Thursday, April 11, 2013

Six of the Best 341

Cllr James Baker is speaking against the 'snoopers' charter' at an Open Rights Group meeting in Manchester on Saturday.

Chuka Umunna does not impress Mark Pack: "Someone with real leadership ability, and not just a Wikipedia entry talking about it, would have behaved very differently."

David Hencke argues the Association of Chief Police Officers' proposed ban on announcing arrests will be an own goal for justice.

"Vets from the British Veterinary Zoological Society who work with wild and exotic animals have publicly questioned the government's badger culling policy and the British Veterinary Association's support for badger culling," reports Farming Online.

Brick Fetish outlines the history of interlocking building bricks for children.

"Located in the sunny (That's a lie) south UK, and hidden in the precision manicured grounds of lakes and gardens in Cricket St Thomas is a forgotten childhood relic being left to crumble. All those familiar with the Noel Edmonds Houseparty show running in the 1990's will remember Mr Blobby as the shows ridiculous mascot. Mr Blobby's house was an attraction some children may have been lucky enough to visit in the short time it was open. The park closed in 1999 and since then has been left to the elements." 28 Days Later has photos of the ruins -  "Look on my works, ye Mighty, and despair!"

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