Kerry McCarthy under police investigation
The 2010 British General Election is proving to be a very strange affair. “Bottler” Brown may have sunk any remaining chances of Labour holding power in any form after he was caught out abusing a pensioner. Labour MPs have been expelled for some very stupid Twitter and Facebook postings, and one Labour MP is under police investigation for a serious offense under the electoral laws.
Over recent days the LibDem leader has become more strident and is now counting his seats ahead of the election. Always a dangerous thing to do.
Has broadcasters’ greed seriously damaged British democracy?
British climate fraudsters and quangocrats were at the heart of the travel chaos that engulfed Europe following the eruption of the Icelandic volcano.
The British Met Office took a wild guess at the ash cloud and its dispersal in the absence of any hard data. Data was unavailable because the Met Office research aircraft was being repainted.
Even by the high standards for farce and incompetence, the response of the Blair Brown Regime to the plight of more than a million Britons was a record breaker.
Bottler Brown thought he had found the ideal way to hang onto power with a covert pre-election pack linking to the Lib Dems in a hung Parliament.
Originally, negotiations were based on Nick Clegg being offered the Home Secretary job and the vastly over rated Vince Cable being offered Chancellor of the Exchequer. Rumors only days ago suggested it was already a done deal.
It now appears that Clegg is demanding the resignation of Bottler as Labour Party Leader, the Prime Minister’s job for Clegg, Home Secretary for Hune and Chancellor for Cable.
The New Met Squad car?
Assistant Commissioner Yates of London’s Met Police wants the Met to be upgunned. Probably bad news for Brazilian electricians.
Bottler Brown ended the six month phony war on April 6 by making history as the first Scottish non-elected Prime Minister to ask HM The Queen for permission to dissolve the British Parliament and within a week was already mired in fresh scandal.
The Russian Government has a poor recent record in suspected involvement of
murdering people it considers unhelpful.
The Polish Government will be holding its own inquiry into the tragic crash that killed their President and 95 others onboard, although Prime Minister Putin is rushing to hold a Russian inquiry in the hopes of blocking growing rumors that the crash was a deliberate act.
The Russian-built airliner in which the party was traveling to a memorial for the 20,000 Poles murdered by Russian secret police has a poor recent safety record and questions are now being raised as to why the Presidential party was not being flown on a Western-built airliner operated by the national flag carrier LOT.
Suspicions are raised because the wave of recent murders and attempted murders carried out around the world by Russian intelligence services, most notably the attempt to murder the Ukrainian President when he was standing for office.
Is Today The Day For Bottler Brown?
Well yes, an historic day because the crew of Discovery begin their first full day in space, their three female crew members and the female crew member aboard the ISS have made it the greatest number of female astronauts in space at the same time and in the same place, but a much trailed event that should be taking place today – might not.