Dear Chief Secretary to the Treasury,
I'm afraid to tell you there's no money left.
Signed, Liam Byrne

(Outgoing Labour Chief Secretary to the Treasury. May 2010)

Thursday, 14 January 2010

From Today's Mail

Within the comments section of this article
Now lets see him naked!
- Alison Mellor, Cheshire, UK,
That's nice Alison. Just a thought though.

Would Hattie let a man that he hoped to see a female actress naked?


Fat people are less likely to get jobs because
employers assume they will be lazy, a study has revealed.
Maybe they'll introduce quotas to put things right - there are a lot of overweight people so they must be under-represented in the workplace.

Quota have made sure the best person has always gets the job, irrespective of their racial background, age, creed, gender, sexual orientation etc - haven't they?

Quotas have made absolutely sure that the best qualified person always gets the job - haven't they?


Why isn't this a surprise?
More than half the scientists on the swine flu taskforce advising the Government have ties to drug companies.
Eleven of the 20 members of the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE) have done work for the pharmaceutical industry or are linked to it through their universities.
Many have declared interests in GlaxoSmithKline, the vaccine maker expected to be the biggest beneficiary of the pandemic.
The disclosure of the register of interests comes just days after a health expert branded the swine flu outbreak a 'false pandemic' driven by the drug companies which stood to profit.
The Government is now trying to offload up to £1billion worth of unwanted swine flu vaccine.
Last July, the Department of Health warned of up 65,000 deaths, with 350 a day at the pandemic's peak. But the death toll now stands at just 251.
Shakes head.

But, you know, I'm not in the least surprised, not in the least.

What does surprise me is how long it's taken for the papers to write about it.

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