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Sunday, April 30, 2006

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Oh Bitch history

Urban and Regional Planner Sarah Bissett Scott is currently working with clients in the East of England, providing programme management for European funding streams, regeneration briefings for Members and chief officers, advice on economic development and planning matters, and capacity building with community groups.

Sarah is a highly experienced Urban Planner and Regeneration expert with an outstanding record in local government managing bids and securing access to over £150m in regeneration funds. She has an excellent track record in incisive research and reports, in sitting on and contributing to Ministerial Task Groups and other development committees and of setting up highly successful development partnerships across boundaries and with the private sector; and working closely with community organisations to successfully deliver regional targets.
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Ministerial Code: appears to arise

John Prescott was facing a deepening political storm last night over allegations that his mistress enjoyed perks and privileges at the taxpayer's expense. Sunday Telegraph



Ministerial Code also says ministers must "not ask civil servants to act in any way which would conflict with the Civil Service Code". This states that a civil servant should not behave in a way that is "improper or unethical".

I am not sure that being shagged by Prezzer can be described as a 'perk' though!
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Saturday, April 29, 2006

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Camouflage & Concealment



Cannabis resin has been found at the Scottish home of John Reid, the Defence Secretary.

"I can confirm that we have investigated the discovery of a small piece of cannabis resin in a guest room of a house within the force area," John Corrigan, assistant chief constable of Strathclyde Police, said.Daily Telegraph
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Friday, April 28, 2006

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Law a bribing Party

Tricia Law, widow of Peter Law, the Independent MP for Blaenau Gwent, who died this week has given an interview to the BBC Wales. In it she alleges that Law was offered a Peerage by "a very high ranking Labour politician" if he would agree not to stand in the constituency as an Independent at the last election.



If any person gives, or agrees or proposes to give, or offers to any person any gift, money or valuable consideration as an inducement or reward for procuring or assisting or endeavouring to procure the grant of a dignity or title of honour to any person, or otherwise in connection with such a grant, he shall be guilty of an offence.

Does Yates of the yard speak Welsh
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trois



one jab, two jags, three shags
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Thursday, April 27, 2006

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Fake Justice

Why do we bother to vote for MP's to represent us in a UK parliament



EU proposes jail to fight counterfeiters

The European Commission is proposing a minimum four-year jail terms for certain counterfeiters as part of a beefed-up European Union law to fight piracy.

The EU commissioner for justice and home affairs, Franco Frattini, said "We decided that counterfeiting is a real crime against industry, constituting a growing business for organised crime and is a real threat for consumers," Frattini said. "Our proposal aims to eradicate safe havens for the criminal organisations on counterfeiting and piracy."

What about our legislature? This is counterfeit democracy at work.
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Wednesday, April 26, 2006

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Systemic Failure in the Banana Republic

The spectre of vote-rigging reared its ugly head today as Scotland Yard was brought in to investigate 'suspicious' activities across seven London boroughs.

MP George Galloway's Respect party said it had evidence of "widespread" electoral fraud involving postal voting in Tower Hamlets.



Meanwhile, A 50-year-old woman has been arrested by detectives who discovered a stockpile of postal voting forms at a house in Birmingham.

The Government were warned that Postal Voting would be a problem as long ago as 2002.

You can ram that up your bottom too
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No hiding place

More than 1,000 convicted foreign criminals, including killers, rapists and child abusers, have been freed from prison without being considered for deportation and hundreds are missing, Charles Clarke, the Home Secretary, admitted yesterday. Daily Telegraph

Not a problem then, they are on our database. They will soon be picked up by our regional Police Forces, we have their real names, a recent photograph, finger prints and DNA profile.

In the mean time, Charles Clarke has been awarded the Prime Ministers Full Support



NB. This is a good day to remind the public about "cash for honours" mustn't take our eye off the ball must we?

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Cheated and lied for two years

John Prescott has confessed to having an affair with one of his secretaries. If the truth were known, a man who has cheated on his wife has probably been a cheat and liar all his life.

This is not a private matter, he shagged a Government Employee, probably in a love nest paid for by the public and as more than likely, wined and dined her at public expense.

Check his travel warrants, better still check out the glove compartment of his official car.

NB. This is a good day to remind the public about "cash for honours" mustn't take our eye off the ball must we?
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Tuesday, April 25, 2006

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Second law of thermodynamics

David cameron was trying out the latest green cars as part of his campaign to plug green Conservatism, and that meant abandoning anything approximating to dignity to take the wheel of the Noddy car, otherwise known as the G-WIZ, a battery-powered, plastic offering from India. The Daily Telegraph



Obviously he isn't aware of the Second law of thermodynamics

Electric cars use lead-acid batteries for storage. You plug your car into the wall at night and charge up your batteries, and then discharge them again while driving.

