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Pretend scientists model pretend climate in a pretend land..

      … and by the time I’d fired up WordPress to blog about the fictional nature of climate science, the Telegraph was pretending that there was no such story. Fictional inputs, fictional result… and a compliant media. Plus … Continue reading

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Clueless

Speaking on Radio 4’s Today Programme Sir Hugh said: “We routinely accept when we get things wrong, that is one of the great strengths of British policing.” Sly words given that Cressida Dick – whose incompetence led to the execution … Continue reading

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21st Century Love Story

Your eyes meet across the crowded room. You turn away. Moments pass – you glance again. She smiles. Love’s dance has begun. “I have to go.” “Can I give you a lift?” You pull up outside her block. There’s an … Continue reading

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Everywhere in Chains

It’s Sod’s Law, I suppose, that has given us the greyest, wettest day of the summer for the Stony Stratford uprising: the greatest of respect to all those involved for defending our real interests. Courtesy of Man Widdicombe, Dick Puddlecote … Continue reading

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Give £85 a month and save the nematode worm

I recently signed up to Google Alerts and in the space of less than 2 days, I have received 26 e-mails, mostly containing multiple ‘news’ items sympathetic to the CO2 consensus meme. The alarmists’ propaganda machine is admirably tireless… Al … Continue reading

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A strange togetherness, this is

Do you think there might be any link between stories like this… …and this?               When arriving at your answer over your value pack cornflakes, you may wish to reflect on that £20,000 bonus … Continue reading

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Another day, another ban

Police are hoping to stop a group of off-licences in Leicester city centre selling the strong and notoriously cheap alcohol favoured by street drinkers. Eight shops have been identified as regular destinations for alcoholics attracted by booze on sale for … Continue reading

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Unscientific American

At last! Alertnet brings us the news we’ve all been waiting for!                   My, that dried up river channel looks pretty bad, eh? Not to worry – this is how it looked … Continue reading

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Private profits, public risk again

    This headline is not quite as it seems as the 30% increase is the projected increase over the next 20 years. But it does apply to yet another subsidy for the ‘private’ energy companies that we are going … Continue reading

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Conviction politician

              From today’s Daily Express: Devine, 58, wrote: “Along with my parliamentary colleagues my public and private reputation was trashed on the internet. At the start of my trial the judge told the jury … Continue reading

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