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RESISTANCE IS FUTILE
The severe launch of an 82-year-old who challenged to quietly voice his dissent against the war in Iraq at this week’s Work gathering is a prime case of how Blair’s Government endeavors to smother free speech.
Its dubious Racial what’s more, Religious Scorn Charge is so draconian that indeed entertainers such as Rowan Atkinson fear indictment for brave to make a joke.
Meanwhile, Mr Blair’s developing hate for Parliament – the chosen chamber that is the centepiece of our majority rule government – implies he spends more time tuning in to his favored acolytes than he does those chosen to speak to the electorate. Mr Blair turned up for as it were six per penny of votes in the 2003-2004 session. An horrifying record.
STATE CONTROLLED MEDIA
This media-obssessed Government’s control over the professedly autonomous BBC is progressively apparent.
Having indecently asserted the scalps of Andrew Gilligan what’s more, executive general Greg Dyke after the Hutton affair, the BBC appears progressively perplexed to appear any shape of dissent.
The BBC took hours to get to holds with the Work heckler story, for example, not giving the story any genuine scope until the Ten O’Clock News – in spite of rivals running it noticeably hours heretofore what’s more, it making the front pages of numerous of the next day’s newspapers.
The maybe a couple BBC columnists who are not anxious to stand up to New Labour, such as John Humphrys, are pulled over the coals for light-hearted jokes about senior Bureau priests made at private functions. What’s more, figure who spilled the story? A previous assistant of Mr Blair’s top pick turn supremo, Alistair Campbell.
NO ACCOUNTABILITY
Mr Blair treats Government arrangements as occupations for the boys, with fellowships tallying for more than aptitude. His previous flat-mate, Charlie Falconer, is Master Chancellor. His predecessor, Master Irvine, was Blair’s guide at law school.

Tranquil past of displaced person Walter

Instructed at Ottershaw School in adjacent Chertsey, Mr Wolfgang volunteered to battle for his received nation in the RAF yet was unfit to serve since of a physical condition.
After the war, he qualified as an bookkeeper what’s more, selected to dedicate his life to peace by joining the Battle for Atomic Disarmament.
Mr Wolfgang, 82, who was captured at the Work Party gathering brandishing the CND identifications on his coat lapel, took part in the group’s to begin with walk in Aldermaston, Berkshire, to dissent against the fabricating of atomic weapons on home soil.
A year afterward he joined the Work Party what’s more, stood, unsuccessfully, as hopeful for North-East Croydon in 1959.
Mr Wolfgang, who was captured after he yelled ‘nonsense’ as Remote Secretary Jack Straw guarded Britain’s nearness in Iraq, faulted the current Work party administration for the intervention.
He told the Day by day Mail: “This would never have happened 10 a long time ago. This would never have happened under Harold Wilson what’s more, Jim Callaghan. At minimum they were certain of their claim

Family of shot Brazilian remember steps

He was under observation by police until he come to Stockwell Tube station, where he was shot seven times in the head by officers who erroneously thought he was a suicide bomber.
Bewildered
The family were presented to nearby businesspeople who knew Mr de Menezes as they made their way to the transport stop about half-a-mile from his flat.
Mrs de Menezes said: “He was a hard-working boy.
“They annihilated his life what’s more, at the same time annihilated mine. They had time to recognize who it was.”
Mr de Menezes’ guardians showed up confounded by all the consideration as they got out of the auto outside Stockwell Tube station.
After investigating the sanctum of blooms what’s more, messages by the entrance, Mrs de Menezes said tearfully: “Look what they’ve done to my son.”
The family at that point went inside the station to be appeared the spot on the stage where Mr de Menezes was shot as he attempted to board a train.
The doors to Stockwell station had been shut what’s more, Northern Line what’s more, Victoria Line administrations were not halting there until the visit had finished.
A sign by the entryway said: “On the ask of the police, this station will remain shut until further notice.”
Mr de Menezes’s guardians flew into England from Rio de Janeiro yesterday.
Botched operation
They arrived requesting “justice”, as more subtle elements risen of the messed up operation which driven to his death.
It was revealed recently that police boss knew an pure man had been shot inside hours of Mr de Menezes’s death.
Scotland Yard sources told daily papers that officers moved toward becoming concerned as before long as they checked the distinguishing proof in his wallet, what’s more, educated officers of their doubts.
The police did not concede they had shot an pure man for more than 24 hours.
According to the Evening Standard, senior officers have too talked of “utter confusion” amid the operation to track Mr de Menezes, with a arrangement of interchanges disappointments contributing to the tragedy.
Police groups were purportedly advised prior that morning – the day after the July 21 endeavored suicide bombings – that they may well have to start the Metropolitan Police’s shoot-to-kill approach in the event that stood up to by a fear suspect.
As well as going to the tube station, the de Menezes family are too anticipated to hold talks tomorrow with the Free Police Grumblings Commission (IPCC) – which is exploring the killing.
Scotland Yard is picking up the charge for flights what’s more, convenience on the trip.
The de Menezes family requested the acquiescence of Sir Ian in Regal at the point when ITV News detailed subtle elements of the IPCC’s inquiry, driving to claims of a cover-up.

