Sunday, May 21, 2006

Weekend news review

Weekend news review

Sir Alistair Graham, chairman of the committee for standards in public life, has criticised the Prime Minister for treating standards as "a minor issue, not worthy of serious consideration"

The Environment Agency warns that new power stations "would add to the UK's existing nuclear waste inventory" and says it is important that Britain does not rely on nuclear power to tackle greenhouse gas emissions.

Nearly 1,500 innocent people have been wrongly branded as criminals by the Home Office, leading to them losing jobs or being barred from taking up courses, The Mail on Sunday can reveal.

Animal rights activists bare all in support of bears.

Beckham party branded as obscene, money would be better spent on grassroots football.

Need a condom? Then see someone in the upper sixth, they'll sort you out!

Well that's life in Blairite Britain......

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