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- An Open Letter to Professor Michael Merrifield of Nottingham University
- Sorry, Tony Blair. But you’re wrong. Again.
- Little Englander, little European?
- Is David Cameron making a fool of himself?
- Speaking at the Employment Committee - 26 January 2012
- Why is Nissan so pro-EU?
- The 12th International Conference on Climate Change
- The predictive power of a 1934 cartoon!
- The physics of a boiling kettle - my question to the commission!
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Monthly Archives: July 2015
It is said that Nottingham is famous for Robin Hood and lace-making – well, according to reports it is now also famous for a shake-up of its city travel infrastructure. According to Phys.Org the city’s public transport system carried 75 … Continue reading
There’s great excitement amongst the Climate Alarmist Community about the Paris Conference scheduled for November 2015. Much preparatory work is being done, papers being published, hopes expressed. They’re looking for a “Son of Kyoto” agreement, described as “A new, universal … Continue reading
<> Roger Helmer MEP speaks at one hour and three minutes
This morning (July 9th) I was watching BBC World just after 6:00 a.m., in the Ibis Hotel in Strasbourg, to be greeted by the cheerful news that the world is facing its sixth mass extinction event (the fifth, 60 million … Continue reading
We’ve just been celebrating the 800th anniversary of the signing of Magna Carta, which many regard as the founding document of the UK’s (largely unwritten) Constitution. And the key achievement of Magna Carta was to put an end to the … Continue reading
Or rather, let their people go. There is a lot of excitement in the media about individuals and families setting off to Syria. . I was about to Tweet “If there are people and families who’d rather be in Syria … Continue reading