Index of Articles - October 2004 to March 2005

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March 2005
  • My oh my ... (male grooming and the gay market)
  • First the Stability Pact, now the Services Directive
  • Murder in Nairn - Alistair Wilson to be buried next week
  • New link added – Sokwanele
  • Let's tango on the Pampas ... (Buenos Aires as a gay destination)
  • Gym'll fix it ...
  • Now he tells us! (Lord Steel and the Scottish Parliament)
  • We're now on BST folks!
  • Taiwanese march to denounce Beijing threat against the island
  • Och, we'll hae nae skirrrts here!
  • Death-wish Flight
  • The Zimbabwean - a voice for those in exile
  • Tara on the beach - briefly sitting still
  • St Kitts bans gay Windjammer cruise
  • Tackling homophobia within the Police
  • Pawnbroking - still a fact of life in the UK, apparently
  • Student deaths in al-Basrah in Mahdi Army attack
  • Roman Catholic official 'tolerance' in Scotland
  • Torture - is it ever justified?
  • Do you know exactly what's in the new Civil Partnerships Act?
  • First the grey vote, now the gay vote
  • New links added - March 2005 - batch 2
  • Arrests at Saudi 'gay wedding'
  • Alarmingly accurate, I'm afraid
  • Self-publicising hyperbole alert
  • Lesbian and gay couples to benefit from same tax regime as married couples
  • The EU and its proposed Constitution
  • Paxo jibe rouses Commons 'numpties'
  • The little bird, she go more than 'tweet, tweet, tweet' ...
  • The chickens come home to roost for Sinn Fein-IRA
  • Links deleted from my Blogroll - March 2005
  • Reports of my decease are, happily, premature
  • House of Lords doing a very necessary job
  • SNP leader says 'independence not popular'
  • New links added - March 2005 - batch 1
  • Demetrius Panton to stand against Margaret Hodge at general election
  • News manipulation - Labour and its proposed Anti-Terrorism legislation
  • IRA offers to shoot killers of Robert McCartney
  • A spat among the 'kiddies' - about Scottish 'independence' forsooth!
  • Murder in Nairn - student background of Alistair Wilson to be investigated
  • Labour cold-calling
  • Eurovision 2005 - the UK heats
  • Is this really how our prisons are run?
  • The truth about the NHS is that state monopolies don't work
  • North Korea makes a joke ...
  • Out with the old, in with the new ... (my new car)

February 2005

  • Is Cuba exhibiting simple common sense, or an absurd level of paranoia?
  • Scotland's secret shame (religious bigotry)
  • Inside gossip mounts about who will be Mafia's next boss ... (i.e. the RC Church)
  • 'Evil implications' of the Prevention of Terrorism Bill
  • Shocking abuse ...
  • On having a 'comments' area in one's blog ...
  • 'Simpsons' Springfield to legalize gay marriage
  • The engagement is announced ...
  • Podcasts - the new Blogs
  • Turkey and its policies on homosexuality - in an EU context
  • Atkins Low Carbohydrate Diet - Weeks 76 to 87
  • Murder in Nairn - police search for men sighted in town on the night
  • Sorry for the absence ...
  • Missing Highlanders - the scourge of suicide
  • Foods that are bad for you - anything containing trans fats
  • What has happened to our moral compasses when discussing 'Immigration' and 'Asylum'?
  • Synthetic Phonics - sounds interesting!
  • Is this the LibDems 'playing politics'?
  • ID Card bill receives Third Reading
  • A calm and rational report on socialism ...
  • Scotland's representation at Westminster is dropping ...
  • Scotland swirls further down the socialist plughole
  • Charles to marry Camilla
  • Royal Navy releases tsunami earthquake images
  • Deal to ban 'homophobic' reggae
  • It made me laugh, anyway ...
  • Is it 'contemptuous' to tell it like it is?
  • Defrocked Roman Catholic priest Paul Shanley convicted of raping a boy
  • Now, be good and brush those teeth!
  • Murder in Nairn - police hunt for car in new clue
  • Holyrood and the BBC tapes
  • The perils of Broadband - a salutary tale
  • 'Taking Liberties' - ASBOs
  • 'Veritas', the latest vehicle for the (self-)promotion of Robert Kilroy Silk
  • Sharon and Abbas scheduled to meet next Tuesday in Egypt
  • Bird flu resurgent in Vietnam
  • This may not be true for much longer ... (re Caledonian MacBrayne)
  • 'Earth-shattering' secrets revealed under FOIA
  • Evenin' all .. are you gay, my lad?
  • Pope hospitalised
  • Gaelic Language Bill likely to pass
  • R.I.P. - Ivan Noble
  • Just another tale of intolerance from Northern Ireland ...

