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, Nov 04, 2013
Stock markets might be booming in the USA but the great recession lingers on when measured by unemployment.
, Nov 01, 2013
Remember when MPs actually asked meaningful questions during question time? Alas, those days are over, but in the UK at least one retiring Lib-Dem has stuck his neck out. Plus other political snippets along the way.
, Oct 31, 2013
The union bosses are back in charge of the Labor Party, to no one's surprise. And why is jam and the traditional British breakfast under threat?
, Oct 30, 2013
British naval officers have a new weapon in their fight against piracy. Somali pirates, it seems, are frightened off by the sound of Britney Spears.
, Oct 28, 2013
The police and the mainstream media are dealing softly, softly with Friday's assault on members of Sydney's Jewish community as they walked at Bondi after a Jewish Sabbath dinner.
, Oct 25, 2013
Climate Action Tracker [has] concluded that against a background of stalled climate talks, current analyses of climate policies show that governments are less likely than ever to deliver on the Copenhagen pledges, let alone keep global warming below 2°C.
, Oct 24, 2013
Opposition Leader Bill Shorten is showing some political nous in largely avoiding the debate about the role of global warming in the New South Wales bushfires.