Charging batteries is extremely inefficient; electricity is used to create a chemical potential in the battery, but most of the electricity is converted to heat. And when the battery discharges again, a lot of the energy stored in it also heats the battery.

If the original electricity was created by burning gas or coal, then what this means is that a lot more CO2 is released per passenger mile by the battery-based electric car than by a petrol car.

You need to generate the energy actually consumed to move the vehicle, but also all the energy which was wasted in transmission and in charging and discharging the batteries, which means you need to burn more carbon at the power station than a car would have needed.

Lashings of Ginger Beer!
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Monday, April 24, 2006

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West Britain Anthrax

Today in 1990 Gruinard Island was officially declared free of anthrax after 48 years of quarantine. The island, between Gairloch and Ullapool on the North Britain coast, had been used by the government to test biological warfare agents.

However, Today Vets are trying to pinpoint the source of West Britain's first outbreak of anthrax for four years. Two cows died from the disease on a beef farm in south Wales -

A vet said "We know that the spores can live in the ground for long periods of time so it is possible that it is linked to the seven cattle that died on the same farm 35 years ago, but that in itself shows you that the spores can lie dormant and not cause problems for long periods of time"

So is Gruinard Island really free of Anthrax?
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Friday, April 21, 2006

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Post Card from Norway


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Happy Birthday


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Thursday, April 20, 2006

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Have your say

Click on the image, Anthony the Spiv @ the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, wants you to have your say on the future of Europe.



EU=mc11 Where EU is the immovable object and (mc) is mass corruption. This equation has not been tested for 11 years.
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Wednesday, April 19, 2006

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No Running Commentary from...........



Asked if any Downing Street officials had been questioned by the police in their investigation into allegations that honours might have been exchanged for political funding, the PMOS said that as he had said yesterday he would not be giving a running commentary on this ongoing police investigation, any more than he would on any other police investigation.

So, in the view of the Home Secretary Charles Clarke, he is Guilty of being a Spiv until he can prove his innocence.
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Tuesday, April 18, 2006

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Dave the Chameleon


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The Concerned a bit Party

David Cameron will urge people to "vote blue, go green", as he makes the environment the centrepiece of the final phase of the Conservative campaign for next month's local elections.



I think it is time he stopped playing silly buggers and invested in a Milankovitch Cycle
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Monday, April 17, 2006

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The Easter break Honours List



Lord Levy The Prime Minister's chief fundraiser and president of the academy schools trust to which Des Smith was an adviser. Determined not to be the "fall guy" for the row, he has insisted he was against the secret loans from the start but relented after Tony Blair warned the Labour Party would face bankruptcy without them.

Matt Carter The former general secretary of the Labour Party is believed to have hatched the secret loans plan with Mr Blair and Lord Levy to stave off a cash crisis ahead of the last election.

Ruth Turner The head of government relations, who also operates out of Downing Street, Ms Turner could be questioned over which private firms the Prime Minister met and whether there were any links to honours or government contracts being handed out.

Baroness Morgan Sally Morgan, a former Cabinet Office minister, used to be director of political and government relations. She, too, would hold details of meetings with private firms.

Jonathan Powell Tony Blair's taxpayer-funded chief of staff, he mixed with wealthy VIPs courted by Lord Levy at lavish receptions in his London home.

Ian McCartney The Labour Party chairman is expected to be interviewed by police. He signed the papers nominating three of the lenders for peerages while he was in hospital recovering from a triple heart bypass operation. He has insisted "every penny" of the loans was spent on getting Labour MPs re-elected.

David Miliband Billed as PM-in-waiting, implicated by Des Smith, but claims he only met the headmaster in his capacity as a minister

Lord Adonis The junior education minister and former Downing Street adviser is expected to be questioned by police. He has previously insisted that "we have nothing to hide"

Dr Chai Patel The founder of the Priory, the detox clinic to the stars, Mr Patel revealed last month that he had made a £1.5 million loan to the Labour Party weeks before being nominated for a peerage.

David Garrard The property tycoon confirmed that he, too, had loaned money before being nominated.

Rod Aldridge Another lender to the Labour Party, Mr Aldridge resigned from his top job at Capita, a company which has more than £1 billion of government contracts. Scotland Yard has indicated it could widen its inquiry to investigate potential cash-for-contracts allegations.

