Azara Blog: December 2008 archive summary

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  1. Cars should allegedly be fitted with speed-limiting devices (30 December 2008)
  2. Gordon Brown is against allowing people to die (30 December 2008)
  3. The world is allegedly too variable for UK wildlife (30 December 2008)
  4. Current food production system allegedly showing "structural failures" (30 December 2008)
  5. Raymond Blanc wants people to spend more on food (23 December 2008)
  6. SHAC members convicted of conspiracy to blackmail (23 December 2008)
  7. Cambridge will allegedly be gridlocked in 2020 (17 December 2008)
  8. Mekong region allegedly at threat from development (17 December 2008)
  9. Competition Commission wants BAA to sell Stansted and Gatwick (17 December 2008)
  10. Surprise, the Cambridge Lib Dems oppose the A14 upgrade (13 December 2008)
  11. The people of Manchester vote against the so-called congestion charge (13 December 2008)
  12. Jury finds police lied over de Menezes killing (13 December 2008)
  13. An alleged correlation between religion and anti-nanotechnology views (08 December 2008)
  14. Stansted Airport brought to a standstill by middle class protestors (08 December 2008)
  15. Cambridge City Council butchers Byron's Pool area (07 December 2008)
  16. McKinnon hacking case plea to Gordon Brown (07 December 2008)
  17. Surprise, rich kids have more active brains than poor kids (06 December 2008)
  18. Happiness is allegedly "infectious" (06 December 2008)
  19. More intelligent men allegedly have better sperm (06 December 2008)
  20. Yet another report on reducing UK emissions (02 December 2008)
  21. Space organisation wants more money thrown at the "threat" of asteroids (02 December 2008)
  22. Judge says that Jean Charles de Menezes was not killed unlawfully (02 December 2008)

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