Britain heads for inconclusive election: poll
No political party has enough support to win outright control of parliament in Britain’s forthcoming election, raising the prospect of a period of unstable minority government, opinion polls showed on Tuesday.
18 Comments Citizen’s arrest of George W. Bush justified, court hears
Political activist John Boncore was entitled to try to arrest former U.S. president George W. Bush for war crimes, his lawyer told a Calgary court Monday.
86 Comments S.Korea, US launch war games despite N.Korean threats
Tens of thousands of US and South Korean troops Monday began an annual military exercise despite threats from North Korea, which claims the drill is a preparation for nuclear war.
15 Comments How the British Establishment is conspiring to prop up the AGW myth
News has just reached me that the great Professor Ian Plimer, scourge of climate-fear-promoters everywhere, has been suddenly disinvited by the Royal Society of Artists (RSA) from a lecture he was due to give in May before an audience including the Duke of Edinburgh.
7 Comments Call for Brown to face fresh grilling by Iraq inquiry over ‘discrepancies’ with evidence
Gordon Brown was last night facing demands that he reappear at the Iraq Inquiry after his top defence official flatly contradicted the Prime Minister’s claims to have always supported troops.