Friday, 23 January 2015


Moody's Microblog Daily Digest 150121 - yesterday's tweets as a single Web page

Plain cigarette packaging: pro-smoking groups and #Ukip condemn move - well, that sums up the Kippers...

#TTIP - facts, fiction and the future - typically 1-sided event - shame on @Europarl_EN @MalmstromEU @davidmartinmep

evidently @Europarl_EN thinks case for #TTIP so weak it doesn't dare risk having any critical voices raised; pathetic cowardice

UN urges Burma to condemn monk who called envoy ‘bitch’ and ‘whore’ - now it's buddhists flying the flag for religion

Chinese Director's Film For Greenpeace Shows How #Smog Changes Everything - beautifully done #china

China to Begin Security Vetting of Foreign Technology This Year - why #China must go open source

Why “Fast Track” is a Bad Idea - basically, it eviscerates democracy #TPP #TAFTA/#TTIP

Democrats Warn Obama They Don't Have His Back On Trade Plans - not such a cakewalk... #TPA

If ‘plain’ packaging does not deter smokers, why was industry against it? - exactly

BBC and ITV set to expand party leader debates to include Greens, SNP and Plaid Cymru - things start to move? #GE2015

Global Civil Society launches the Internet Social Forum - potentially big: we need something like this

Lord Blair's circumvention of democracy by bringing in Snooper's Charter as "amendment" is a disgrace & an insult -

Barrett Brown Sentenced To 63 Months In Jail For Daring To Do Journalism On Hacked Info - awful result

‘Snooper’s charter’: four Lords in bid to pass changed version before election - shame on these arrogant old men

Ban fracking, says former Tory environment secretary Spelman - "could derail efforts to tackle climate change"

Farage says plain packaging plan is ‘appalling intrusion into consumer choice and the operation of the free market’ -

"In a possible sign of the #Greens’ influence, Labour announced it was likely to back a moratorium on #fracking" -

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