Tag Archives: Boris Johnson

New World Order (and astrology)

  In astrology, Saturn is associated with restriction and limitation. Where Jupiter expands, Saturn constricts. Although the themes of Saturn seem depressing, Saturn brings structure and meaning to our world. Saturn knows the limits of time and matter. Saturn reminds … Continue reading

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Call the Fire Brigade

Reposted from the Guardian The real reason the Tories want to scrap fire and rescue authorities The government has embarked on a scorched earth strategy in its attempt to impose cuts: if you can’t beat them, abolish them The Fire … Continue reading

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Water cannon could be used against protesters within months

Reposted from Politics.co.uk Water cannon being used against anti-government protesters in Turkey. Water cannons have arrived in mainland Britain and could be used against protesters within months, Boris Johnson confirmed today. The controversial weapons arrived on British soil in the … Continue reading

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Cameron will shoot himself in the foot with anti-union laws

Reposted from Labour List Last week, we reported that the Tory election fund is likely to be three times as big as Labour’s – and that was before we learned about them auctioning off a tennis match with David Cameron and Boris … Continue reading

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Water Cannon Debate

I’ve just finished watching the live webcast, from City Hall in London. Basically the senior police officers gave a power point presentation about how wonderful it would have been if they had the use of water cannons during the Student … Continue reading

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London’s Fire Stations Survived the Blitz, But Not Boris Johnson’s Balance Sheet

By Paul Embery Regional Sectetary, Fire Brigades Union (London)  Ten London fire stations which between them have stood for 855 years, protecting and rescuing generations of Londoners from Zeppelin raids, train crashes, terrorist attacks, the Luftwaffe and countless major fires, closed … Continue reading

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