What’s more, finally: I can’t stand my co-host

The match have displayed the 9am-1pm weekday space together for less than three months.
But their relationship has weakened so quick that Hayton amazed managers by giving in his take note midway through his most recent 12-month contract.
Hayton said: “It bubbles down to incompatibility. We did four hours of live Television each day what’s more, you have to like each other.
“I think incongruence wholes it up what’s more, I don’t think she would oppose this idea with that.
“I have been at the BBC for 37 a long time what’s more, it is the to start with time I have had a issue like this. Possibly it is just the law of averages.”
‘Life is as well short for bitterness’
Hayton beforehand displayed the One O’Clock, Six O’Clock what’s more, Nine O’Clock news notices on BBC1 what’s more, for the past maybe a couple a long time has secured releases for News 24 what’s more, BBC World.
He said he had got on broadly with past News 24 co-presenters Joanna Gosling what’s more, Anna Jones.
He said: “Perhaps I was ruined since we got on magnificently well what’s more, I went to work with a spring in my step.”
He added: “I clear out without any malice or, on the other hand bitterness. Life is as well short for that. The BBC is a superb equip what’s more, is without a doubt the world’s finest news broadcaster… It sounds silly yet it has been a benefit to work with such talented, devoted what’s more, pleasant colleagues.”
Hayton said he had no prompt plans as to what to do next.
Silverton, 35, is a previous moderator of BBC daytime makeover appears Enormous Solid Young men what’s more, Housecall.
The fabulous Durham College brain research graduate worked as a corporate agent for an venture bank in the City some time recently choosing on a profession in the media, what’s more, has risen quickly through the ranks.
She started her Television vocation as a student with BBC Look North some time recently landing her to begin with work as a columnist what’s more, moderator for Tyne Tees.
Presenting stretches on ITV1’s We Can Work It Out, Five’s The Wright Stuff what’s more, the BBC’s Paradise what’s more, Earth Appear followed.
Conflict
But while shooting a pilot for the End of the week program in 2003, Silverton purportedly came to blows with co-host Bar Liddle.
Former Today supervisor Liddle said: “I made a doltish remark about the handicapped which Kate appropriately took special case to. We took the battle out of the pilot. It’s great to get these things out some time recently we go on air. My profound respect for Kate knows no bounds.”
Silverton said at the time: “We fight. There’s going to be a few conflict.”

‘It’s a shambles’ Blunkett concedes disappointment of CSA

Mr Blunkett gave a individual expression of remorse to one mother who has been holding up four a long time for youngster bolster installments what’s more, guaranteed her that he would mediate to guarantee that the cash begun getting to her inside days.
Speaking from Brighton, where he will today give a keynote discourse to Labour’s conference, Mr Blunkett told GMTV: “None of us can be in any question that the CSA, over numerous years, has not delivered. It has been a finish shambles what’s more, I am totally decided that we are going to do something about it.
Sweeping reforms
“There is going to be a root-and-branch reform. I will distribute it some time recently Christmas. We will set in put a finish modification in the way in which the structures work.
“I am going to declare today that, as well as that, I need to set up a passage some time recently individuals get into the CSA. We need to as a matter of fact look at how we can mollify or, on the other hand mediate.”

‘He kissed our child farewell some time recently savage suicide mission’

He was one of four planes who conveyed out assaults on the capital that day.
But his 21-year-old widow, who gave birth to the couple’s second youngster after the atrocities, said she accepted her accomplice could not have cleared out without saying goodbye to their toddler, Abdullah.
She told the paper she accepts she heard him on the stairs of their Buckinghamshire home: “I feel beyond any doubt he couldn’t have gone through with it without seeing him one last time.
“He kissed our youngster farewell what’s more, at that point crawled off to blow up King’s Cross.
“In the morning I found he’d cleared out the keys on a table downstairs. He clearly had no more utilize for them.”
‘Disappeared for days’
The couple, both changes over to Islam, met over the web what’s more, hitched in 2002 when, she said, he had been a “peaceful man who cherished people”.
But Lindsay, who utilized the Muslim name Jamal, changed after they moved from Huddersfield, West Yorkshire to Aylesbury, what’s more, took to vanishing for days on end, going by mosques around the country.
She had accepted he was at a mosque that game changing Thursday, yet said at the point when police met her what’s more, appeared her CCTV film of her husband, her “world collapsed”.

