Wednesday, 16 June 2010

David Cameron: 'It is painful to work with former IRA chief Martin McGuinness'
Well, I suppose that if we prosecute soldiers for Bloody Sunday, we must also prosecute McGuinness and Adams, just to avoid the charge of bias. Then, too, there is moral responsibility to consider: the murders McGuinness and Adams connived at were deliberate, the massacre was a situation that got out of control. (No one told the soldiers in advance - "go down there and kill a bunch of catholics.")

How Lush made a meal out of fox hunting

Hey corporate retailers and anti-hunt lobbyists make good bed-fellows - both are accustomed to lying if they can get a benefit from it and both think their ends justify almost any means.

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