Des Smith A former senior adviser to government's city academy programme. Arrested on Thursday and helping police with inquiries after telling an undercover reporter donors could obtain peerages and honours by giving money to the controversial schools scheme.
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Friday, April 14, 2006

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NO2ID@Ebay.co.uk



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Thursday, April 13, 2006

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The Academy Award

Awarded for services to the Labour Party



If any person accepts, obtains or agrees to accept or obtain from any person (including Des Smith), for himself or for any other person, or for any purpose, any gift, money or valuable consideration as an inducement or reward for procuring or assisting or endeavouring to procure the grant of a dignity or title of honour to any person or otherwise in connection with such a grant, he shall be guilty of a misdemeanour.
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Wednesday, April 12, 2006

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Union Jack (pedants pennant)

The Union Jack is 400 years old today, but it seems that Malcolm Farrow flag historian and the president of the Flag Institute has mislead the BBC .

On the BBC web site Mr Farrow states that, the Union Jack "has been adopted as our national flag without any national authority," and on the BBC Today Program he said "No act of Parliament enshrines it as such".

Well, I have news for Mr Farrow malcolm.farrow1@ntlworld.com Article One of the UNION WITH ENGLAND ACT 1707 (still un amended) States:

That the Two Kingdoms of Scotland and England shall
upon the first day of May next ensuing the date hereof and
forever after be United into One Kingdom by the Name of
Great Britain And that the Ensigns Armorial of the said
United Kingdom be such as Her Majesty shall appoint and
the Crosses of St Andrew and St George be conjoined
in
such manner as Her Majesty shall think fit and used in all
Flags Banners Standards and Ensigns both at Sea and Land

Update, Mr Farrow has replied to my e-mail informing me he is not a "historian", So Aunty got that wrong as well. The BBC website states "In the words of union jack historian Malcolm Farrow, "a mish-mash - but what do you expect from the British constitution?"

Indeed sir, it is a mish mash, another example of the BBC's research and accurate reporting.
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Tuesday, April 11, 2006

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Probe ready for Venus

"Our prime objective is to study the processes that are going on inside Venus" Gerhard Schwehm, Esa's head of planetary missions told the BBC News website.



At 0817 BST, a European robotic craft began a 50-minute-long engine burn to slow its speed enough to be captured by Venus' gravity.
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Monday, April 10, 2006

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Test a Weasel---E-mail Cameron

Think of a question that an honest and sincere person can answer with a simple 'Yes or No'

From: Anoneumouse@aol.com

To: CAMEROND@parliament.uk

After the next general election and if the Conservative Party are elected to govern us, would a Conservative Government lead by you, scrap ID Cards and the associated Data Base?
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Friday, April 07, 2006

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Coming home, no wings but still a payer

BAE plans to sell its stake in Airbus, raising as much as 3 billion pounds. So when do you think BAE will return the 33% of the original launch investment, back to the UK tax payer?



Within the provisions of the Civil Aviation Act 1982. In 2000 the government announced a launch investment partnership to support the wing for the Airbus A380.

Hansard 13 Mar 2000 : Column: 9W

Mr. Steven Byers: I am pleased to announce that the Government have just entered into a partnership with BAe Systems to secure UK participation in the Airbus A380 project, to design and build the wings for the world's largest passenger jet. The Government will invest £530 million in the programme, with BAe Systems investing over £1 billion in design and development alone. The Government investment will be repaid by BAe Systems paying levies on aircraft sales.
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Wednesday, April 05, 2006

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Fake Sheik


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On Wednesday Rupert Murdoch’s News International obtained a 24-hour injunction against George Galloway MP, against the publication of photographs of News of the World employee Mazher Mahmood, the “fake sheikh”.

On the 5th April News International gained an injunction preventing further publication of these pictures until tomorrow where the injunctive relief will end at 4PM 6th April

Oh boy, how I do relish the thought of being indicted to appear before the court for contempt. Bring it on!

Because contrary to article 3 of the order, the Internet is not governed by the law of England and Wales. 'Blogger' is not my ISP but my host. I access my host via my ISP and in any event Blogger's Terms & Conditions of Service make clear that disputes concerning Blogger are governed by the laws of the State of California.
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Voters of Britain join the Voters Revolt



Brief Summary

Britain is embroiled in an almighty battle between "us" and "them" - the voters of Britain versus the new ruling class which ignores our views. Our elected representatives are under the thumb of the political establishment. The forces of bureaucracy and political correctness are throttling the rights and liberties of the people.