Bomb offer suspect arrives in England

A caravan of vehicles, counting police outriders, was holding up to take him to the high security Paddington Green police station what’s more, there was too additional security around the air terminal perimeter.
The 27-year-old Ethiopian-born fear suspect, too known as Hamdi Isaac, will be formally charged at the police station.
He will show up at Bow Road Magistrates’ Court, sitting at the high security Belmarsh complex in south east London, tomorrow morning.
The process of bringing Osman back to the UK started early this morning.
At just some time recently 9am, he was taken from his cell at Rebibbia imprison on the edges of Rome what’s more, driven in a jail van to Ciampino airport.
On landing the caravan drove up to the front of the holding up plane what’s more, Osman, who had a cover over his head, was brought out by police officers.
Amid tight security, he boarded the plane at just after 11am English time.
The points of interest of the operation to bring him back were kept a nearly watched mystery by Italian what’s more, English police, what’s more, indeed Osman was not told which
day he would be returning to the UK.
Osman, who is charged of attempting to blow himself up on a prepare at Shepherd’s Bush, west London, has been held in Rome since his capture there a week after the endeavored bombings.
He has as of now been addressed at length by English what’s more, Italian anti-terror police in the Italian capital.
Judges there had concurred to an removal ask by English experts be that as it may the process of returning him to England was postponed at the point when Osman’s Italian legal advisor Antonietta Sonnessa appealed.
The claim was lost on September 13, after which the Italian experts had 10 days to mastermind his return.
The short length of the removal process, two months, has been hailed as a victory for the new framework of European capture warrants for fear suspects.
During his interviews with police in Italy, Osman guaranteed his rucksack “bomb” was pressed with flour what’s more, was implied to startle individuals yet not hurt them.
Three other asserted would-be suicide planes have been charged in the UK over the fizzled bombings.

US supported as Tropical storm Rita picks up quality

The storm quickly picked up compel as it headed over the Bay of Mexico, pressing winds of at minimum 100mph.
It is anticipated to escalate what’s more, hit Classification 4 status by 2pm (7pm BST) today. On the off chance that it veers east what’s more, strikes Louisiana the impacts could be devastating.
State authorities said they were taking “extraordinary precautions” as they cautioned that debilitated levees would not adapt with another battering.
Governor Kathleen Blanco cautioned inhabitants they ought to be arranged to clear at short notice.
“We are working on it, we will bargain with it, we need to secure lives again,” she said. “Our to begin with mission is to spare lives.”
New Orleans Leader Beam Nagin suspended plans to permit inhabitants to return to their homes since of the recharged threat.
Rita is the ninth tropical storm to shape in the Atlantic this season. The National Sea tempest Focus said it would likely hit Texas on Friday or, on the other hand early Saturday.
A obligatory clearing arrange was called in
Galveston, Texas while the state’s National Watch troops were reviewed from the Katrina alleviation
effort in Louisiana.
And authorities made plans to exchange evacuees cleared out destitute in the consequence of Tropical storm Katrina, from Houston to Arkansas.
President Shrubbery made his fifth visit to the crushed locale recently to meet business pioneers what’s more, get an refresh on the alleviation efforts.
‘Now is the time to crouch down’
Rita headed west at around 15mph with hurricane-force winds expanding 30 miles from its centre.

Cherie: That b**** Princess Anne

The Prime Minister’s wife, an vigorous anti-monarchist, is said to have disturb the family with her ‘prickly what’s more, aloof’ way amid remains at Balmoral what’s more, a staunch refusal to curtsey to the Ruler at the point when they meet privately.

She is said to loathe the illustrious corgis, which bring her out in a rash, what’s more, finds it ‘disgusting’ that the puppies are permitted to sit at the Queen’s feet being nourished titbits at mealtimes.

She too professedly detests her yearly remain at Balmoral with the Prime Minister, portraying one of their visits as visitors of the Ruler as ‘too fantastically ghastly for words’.

Author Paul Scott makes the claims in his book Tony & Cherie: A Unique Relationship.

It is distributed today by Sidgwick & Jackson, an engrave of PanMacmillan, which is behind a arrangement of legitimate political biographies.

Recent distributions incorporate John Sergeant’s ponder of Margaret Thatcher, Maggie: Her Lethal Heritage what’s more, telecaster James Naughtie’s examination of Tony Blair’s relationship with the U.S., The Unplanned American.

Downing Road has distinctly declined to deny any of the assertions made in the book. Among Scott’s claims are:

It is the subtle elements of the Blairs’ stressed relationship with the Illustrious Family which will cause the most humiliation at Number 10.

Mrs Blair’s crack with Princess Anne is said to date back to 1997, at the point when they met for the to begin with time at Balmoral.

The Princess Illustrious showed up to take an moment despise to Mrs Blair after the Prime Minister’s spouse recommended she call her ‘Cherie’, the book claims.

Princess Anne professedly replied: “Actually, let’s not go that way. Let’s stick to Mrs Blair, should we?”

