Submitted by chris on Wed, 07/19/2006 - 09:52
'We're all going on a Summer holiday. No more working for a week or two.'
This is the tune that the Politicians will be singing as the longly awaited summer recess kicks off.
In there case three months until the eagerly awaited Party Conference season. Lucky them.
Ice creams and barbecues all around?
As the searing heat lingers over all of us - where might our elected representatives be heading to this summer? Brighton Pier? Lake District?
Submitted by chris on Tue, 07/18/2006 - 19:13
A campaign urging British employers to cool down their employees' amid the rising heatwave was launched today.
The TUC's 'Cool Work' campaign is based on a Japanese model where employees were encouraged to dress down at their place of work.
Japanese Prime Minister, Junichiro Koizumi was boasted to have ripped off his tie urging his country's workforce to copy him.
While the body is not advocating that all employee's turn up in beach wear, they are urging employers' to be flexible during the heatwave.
Submitted by chris on Tue, 07/18/2006 - 09:42
The G8 is in full swing and the world leaders are demonstrating their charisma, or lack of it for all things hip hoppy.
George Bush, that Texas Ranger (Cowboy of the Wild West) has been shooting his mouth off again.
But this time it's not been 'Go Get 'em folks, Yee Ha.'
Bush and Blair's initmate exchange, unaware it was being recorded ,appears to be two rudeboys talking gangsta rap with Bush appearing to be in touch with Ali G from 'da Staines Massif, yer.'
Yo Bush fancy coming down to Staines and hanging out with the so solid crew?
Submitted by Phil on Tue, 07/18/2006 - 00:24
In the past nine months David Blunkett has resigned from the Cabinet for a second time; Tessa Jowell, the Culture Secretary, split from her husband after allegations about his business interests; John Prescott was stripped of his department after an affair with his secretary; Tony Blair’s wife Cherie Booth has been caught for the second time dabbling in questionable financial matters, Patricia Hewitt was heckled by furious nurses, Charles Clarke was sacked over ‘lost’ criminals and hits out at the PM for his poor leadership and the Police have arrested Lord Levy, the Prime Minister's chief
Submitted by platinum_master on Mon, 07/17/2006 - 19:35
“Hello there, my name is Scott Hammond and I am calling on behalf of…” that’s about as far as I get into my sentence as I sit aimlessly in my little blue booth. A computer screen in front of me, meaningless pieces of paper scattered across my desk and a headset to accompany my telephone.
Submitted by chris on Sun, 07/16/2006 - 22:15
Human Rights Lawyer and wife to the PM was mired in controversy for allegedly helping a personal confidante obtain lucrative NHS contracts it emerged last night.
Cherie Blair, well known for dabbling in political matters, is claimed to have arranged meetings between directors of private medical firms and Downing Streets top health advisor.
Submitted by chris on Sun, 07/16/2006 - 17:48
Primeminister Tony Blair has defended the allegations regarding the cash for peerages and slammed media for meddling in investigations today.
On the BBC's politics show, defiant Tony said that he knew nothing regarding the current situation but admitted that rules may have to be changed.
Party funding may have to be partly funded by the taxpayer he suggests.
He also claims to be standing by the cling on Deputy Primeminister John Prescott, who has lately been embroiled in controversial allegations such as alleged affairs and Cowboy gifts.
Submitted by chris on Fri, 07/14/2006 - 17:23
Anyone suffering from lack of football?
I must confess waking up last Monday morning realising that the World Cup wasn't on bought a lone tear to my eye!
What was even more painful was coming in after a gruelling days work, only to find that the evening was confined to nothing more than listening to the news and hearing about Zidane's bust up with Materazzi.
Football, like anything can become addictive.
But ,as they say a little bit of a bad thing can do you no harm! Within reason!
Oh well, we havent got long to wait as the Premiership starts soon.
Submitted by Ms Serwah on Fri, 07/14/2006 - 15:16
After weeks of deliberation, the Commission for Racial Equality (CRE) has written to my voluntary organisation BTWSC regarding the alleged complaint they received about a 'racially-biased' Brent Youth Spotlight Awards ad in the local newspaper.
Submitted by James Combes on Thu, 07/13/2006 - 20:54
There was an article in ES Magazine in February about Natalie Imbruglia, or Umbrella-stand as I believe she is widely known. In reference to her the early stages of her relationship with Silverchair frontman Daniel Johns it says:
"The couple first met in 1999 when Natalie went to one of Silverchair's London gigs, but after dating a year, they split up because they couldn't bear being apart."