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Saturday 17 April 2010

More drones required.

And I thought we had enough spongers as it was.

The Campaign against Climate Change is demanding one million climate jobs, by the end of 2010, or within one year. This is one of the most important of our CLIMATE EMERGENCY demands - see more here.

And of course this keynsian idiocy.

Many in government will tell you we need to be making cuts - but the lesson of previous recessions is that it was not cuts but well targeted spending than lifted us out of recession. We need a massive investment in a green economy - and the planet we live on - now !

Here's the link. I'm off to slash my wrists.

Oh and Moonbat is involved of course.

I don't believe it.

I can't understand how people can be so naive. One latest poll would suggest the Limp dems are ahead in the polls. All this because of one rather boring TV programme.

There is more evidence of a huge surge in Liberal Democrat support - with one poll suggesting the party has taken the lead in a General Election campaign for the first time in living memory.

Research by BPIX for the Mail on Sunday put the Lib Dems on 32% - a bounce of 12% over the past week. The Tories were down seven points on 31%, while Labour dropped three to 28%.

I suspect that all those who contributed to this farce have not actually read the Limp dem manifesto.

I just hope they do, and quick. Then they'll realise, that they are going to vote for a party, that is shaping up to be further to the left than labour.

Some 53% of those quizzed by ComRes said they were looking more favourably on the Lib Dems as a result of the General Election debate.

I give up.

Damn and blast

The wife's been called into work.

Now who's going to lift those bags of compost out of the boot?

UK flights ban extended to Sunday


Restrictions on flights in and out of the UK will remain in place until at least 1am on Sunday, air traffic control company Nats said.

That's my daughter and her husband stuffed then. They're due to fly back from Dubai.


That was quick

A man is thought to have become the first person in the UK arrested on suspicion of possessing mephedrone since it was banned on Friday.

The arrest, at an address in Bewdley, Worcestershire, came just hours after the party drug became illegal.

West Mercia Police said the man, believed to be in his 20s, had not been charged and was released on bail.

Inspector Clive Eastwood said: "We think this may be the first arrest since mephedrone was banned."

They must have been waiting outside the House.