Azara Blog: May 2006 archive summary

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  1. Law Commission proposes unmarried couples be given some rights (31 May 2006)
  2. Someone wants to convert disused railway lines to roads (31 May 2006)
  3. European Court of Justice says EU-US air passenger agreement is illegal (30 May 2006)
  4. Eurocrats wants ordinary EU citizens to save the world (30 May 2006)
  5. More home abortions in the UK (29 May 2006)
  6. Some quango wants Heathrow re-located (29 May 2006)
  7. Cats and grey squirrels allegedly devastating songbird population (29 May 2006)
  8. David King says nuclear power should be used more in the UK (28 May 2006)
  9. UK Attorney General wants more people convicted of serious offences (28 May 2006)
  10. Sick picture warnings on cigarette packets (27 May 2006)
  11. Trumpington does not want a waste recycling centre (26 May 2006)
  12. London might monitor carbon emissions (25 May 2006)
  13. UK government makes pension proposals (25 May 2006)
  14. International nuclear fusion agreement moves ahead (24 May 2006)
  15. MPs produce another vacuous report on the environment (24 May 2006)
  16. Some of Britain's doctors criticise complementary medicine (23 May 2006)
  17. Another possible global warming mechanism (23 May 2006)
  18. Cameron says be happy (22 May 2006)
  19. Reid wants victims of crime to be on parole boards (22 May 2006)
  20. Some exhibitions at the National Gallery in London (21 May 2006)
  21. Home Office labels thousands of innocent people as criminals (21 May 2006)
  22. Al Gore preaches the global warming gospel at Cannes (20 May 2006)
  23. Iraq has a new government (20 May 2006)
  24. Rail fares are allegedly exorbitant (19 May 2006)
  25. Lib Dems propose silly "green" taxes (18 May 2006)
  26. New antibiotic discovered (18 May 2006)
  27. More so-called affordable housing should be built in rural areas (17 May 2006)
  28. Ofsted says school mathematics teaching is not great (17 May 2006)
  29. Blair backs nuclear power (16 May 2006)
  30. European Court of Justice says NHS should pay for treatment in Europe (16 May 2006)
  31. Slovenia to join the Eurozone (16 May 2006)
  32. Study of the "bleaching" of coral in the Seychelles (15 May 2006)
  33. Government wants "core British values" to be part of school curriculum (15 May 2006)
  34. Blair says he will sign animal testing petition (14 May 2006)
  35. Blair wants to water down Human Rights Act (13 May 2006)
  36. Bush claims that spying on Americans is legal (13 May 2006)
  37. Labour government chooses half measures on pensions (12 May 2006)
  38. Lords vote down terminally ill patient bill (12 May 2006)
  39. Cambridge might get road pricing sooner than the rest of the UK (12 May 2006)
  40. Ken Livingstone wants to raise car access tax again (11 May 2006)
  41. Report by MPs on London July bombs (11 May 2006)
  42. UK Attorney General calls for closure of Guantanamo Bay detention camp (10 May 2006)
  43. Possible method for predicting coastal earthquakes (09 May 2006)
  44. Yet another investigation into UK supermarkets (09 May 2006)
  45. NIAB site being developed (08 May 2006)
  46. Stansted second runway delayed yet again (08 May 2006)
  47. Peter Hain apologises over all-woman shortlist (07 May 2006)
  48. Campaign to remove Blair (07 May 2006)
  49. Brazil opens uranium enrichment facility (06 May 2006)
  50. Blair sacks and shuffles loads of cabinet ministers (05 May 2006)
  51. Goss resigns as head of the CIA (05 May 2006)
  52. Arbury Labour Party a bit late (04 May 2006)
  53. MPs claim the future of university science is under threat (04 May 2006)
  54. Yet another report on climate change (03 May 2006)
  55. British people are allegedly less happy than they used to be (03 May 2006)
  56. Americans allegedly not as healthy as the English (03 May 2006)
  57. Some UK quango wants more government action on "green" lifestyles (02 May 2006)
  58. The Tories want more school buses (02 May 2006)
  59. Loss of biodiversity is increasing (02 May 2006)
  60. Power firms allegedly making windfall profit from carbon trading (01 May 2006)
  61. The UK public allegedly want annual carbon reduction law (01 May 2006)

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