garraway looked to be feeling the strain today as she was spotted out in London.The 41-year-old’s unkempt hair and washed-out complexion was a million miles away from her usual groomed appearance.http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-1175089/Are-early-mornings-GMTV-taking-toll-heavily-pregnant-Kate-Garraway.html
Hurray. Pity is 30,000 and not 30,000,000 though.
penguin, dolly is hiding out in gordoom's nappy.
http://www.time.com/time/health/article/0,8599,1893946,00.htmlLibertarian drug laws in Portugal working?
Sir Anonymous, Esq said... http://www.time.com/time/health/article/0,8599,1893946,00.htmlLibertarian drug laws in Portugal working?29 April 2009 21:41Sweden seems to have contrary evidence - On a more general level, zero tolerance-advocates holds the aim at ridding the society of all illicit drug use and that criminal justice has a important roll in that endeavor. The Swedish parliament for example set the vision a drug-free society as the official goal for the drug policy in 1978. This vision where to prompt new practices inspired by Nils Bejerot, practices later labeled as Zero tolerance. In 1980 the Swedish attorney general finally dropped the practice of giving waivers for possession of drugs for personal use after years of lowering the thresholds. The same year police began to prioritize drug users and street-level drug crimes over drug distributors. In 1988 all non medicinally prescribed usage became illegal and in 1993 the enforcement of personal use were eased by permitting the police to take blood or urine samples from suspects. This unrelenting approach towards drug users, together with generous treatment opportunities have won UNODC's approval and is cited by the UN as one the main reason for Sweden's relatively low drug prevalence rates. However, that interpretation of the statistics and the more general success of Sweden's drug policies are highly questioned.
Just went on to the DM site & added the comment that the fact that BACP (British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy) are considering whether or not to throw her husband out for failing to meet their ethical standards must be a worry for Kate G. Will it be printed however?
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