Azara Blog: October 2005 archive summary

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  1. UK introduces citizenship test (31 October 2005)
  2. Political correctness in hiring of top civil servants (31 October 2005)
  3. Gates Foundation gives malaria research grants (30 October 2005)
  4. Exhibition of Dale Chihuly glass at Kew Gardens (30 October 2005)
  5. White House in trouble (29 October 2005)
  6. Papworth Hospital is coming to Cambridge (29 October 2005)
  7. Women who have abortions allegedly not at a higher risk of depression (28 October 2005)
  8. Study looking at the effect of climate change on Europe (28 October 2005)
  9. Tony Blair allegedly revulsed by president of Iran (27 October 2005)
  10. Beavers being reintroduced into England (27 October 2005)
  11. Prince Charles is worried about climate change (27 October 2005)
  12. Tories vote with the Government on Terrorim Bill (26 October 2005)
  13. Wind power for British households (25 October 2005)
  14. London 2012 Olympics allegedly "green" (24 October 2005)
  15. Shelter wants better housing (24 October 2005)
  16. Lib Dems publish more recycling propaganda in Cambridge (23 October 2005)
  17. UK government wants ban on wild bird imports (22 October 2005)
  18. Retiring early allegedly not very good for longevity (22 October 2005)
  19. Cambridge should allegedly do what Oxford has not done yet (22 October 2005)
  20. Amazon allegedly being deforested more than previously thought (21 October 2005)
  21. Temperature rise in Southern Ocean (21 October 2005)
  22. South Korea sets up embryonic stem cell centre (20 October 2005)
  23. Victoria Avenue bus terminal objections (20 October 2005)
  24. The bird flu is coming, the bird flu is coming (16 October 2005)
  25. Fungi found in pillows (16 October 2005)
  26. Scottish Parliament wins building of the year (15 October 2005)
  27. Americans losing friends in Iraq (15 October 2005)
  28. Cambridge University has a funding gap (14 October 2005)
  29. The "transpose" problem in computing (14 October 2005)
  30. Deforestation allegedly does not increase risk of major floods (13 October 2005)
  31. PCBs and male fertility (13 October 2005)
  32. There are allegedly too few male primary school teachers (13 October 2005)
  33. EU interior ministers want more powers (12 October 2005)
  34. Blair defends his police state (11 October 2005)
  35. The NHS Confederation wants incentives to run the NHS (10 October 2005)
  36. More social engineering in schools (10 October 2005)
  37. What is the "expected" level for English in UK schools? (09 October 2005)
  38. Should badgers be culled? (09 October 2005)
  39. Greenpeace takes the piss on global warming (08 October 2005)
  40. European Space Agency Cryosat satellite lost (08 October 2005)
  41. The IAEA is awarded the 2005 Nobel peace prize (07 October 2005)
  42. UK government worried about effect of climate change on animals (06 October 2005)
  43. Tony Blair the comedian (06 October 2005)
  44. Big business in UK allegedly worried about climate change (05 October 2005)
  45. Iran allegedly behind attacks on British in Iraq (05 October 2005)
  46. Cambridge plastic being "recycled" allegedly ends up in China (04 October 2005)
  47. Exercise in midlife allegedly cuts risk of dementia (04 October 2005)
  48. A junket in London to discuss climate change (04 October 2005)
  49. Young children should allegedly be looked after by their mothers (03 October 2005)
  50. Europe's ivory market allegedly a problem (03 October 2005)
  51. Supercars that are allegedly eco-friendly (02 October 2005)
  52. New electricity transmission lines in Scotland (02 October 2005)
  53. John Lloyd of the Financial Times rewrites history (01 October 2005)
  54. US wants to keep control of the internet addressing system (01 October 2005)

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