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My fascination with the British Monarchy continues to grow as my stay in the UK lengthensNo Snickering - That Road Sign Means Something Else - NYTimes.com
ah....the noble fourth estate!
In the scale of embarrassing place names, Crapstone ranks pretty high. But Britain is full of them. Ask the residents of Titty Ho, North Piddle, Spanker Lane or Penistone.Treatment of Alan Turing was “appalling” - PM | Number10.gov.uk
"While Turing was dealt with under the law of the time and we can’t put the clock back, his treatment was of course utterly unfair and I am pleased to have the chance to say how deeply sorry I and we all are for what happened to him. Alan and the many thousands of other gay men who were convicted as he was convicted under homophobic laws were treated terribly."
The Prime Minister has released a statement on the Second World War code-breaker, Alan Turing, recognising the “appalling” way he was treated for being gay.
"We’re sorry, you deserved so much better."
did everyone read this: The Prime Minister has released a statement on the Second World War code-breaker, Alan Turing, recognising the "appalling" way he was treated for being gay. > http://www.number10.gov.uk/Page20571Charlie Brooker: To politicians, we're little more than meaningless blobs on a monitor | Comment is free | The Guardian
Via Ed Mitchell
strangely similar to the ongiong crisis in membership organisations...?
I'm going through that periodic "who can I bring myself to vote for?" dilemma and this just makes it worse. Just one good party would be enough. (via Lee)
Charlie Brooker gets serious.