Saturday, 31 October 2009
Former French President Jacques Chirac is to face corruption charges relating to his time as Paris Mayor.
Thursday, 29 October 2009
Bob Ainsworth looked like he'd soiled himself when the report into the Nimrod crash blamed government penny-pinching.
Tuesday, 27 October 2009
Karadzic refused to attend court on the first day of his trial for war crimes in the Hague, demanding more time to prepare his case.
Tuesday, 20 October 2009
Only a couple of weeks since Murdoch endorsed the Tories and low and behold the Tories repay their master's kindness stating their plans to 'rip up' the BBC's Royal Charter. One thing you can always say for the Tories they're not hung up on quality, at least not for the rest of us anyway.
Tuesday, 13 October 2009
Trevor Baines collapsed in court today after being found guilty of money laundering in a $175 million scam and remanded in custody. Baines who is 493rd The Times rich list took part in the fraud in 2001.
Saturday, 10 October 2009
A controversial one this time. Discontent with British policing has been growing for some time, with the police often claiming they're unavailable to answer the needs of those who need them most. We hear all the time of families and individuals being victimised by young thugs, with the police calling this anti-social behaviour and label it low priority, and then hiding behind the tired old excuses of 'being tied up with red tape' and government's notions of not wanting to 'criminalise the young'. The law and the police do not criminalise anyone, the criminals do that to themselves by committing crimes, whatever their age. Perhaps the public (who are being badly let down by the system) might be a little more understanding if the police weren't so keen to arrest anyone who stands up for themselves, but only doing so out of frustration when the police refuse to help.