Trade Unions position themselves to fight Government attempts to improve education in Britain
The British Coalition Government is trying to get to grips with a raft of Blair Brown Regime failures. A daunting task that has never been faced by a new Government in Britain before. The closest was the Thatcher Administration that took two terms to sort out the mess left by the previous Labour Governments of Wilson and Callaghan. Tough though that was, the economy and society had not been trashed as comprehensively as under the Blair Brown Regime. Education has suffered at least as badly as other parts of public service.
As staff prepared for political acts, the case for the continuation of the BBC is no longer black and white
BBC workers are planning to blackout news of the Conservative Party Conference and the presentation of the Spending Review in two 48 hour strikes. This could prove an own goal
Could Union Dinosaurs become Extinct?
The British Labour Party and the Trade Unions have declared war on Britain.
Kenyan President Hussein Obama is losing Amnercian voters as he approaches the mid term elections.
A majority (52%) say that he is doing a bad job and has completely lost their support.
A larger number (76%) say that they are unhappy with the powerformance of his administration.
Tube strike – one of a series of strikes supported by the Labour Party in the hopes of destabilizing the Government and the British economy
Contents in this issue:
2. FOB Network
3. PortFire 40 Launches
4. Baltic to use Asian Working Day sometimes
5. Spiegel on Munich Re
6. And Finally..
In what may be the greatest deception of all time, a small band of fanatics have initiated a programme of propaganda that is costing countries around the world billions of dollars. They have created a major new industry which some of them have been accused of personally profiting from.