At the Queen’s Brilliant Celebration festivities in 2002, the Blairs are said to have bothered the Illustrious Family by muscling in with an unscheduled walkabout.

Mrs Blair saw the Princess Illustrious what’s more, said Hello, yet Anne turned her back without saying a word.

A angry Mrs Blair is said to have reacted by saying: “That bitch totally blanked me.”

According to Scott, not one or the other of the Blairs looks forward to their yearly visit to the famously cool what’s more, drafty Balmoral.

But while Mr Blair keeps up a discretionary appear of ‘bonhomie’, his spouse battles to camouflage her displeasure.

She is said to loathe the Balmoral customs of a 6am reveille by a bagpiper, a strict dress code which adequately outlaws pants for ladies (the late Ruler Mother was said to be ‘ mortified’ at the point when Mrs Blair wore pants to lunch on her to begin with visit) what’s more, the necessity of all guests to curtsey to the Queen.

Although Mrs Blair, who turns 51 this week, has reluctantly concurred to curtsey in public, she rejects in private. Agreeing to the book, Sovereign Philip, in particular, is ‘hopping mad’ about this. She too endures an hypersensitive response to the hide what’s more, plumes of the stuffed creatures what’s more, chasing trophies which enhance Balmoral’s palace walls.The Queen’s corgis moreover set off her allergy.

“Every time she strolls into the put her eyes bulge, go red what’s more, start to water,” said one insider.

“She comes out in red blotches what’s more, her nose runs constantly.

“By the time she takes off she has lost her voice completely. It is unadulterated torment for her.” The corgis posture a specific problem.

“Cherie totally detests the creatures,” said one source cited in the book. ‘She considers it is sickening that they hang around her feet (at mealtimes).

“She said it was peculiar that at the point when they let out a yap a footman would have to escort them outside, hold up for them while they went to the toilet, what’s more, scoop what they cleared out behind.”

In turn, the Ruler is said to be irritated by Mrs Blair’s ‘hectoring legalistic tone’.

The evident tensions, however, did not stop the late Ruler Mother welcoming Mrs Blair to an evening tea party for her elderly ladies companions amid a Balmoral holiday. Concurring to Scott: “It was not just tea yet a enduring supply of sherry that was on offer to the titled OAPs.

“The party started in a cultured enough manner, be that as it may as the evening advanced it consistently slid into a unruly singalong with the Ruler Mother driving from the front what’s more, demanding that a embarrassed Cherie join in each tune.”

Mrs Blair, says Scott, created an nearly break even with despising of visits to President Bush’s farm in Texas after a trip there in 2001. She was said to be goaded by the President’s ‘appalling manners’. More recently, Work Party staff were said to have been ‘amazed’ at the point when Mrs Blair passed them an 8,000 hairdressing charge after her Mayfair stylist, Andre Suard, took a month off from his salon to take after her on the battle trail.

Scott moreover proposes the Illustrious Family accepted Mrs Blair had been close to the Princess of Wales.

A dooming journal of Work double dealing

So we presently learn that the Government’s ‘war’ on drugs wasn’t propelled to handle the catastrophe of addiction. No, it was imagined up half an hour some time recently Mr Blair was due to show up on TV, to move the center of the meet away from a push he was having with Gordon Brown.
And it doesn’t stop there.
The open more than once misled… the Bureau diminished to impotence, while turn specialists take essential decisions… the tormenting what’s more, paying off of the media… Alastair Campbell taking charge of the respects framework ‘to get a great story’… the picture of a exploitative what’s more, broken Government is devastating.
Time was at the point when a gladly fair Common Benefit would have moved paradise what’s more, earth to stand up to such Clerical excess. Instead, previous Bureau Secretaries Sir Richard Wilson what’s more, Sir Andrew Turnbull gently went along with each Blairite demand. What’s more, still the Whitehall machine tries to blue pencil the awkward points of interest of the Prime Minister’s behaviour.
Mr Cost needed to reveal, for example, that after losing an race in Grains Mr Blair more than once seethed against the ‘f****** Welsh’. That was cut out of the distributed variant of the journals at the request of the mandarins, who moreover expelled a guarantee that the Prime Serve appeared to ‘relish’ sending the RAF to bomb Iraq in 1998.
So were such last-minute erasures truly fundamental in the interests of national security? Or, then again are as far as anyone knows autonomous authorities acting as political functionaries to save Mr Blair embarrassment?
One thing is sure. This Government has so truly undermined measures of honor in open life that it is no longer trusted on anything. These journals record a world of of dinginess In New Labour’s to begin with term. Has anything changed since?
Debt of honour
Never in the field of human strife was so much owed by so numerous to so few… 65 a long time on, London at last discloses a commemoration to the Fight of England what’s more, the epic try that spared our civilisation.