Friday, 5 June 2009

The Deliqescent Madness of Brown Labour

Will Gordon Brown be the first British Prime Minister to have to be forcibly removed (in a strait-jacket) from Number 10? With Purnell, yet another minister resigning, how long will it be before he understands that the game is well and truly up and that he has to go?

Geert Wilders' Freedom Party in the Netherlands looks set to gain four seats in the European parliament.

Bruno Waterfield dissects the purulent corpse that is the EU.

Absolutely no privacy under Labour: even your medical records are fodder for the state and its business parasites.

The Curmudgeon draws attention to a report which exposes the immense waste in the NHS on consultants. Business consultants, that is, not the medical ones who do something useful.

Craig Murray is unwell.

Police harvesting DNA of young people while they can.

Henry Porter discerns some green shoots of liberty. I get the feeling there's going to be a bit of claret spilt before we get back the freedoms we've lost to Labour and the EU.

Matthew Taylor thinks the main trouble with our politics is the system itself, but ignores the fact that real problem is the people running the system.

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