Sunday, April 19, 2009


End of the week time, what do we have here?;

  • Patrick Harvie, the Scottish Green MSP has launched his new website. Flashy.
  • At the Anglo-Buddhist Combine Matt gets serious about Jean Lambert.
  • On the 4th of May there is a national "Turning strangers into citizens" rally in favour of the rights of migrant workers.
  • Police delete tourist photos. Wow, I feel so much safer.
  • Today's In Business on Radio Four was quite interesting on electric cars - not that the link's come up yet... watch this space.
  • Strike a blow for gender equality in pay? The F Word explores Sheffield council's approach.
  • Environmental prize goes to very deserving African activists.
  • The FT says the G8 has admitted it couldn't meet it's PR on hunger. Never.
  • Spotted this and thought it might be useful: Housmans - the excellent lefty bookshop near Kings Cross hires out a meeting room for up to 12 people for £25 a throw. Bloody good value for such a central location. Phone them: 020 7837 4473
And finally, for historical interest, archive TV footage with Malcolm X;

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