Azara Blog: January 2006 archive summary

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  1. Blair defeated on Religious Hatred Bill (31 January 2006)
  2. Council backs down on traveller site on Cowley Road (31 January 2006)
  3. Some local residents don't like that station area development plans (31 January 2006)
  4. Yet another greenhouse gas report (30 January 2006)
  5. The Lib Dems want to partly close down Victoria Avenue and Maid's Causeway (30 January 2006)
  6. Almost half of women in UK allegedly want abortion 24-week limit reduced (29 January 2006)
  7. John Lloyd, the worst FT columnist? (28 January 2006)
  8. Pointless UK quango report on the future of transport (27 January 2006)
  9. Global sea levels rise possibly accelerating (27 January 2006)
  10. Survival of Culture (27 January 2006)
  11. Much of the British public apparently doesn't like evolution (26 January 2006)
  12. Prince Charles wants people to walk and cycle more (26 January 2006)
  13. Coral reefs and mangroves are valuable (25 January 2006)
  14. Move to stop people scattering ashes on Scottish mountains (25 January 2006)
  15. Carbon Trust promotes wave power (25 January 2006)
  16. Go to Switzerland if you want to die with dignity (24 January 2006)
  17. Prelimianary report by Council of Europe on CIA torture flights (24 January 2006)
  18. More mumblings about nuclear power (23 January 2006)
  19. National Express opposes bus station at Cambridge railway station (23 January 2006)
  20. Grey squirrels to be killed to "save" red squirrels (22 January 2006)
  21. UK Child Commissioners want end to "smacking" (22 January 2006)
  22. The UK leads the way in keeping DNA profiles of its citizens (21 January 2006)
  23. Survival of Empires (20 January 2006)
  24. Mobile phone use allegedly does not lead to a greater risk of a brain tumour (20 January 2006)
  25. Kids think scientists are brainy (20 January 2006)
  26. Clarke leaves cannabis as class C drug (19 January 2006)
  27. Corruption in China (19 January 2006)
  28. Cambridge plumps for new bus stops on Parkside (18 January 2006)
  29. Lords defeat the government on terror laws (17 January 2006)
  30. Incineration to be increased in Britain (17 January 2006)
  31. Jim Skea gives talk in Cambridge about energy research (17 January 2006)
  32. Jack Straw reads from an old script when talking about Iran (16 January 2006)
  33. UK government does not want to publish cost of ID cards (16 January 2006)
  34. Changes in diet allegedly behind alleged increase in mental illness (16 January 2006)
  35. Blair now wants to be able to bug MPs legally (15 January 2006)
  36. US Stardust probe lands back on Earth (15 January 2006)
  37. Iran allegedly wants to hold a conference on the Holocaust (15 January 2006)
  38. Gordon Brown: patriot or scoundrel? (14 January 2006)
  39. Michael Palin likes to fly but apparently thinks nobody else should (14 January 2006)
  40. US launches attack inside Pakistan (14 January 2006)
  41. Norway sets up a seed bank (13 January 2006)
  42. The UK government will continue to waste money on school milk (13 January 2006)
  43. Ordinary plants found to produce methane in the laboratory (12 January 2006)
  44. Global warming might be leading to decline in some frog populations (12 January 2006)
  45. Blair wants to refer Iran to the UN (11 January 2006)
  46. Gordon Brown is borrowing too much money (11 January 2006)
  47. Asia-Pacific Partnership on Clean Development and Climate meets (11 January 2006)
  48. Blair deserves no respect (10 January 2006)
  49. Cough medicine allegedly does not help (10 January 2006)
  50. Vegetables allegedly reduce blood pressure (10 January 2006)
  51. New planning application for Simoco site (09 January 2006)
  52. Violent video games allegedly make people more aggressive (09 January 2006)
  53. Anti-depressants allegedly do not increase risk of suicide (08 January 2006)
  54. Charles Kennedy throws in the towel (07 January 2006)
  55. Tom DeLay throws in the towel (07 January 2006)
  56. There are too many people on the planet (06 January 2006)
  57. Vitamin D in mothers helps children grow stronger bones (06 January 2006)
  58. Charles Kennedy at the abyss (05 January 2006)
  59. Hotter summers will allegedly cause health problems in Britain (04 January 2006)
  60. People who live in rural areas allegedly have better mental health (04 January 2006)
  61. Palmer, Persia and Rousseau exhibitions in London (04 January 2006)
  62. Top UK universities allegedly racist (03 January 2006)
  63. Muslim leader doesn't like gays (03 January 2006)
  64. Rail passenger groups cry over increases in rail fares (02 January 2006)
  65. Pizza Hut allegedly should not be allowed on Mill Road (02 January 2006)
  66. UK postal service delivery monopoly broken (01 January 2006)
  67. Government allegedly gives patients more choice (01 January 2006)

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