Azara Blog: May 2008 archive summary

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  1. A small number of people protest against third runway at Heathrow (31 May 2008)
  2. Yet more anti-smoking proposals (31 May 2008)
  3. Tony Blair launches a so-called Faith Foundation (30 May 2008)
  4. At least one BBC reporter does not hate GM crops (30 May 2008)
  5. Another review of biodiversity is made (29 May 2008)
  6. David King supports nuclear power (29 May 2008)
  7. Government wants to make drawings of child abuse illegal (28 May 2008)
  8. Gordon Brown seems keen on nuclear power (28 May 2008)
  9. MPs might stop expenses and instead get a huge pay rise (27 May 2008)
  10. Phoenix spacecraft lands on Mars (27 May 2008)
  11. Some group of MPs plugs "personal carbon credits" (26 May 2008)
  12. Joan Ruddock sticks two fingers up to the workers of Britain (26 May 2008)
  13. Jimmy Carter claims Israel has 150 nuclear weapons or more (26 May 2008)
  14. Boris Johnson scraps deal with Venezuela (25 May 2008)
  15. Beavers being re-introduced into Scotland (25 May 2008)
  16. IPPR proposes that the school summer holiday gets cut to a month (25 May 2008)
  17. Google means people find information on the web more easily (24 May 2008)
  18. Extra methane in atmosphere might be down to wetlands (23 May 2008)
  19. Working class kids should not be getting into Oxbridge as much as middle class kids (22 May 2008)
  20. San Francisco tries to introduce its own carbon tax (22 May 2008)
  21. Another vacuous report on the aviation industry (21 May 2008)
  22. So-called pro-life campaigners lose the latest vote on abortion (21 May 2008)
  23. First small part of NIAB site application is approved (20 May 2008)
  24. The head of CABE does not like cars (20 May 2008)
  25. One study claims carbon nanotubes could cause health problems (20 May 2008)
  26. MPs allow hybrid embryo research (19 May 2008)
  27. British people are allegedly driving less (19 May 2008)
  28. Clay Farm development gets outline planning approval (18 May 2008)
  29. Government advisor says plastic bag hatred is a diversion (17 May 2008)
  30. The world's wildlife is allegedly being wiped out (17 May 2008)
  31. Surprise, obese people eat more food (16 May 2008)
  32. Four glasses of apple juice a day will allegedly keep the clogged arteries away (16 May 2008)
  33. Small-scale biomass power plants allegedly not as green as large-scale ones (16 May 2008)
  34. Polar bear listed as threatened species by US (15 May 2008)
  35. UK might reward households for recycling waste (14 May 2008)
  36. Gordon Brown wants to link hospital pay with performance (14 May 2008)
  37. A link between small particulate pollution and blood clots (13 May 2008)
  38. Alistair Darling throws 2.7 billion pounds at tax problem (13 May 2008)
  39. Gordon Brown wants to "reform" the social care system (12 May 2008)
  40. David Cameron takes the piss over government by management consultant (12 May 2008)
  41. Chinese consortium wants to break the Boeing and Airbus duopoly (11 May 2008)
  42. Children with smaller vocabularies linked with depressed fathers (10 May 2008)
  43. Government solar power grants allegedly halved in number (10 May 2008)
  44. Gordon Ramsay doesn't like non-British food (09 May 2008)
  45. Great Tits are allegedly adapting to climate change in Britain (08 May 2008)
  46. The English allegedly throw out a third of the food they buy (08 May 2008)
  47. Britain should allegedly cut emissions by 90% by 2030 (07 May 2008)
  48. UK to move cannabis back from class C to class B (07 May 2008)
  49. Cambridge County Council releases "congestion" charge survey results (06 May 2008)
  50. Another study which claims that breastfeeding raises IQ (06 May 2008)
  51. UK postal service "liberalisation" not a benefit to small businesses and households (06 May 2008)
  52. The BBC complains about the Ryanair business model (05 May 2008)
  53. IPPR wants UK to spend £500m more on teacher training (05 May 2008)
  54. Last chance to give views over NATS airspace management plans (05 May 2008)
  55. Head teachers claim that Ofsted puts off people from becoming head teachers (04 May 2008)
  56. Trade unionist wants parents rewarded for spending "quality time" with their children (03 May 2008)
  57. Court wants to rule whether there should be a referendum on Lisbon Treaty (03 May 2008)
  58. Cambridge remains a Lib Dem town, but Arbury votes for Labour (02 May 2008)
  59. Global warming might pause for the next decade (01 May 2008)
  60. An alleged link between trees and (lack of) asthma (01 May 2008)

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