Monday, July 30, 2007

News roundup 2

BBC may be prosecuted for offering £40,000 to child smugglers. But hey… atleast they will be given truth lessons.

FOREIGN lorry drivers are sticking two fingers up to Britain’s legal system by failing to turn up for trials, ignoring safety standards and refusing to pay speeding tickets. Bloody foreigners…

Junior doctor shortage causes cancelled operations. That’s a good way to save money even if it does put lives at risk. Maybe it’s also because of the shortage of NHS trauma beds?

Vc hero Tul Bahadar Pun was fighting for his life last night after suffering a stroke. If he wasn’t allowed here he would be dead by now. He should be given more than £1584 per year though. No one can live on that here.

Primary schools hit English and maths targets 5 years late. Well atleast Labour have been successful at something even if they are 5 years late.

A Scarborough pleasure boat, which was involved in the Dunkirk troop evacuation, has been prevented from sailing between Scarborough and Whitby because of EU red tape. Bugger off Brussels!

Muslims protest over pet food factory that could ‘rain down’ pork. They could always leave.

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