Scotland battered again by second round of sandstorms devastating crops
Farmer Cameron MacIver in Moray says the sand is so high ‘the only thing showing is top of fences’
London’s Green Park was full of daffodils to set the scene for the Queen’s birthday salute
Despite a mixed bag of weather, temperatures in the south may top 22C on Wednesday: hotter than Los Angeles
Hayfever sufferers braced for worst pollen levels for more than 50 years [...]
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Business leaders are starting to make their voices heard about Britain’s role in the EU, and about time too.
As the prime minister prepares for this month’s critically important speech on the [...]
Debate: Conference of Presidents meeting with German chancellor Angela Merkel
• European Parliament, Brussels, 7 November 2012
• Speaker: Nigel Farage MEP, Leader of the UK Independence Party (UKIP), Co-President of the ‘Europe of Freedom and Democracy’ (EFD) Group in the European Parliament - http://nigelfaragemep.co.uk
• Debate: Conference of Presidents meeting with German chancellor Angela Merkel
Salmond and Cameron strike referendum deal.
I am a Scot and I hate to say this but as much as I hate Cameron and the Tories this will be the worst thing to happen to Scotland if this happens in 2014. For some reason I don’t trust Salmond.
“We will not grant safe passage for Mr Assange. Under our law, having exhausted all the options of appeal, we are obliged to extradite him to Sweden. It is our intention to carry out that obligation. We will continue talking to the Ecuadorean government and others to try and find a diplomatic solution here.”
The UK has insisted it will not grant Julian Assange “safe passage” to Ecuador as it seeks [...]
A Taco Bell employee has been fired after urinating on a plate of nachos and posting the shocking image online.
Cameron Jankowski, of Fort Wayne, Indiana, uploaded the photograph to Twitter alongside the caption, ‘Guess where I work,’ and the hashtags ‘#pissolympics’ and ‘#nachobellgrande’.
The Tweet, which has since been deleted, was addressed to Hunter Moore, the man behind the now-defunct ‘revenge porn’ website Is Anyone Up?
Moore declared Jankowski the ‘winner of [...]
At the G20 Cameron welcomes the Greeks as choosing a bailout, but warns they must impose austerity and that consequences of not doing will be very severe (12:13 BST)
Merkel and Cameron address the world but they disagree over bankster taxes as Cameron urges pandering to banksters because of the City of London being the bankster capital but also saying UK won’t contribute to a Spanish bailout (2:27 to 2:33 BST):
(11.14 BST in item):
Spain says it can wait another two weeks before possibly requesting a bailout. Also UK PM Cameron and US President Obama make statement over the phone that something has to be done about European crisis (1.05 and 12.03 BST respectively in item):
The scheme will contain all manner of hidden austerity measures specifically designed to keep the Ponzi afloat; it will involve currency debasement, subtle tax increases, etc…
Greece will be allowed to leave, and likely helped with massive cash infusions, compliments of the Anglo/Germany/American alliance. Spain will be bailed out, uncertainty will be sidelined, for the moment, markets will recover and volatility will disappear until the American Presidential election is over, and [...]
Thursday, May 24, 2012
Lord Monckton joins Alex in-studio today, Wednesday, May 23. Monckton is a British politician, public speaker, former newspaper editor, and a spirited critic of the globalist theory of anthropogenic global warming. Mr. Monckton is in the United States to attend the libertarian Heartland Institute’s conference in Chicago.
Global investors this month pulled the most money from stock funds in any April in at least 17 years amid escalating concerns that Europe’s economy is faltering.
Equity funds had net redemptions of $18.6 billion through April 25, according to data from EPFR Global, a research firm based in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The April withdrawals were the largest since at least 1996, the first year for which comparable data is available.
“April has [...]
By Cameron Joseph - 02/24/12 01:35 PM ET
Republicans are weighing a change to the party’s presidential primary rules amid fears this year’s prolonged nomination process is hurting the GOP’s chances of retaking the White House.
The problems with the current system were discussed at length at both the most recent Republican National Committee meeting and at the Southern Republican Leadership Conference last month. Top RNC committeemen plan to reconsider the rules at [...]
by Dylan Love
Cameron Adams, Jochen Bekmann, and Dhanji Prasanna have started Fluent.io in an effort to help you get through your email inbox 20% faster, reports the Sydney Morning Herald.
The three Australians formerly worked atGoogle before quitting to work on Fluent in order to work on email, a means of communication they say has “stagnated.”
Their solution turns your Gmail account into a Facebook-style newsfeed. You’re able to view attached images in a slideshow and view [...]