Slowly we are being herded into a police state from which it will be hard to break free. We must act now. We must force the parties to reform the system and give power back to us.

The British people will not tolerate this attack on their liberty. We must leave the political establishment in no doubt that at the next general election many will vote for the party which is most committed to giving power back to the people.

They won't want to listen. They will fight to keep the power they have taken from us. We must therefore stand firm and use the power that STRENGTH IN NUMBERS gives us. We must send the politicians a very clear message that their lives are about to change!

Why not take a quick visit and suport the Voters Revolt
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Monday, April 03, 2006

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liar liar pants on fire

Please find below letters to the Speaker of the House of Commons and the Home Secretary who flatly denied that the EU had anything to do with ID cards in the House of Commons when replying to John Redwood. It is my belief Mr Clarke lied to the House which is a serious issue, as such I have made a complaint to the Speaker of the House.

Regards, Derek

The Speaker of the House of Commons
House of Commons
London
SW1A 0AA.

Sunday, April 2, 2006

Dear Sir,

Please find enclosed a copy of a letter which I have sent to the Home Secretary, Mr Charles Clarke MP, who I believe has committed the offence of attempting to deceive the Members of the House of Commons.

As you will note when you read this correspondence, I have proved that Mr Clarke, by denying any EU involvement regarding the introduction of I.D. cards, has told an untruth to the Members.  It is easily proved that the EU has the intention to create an EU-wide data-base and certain standards for all I.D. cards issued within its borders.

As Mr Clarke has obviously misled the House regarding this matter, may I respectfully ask what measures you will now take to reprimand our wayward Home Secretary?  I look forward to receiving your reply and comments forthwith.

Yours sincerely,

Derek Bennett.
eurorealistnl@aol.com
Enc.



Mr Charles Clark M.P. 
Home Secretary
House of Commons
London
SW1A 0AA.     

Sunday, April 2, 2006
 
Dear Mr Clarke,

During the debate in the House of Commons on the 29th March, regarding the introduction of the appalling I.D. cards scheme, which according to the Labour Party manifesto would not be compulsory, but will now be so for anyone wanting a new passport from 2008 due to being forced to have their biometric and other details included onto a national data-base,when reading Hansard I noticed your comments in answer to a question from John Redwood MP.

Mr Redwood asked: “Will the Home Secretary confirm that people are right in thinking that this is part of an EU requirement to prepare for a common system across Europe, and that that is why he is in such a hurry to get rid of our liberties in this respect?”  You then replied: “I am happy to confirm that that is total nonsense.  There is no proposal either for an EU identity card or for an EU-wide card of any sort.  As far as I am aware, there is no proposal on the table.”  You then confirmed that the EU has discussed biometrics for passports and biometrics for residents documents.

Regarding your denial of any EU involvement concerning I.D. cards, you do not have to be a genius to discover that I.D. cards have the EU stamped all over them.  Using my limited and basic means of research I have discovered such items as an article from the Guardian newspaper, December 8, 2005, in which Michael Cross reported an EU conference held in Manchester during November 2005, which set out four “ambitious targets” for European e-government by 2010.  He wrote: ‘Item four is mutually recognised electronic identifications”.  It calls on member states to work towards “the mutual recognition of national electronic identities by testing, piloting and implementing suitable technologies and methods”.’  He also stated that the Austrian Presidency would be promoting identity cards as the key to electronic government.

Even the Government in which you are a Minister, during its recent EU Presidency, has called for the adoption of biometrics I.D. cards and associated standards across the whole of the EU.  In a proposal issued on Monday 11th July, 2005, the UK called for the drafting of “common standards for national identity cards taking into account the achievements in relation to the EU passport and in the ICAO framework.”

Then there is the Lisbon strategy, a quick trawl on the internet revealed the EU Commission’s target actions to be completed by june 2000.  Under the title: ‘Improving the quality of life of citizens’, the fifth item down is none other than: “Commission Package of Regulations on a Uniform Format for the EU Passport, Identity Card and Residents Permit (June)”.  Further evidence of EU involvement with I.D. cards is contained within the text of the Treaty Establishing a Constitution for Europe.  Art III-125 (2) Article III-125.  In paragraph 2 it states: “For the same purpose as those referred to in paragraph 1 and if the constitution has not provided the necessary powers, a European law or framework law of the Council may establish measures concerning passports, identity cards, residents permits or any other such document and measures concerning social security or social protection. The Council shall act unanimously after consulting the European Parliament.”  It can not be denied that the EU has its grubby little fingers all over these proposals for I.D. cards.

