Azara Blog: May 2005 archive summary

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  1. Cambridge access charge in the frame (31 May 2005)
  2. EU lobbyists under scrutiny (30 May 2005)
  3. TUC wants British employees to work fewer hours (30 May 2005)
  4. France rejects the EU constitution (29 May 2005)
  5. Phthalates are allegedly evil chemicals (28 May 2005)
  6. Right to Roam extended to Wales and northern England (28 May 2005)
  7. Chief executives demand action on climate change (27 May 2005)
  8. Suburbia a garden paradise (27 May 2005)
  9. The 20th Century Society wants to save the Cambridge bunker (27 May 2005)
  10. Blair still keen on ID cards (26 May 2005)
  11. Expat UK pensioners treated like trash by the government (26 May 2005)
  12. Major report into animal testing released (25 May 2005)
  13. Amnesty International release annual report on human rights (25 May 2005)
  14. Yet another climate change pressure group (25 May 2005)
  15. Wormhole Engineering 101 (24 May 2005)
  16. Millennium Ecosystem Assessment paints bleak picture of the world (23 May 2005)
  17. BAA rockets airport charges at Stansted (23 May 2005)
  18. A nanotechnology citizens' jury is set up (23 May 2005)
  19. Housing in Britain a disaster story (22 May 2005)
  20. The UK is allegedly too centralised (21 May 2005)
  21. Half the world lives in a city (21 May 2005)
  22. The Lancet attacks the Royal Society (21 May 2005)
  23. South Korean scientists make stem cell breakthrough (20 May 2005)
  24. Factors identified with obesity in children (20 May 2005)
  25. London Eye supposedly under threat of closure (20 May 2005)
  26. Lots of green stories in the news (19 May 2005)
  27. Dolphins to be tracked via radio (19 May 2005)
  28. Harvard throws some money at women (18 May 2005)
  29. Papua New Guinea makes carbon proposal (18 May 2005)
  30. Addenbrooke's Hospital radio masts (18 May 2005)
  31. Galloway gives the US Senate a bloody nose (17 May 2005)
  32. Government reorganisation of rural agencies (17 May 2005)
  33. Corporate manslaughter bill might be introduced (16 May 2005)
  34. Another Greenpeace publicity stunt (16 May 2005)
  35. The Fog of War (15 May 2005)
  36. Boxworth windfarm decision appealed (15 May 2005)
  37. Nuclear power back on the agenda in the UK (14 May 2005)
  38. EU considering new air travel tax (14 May 2005)
  39. Cambridge Architects 2005 (13 May 2005)
  40. Fish moving home because of global warming (13 May 2005)
  41. Simple replicating robots (12 May 2005)
  42. Possible new aquarium in Bedfordshire (12 May 2005)
  43. The Newmarket Road area of Cambridge is a complete mess (11 May 2005)
  44. Wollemi pine trees introduced into Britain (11 May 2005)
  45. Russia and EU reach an agreement (10 May 2005)
  46. Foreigners shunning British private schools (10 May 2005)
  47. Vascular Plant Red Data List for Great Britain (09 May 2005)
  48. Extra exam marks for personal trauma (09 May 2005)
  49. US supposedly losing billions of tourist dollars (08 May 2005)
  50. Asia is the future (07 May 2005)
  51. The bicycle comes top in a survey (07 May 2005)
  52. Anne Campbell speaks about the election (07 May 2005)
  53. UK general election results are in (06 May 2005)
  54. Solar radiation at surface of Earth increasing (06 May 2005)
  55. Road pricing is going to be introduced in the UK (05 May 2005)
  56. Alan Sokal is giving a physics lecture in Cambridge (05 May 2005)
  57. Oil demand not increasing medium term supply (04 May 2005)
  58. Stansted needs another runway (04 May 2005)
  59. Europe's soil quality allegedly under threat (03 May 2005)
  60. A washing machine for morons (03 May 2005)
  61. Greg Dyke sticks the knife into Tony Blair (02 May 2005)
  62. Head teachers think parents should be nannied (01 May 2005)
  63. UK general election to be monitored by international observers (01 May 2005)

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