Considering I have discovered all these facts by simple means, you as the Home Secretary, with Ministerial aides and the whole of the Home Office and Government information services at your disposal, should have been thoroughly briefed on the European Union’s involvement regarding this matter. 

This makes me suggest that you can be one of two things - you are either useless at your job as Home Secretary and should resign forthwith for being so incompetent, or you deliberately deceived the House of Commons, which is a serious Parliamentary offence.  I suggest that you should apologise to Mr Redwood MP, the Speaker of the House and the Members of Parliament forthwith.

Yours sincerely,

Derek Bennett.
Tel: 0121 359 2950 day,
01922 631970 evening,
07813 153897 mobile
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GE SOCA

WHEN TONY BLAIR cuts the ribbon and declares the Serious Organised Crime Agency open for business today, British law enforcement will finally enter the 21st century. The Times

Well dear reader they say History has a habit of repeating itself.

The Geheime Staatspolizei was also established in the month of April and was first simply "Department 1A of the Prussian State Police".

The State recruited members from professional police departments and ran the Gestapo as a federal police agency.

The TAXI has arrived for a "von Stauffenberg"
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Blair's Out Riders

Saturday, April 01, 2006

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Teeth of Emissions

Lampooning The Prince of Wales with the headline "The Prince of Emissions", An analysis by The Independent shows that the plane which carried the Prince and his 22-strong entourage on his recent 9,000 mile trip spewed out more than 40 tons of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere

The Independent, try and justify this lampooning with a further report that "Tony Blair went on a 21,000-mile tour of Asia and Australasia this week - in part to discuss climate change - but Downing Street tried to make up for the pollution by funding carbon reduction programmes as part of a campaign to lower emissions".

Perhaps Blair should be reflecting on the failure of the 'NHS Dental Service and the Independent may wish to apply their analysis tool to the real cost of Dental Tourism

A round trip to Budapest = 2,076 miles

Air Smiles anyone
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THE ANT AND THE GRASSHOPPER

THE CLASSIC VERSION:

The ant works hard in the withering heat all summer long, building his house and laying up supplies for the winter. The grasshopper thinks he's a fool, and laughs and dances and plays the summer away. Come winter, the ant is warm and well fed. The shivering grasshopper has no food or shelter, so he dies out in the cold.


THE BRITISH VERSION:

The ant works hard in the withering heat all summer long, building his house and laying up supplies for the winter. The grasshopper thinks he's a fool, and laughs and dances and plays the summer away. Come winter, the ant is warm and well fed.

The shivering grasshopper calls a press conference and demands to know why the ant should be allowed to be warm and well fed while others less fortunate, like him, are cold and starving.

The BBC shows up to provide live coverage of the shivering grasshopper, with cuts to a video of the ant in his comfortable warm home in Hampstead with a table laden with food.

The British are stunned that in a country of such wealth, this poor grasshopper is allowed to suffer so while others have plenty.

The Liberal Democrat Party, the Respect Party, the Transvestites With Starving Babies Party and the Coalition Against Poverty demonstrate in front of the ant's house. The BBC, interrupting a Rastafarian cultural festival special from Grimsby with breaking news, broadcasts them singing "We Shall Overcome."

Ken Livingstone laments in an interview with Panorama that the ant has got rich off the backs of grasshoppers, and calls for an immediate tax hike on the ant to make him pay his "fair share". In response, the Labour Government drafts the Economic Equity and Grasshopper Anti Discrimination Act, retroactive to the beginning of the summer.

The ant's taxes are reassessed, and he is also fined for failing to hire grasshoppers as helpers. Without enough money to pay the fine and his newly imposed retroactive taxes, his home is confiscated by Camden Council .

The ant moves to France, and starts a successful agribusiness company, funded by Britain via the EU.

The BBC later shows the now fat grasshopper finishing up the last of theant's food, though Spring is still months away, while the government house he is in, which just happens to be the ant's old house, crumbles around him because he hasn't bothered to maintain it.

Inadequate government funding is blamed; Diane Abbot is appointed to head a commission of enquiry that will cost £10m.

The grasshopper is soon dead of a drug overdose; the Guardian blames it on the obvious failure of government to address the root causes of despair arising from social inequity.

The abandoned house is taken over by a gang of immigrant spiders, praised by the government for enriching Britain's multicultural diversity, who promptly set up a marijuana growing operation and terrorise the community.
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North Britain Parliament update


AFTER nearly a month of sophisticated computer simulation and complicated calculations by architects, experts have produced the answer to North Britain's Parliament failing roof. Lorry Ratchet Straps. The Scotsman


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