January 2005

  • Murder in Nairn - DNA tests on witness samples
  • Unbelieveable! Even Germany has surely taken logic too far ...
  • ECHR criticises Sweden for compuslory detention of gay man with HIV
  • Is the Foreign Office colluding in Uganda's anti-homosexual laws?
  • Bullies outgunned by the law
  • Police State Britain - Charles Clarke comes clean
  • Never again! (vain hope?) - 60th anniversary liberation of Auschwitz
  • EU constitution referendum question announced
  • Oman arrests at least 100 suspected extremists
  • Bush administration paid right-wing journalists to write opposing gay marriage
  • Britain is now, officially, to become a Police State
  • Taking the correct highway exit ...
  • Just a question of perspective ... (capital punishment)
  • Scotland's land laws are crazy - and becoming crazier by the day
  • Final four British Guantanamo detainees land near London
  • Bill pays tribute ... (i.e. he paid his tax)
  • More links added - under 'UK Politics' heading
  • Another Tory reveals just how out of touch they are ...
  • If I was a trekker, Nepal would be the place to go ...
  • A 'primer' on Opus Dei, for those following Ruth Kelly's career
  • Youth banned from own home for three months
  • You'll have had your tea?
  • Gays really are just like other people ...
  • The price of homophobia in the war on terror
  • New links added - under 'UK Politics' heading
  • Updated bio - 'who is Bill?'
  • New links added - January 2005 - batch 2
  • Glimmers of protest in the 'hermit kingdom' of North Korea
  • The revelation of British military abuse at al-Basrah ...
  • Airbus A380 to be unveiled officially later today
  • Murder in Nairn - murder weapon to be re-examined
  • Tories need to decide whether they want to win ...
  • The latest Conservative defector to jump ship ...
  • The view from one of my windows today ...
  • Cassini-Huygens probe lands on Titan, a moon of Saturn
  • Shootout at the OK Corral - averted (EU/US trade dispute
  • Don't mock your boss or your firm in your blog ...
  • LibDem List MSP Keith Raffan replaced by Andrew Arbuckle ...
  • The Party with the death-wish; it's the Conservative party, of course
  • Can this be true?
  • Four remaining Britons held at Guantanamo [may] have been released
  • Blair or Brown - or neither? You decide ...
  • would you hit a lady - well, would the lady hit me back?
  • Integrity in blogging - or lack thereof
  • New link added - January 2005 - a one-off
  • Blackmail is an odious crime ... just like hate crime
  • US military trial in Texas investigates alleged murder by its personnel in Iraq
  • What a load of utter twaddle in the Guardian ...
  • Where to go for a gay-themed winter break ...
  • 'Cocktail Wars' in the paradise island of Cuba
  • New links added - January 2005 - batch 1
  • An updated links policy for the New Year

December 2004

  • A happy, but sombre, new year ... (Indian Ocean earthquake and tidal wave)
  • On getting to understand the EU Constitutional Treaty
  • A brief hiatus in my hiatus ...
  • Avoid Earth - 29th April 2029
  • Time to take a break for Christmas
  • New link added - HoneyTom
  • Torture at Abu Ghraib and at Guantanamo - yet more allegations
  • Who are the 'idiots' who want to bring back Blunkett?
  • ID Card bill passes first hurdle in the House of Commons
  • Murder in Nairn - widow's plea
  • A 'modernised' Tory Party - will it ever happen?
  • What is it with the British government and Zimbabwe?!
  • Bertie accepts what anyone with any sense already knew ...
  • Deep-fried Mars bars - myth or reality
  • EU offers to open membership negotiations with Turkey
  • Ofcom orders further cuts in Broadband pricing
  • The government's idea of what it means to be British ...
  • Gerry Adams is outraged ...
  • Craig Murray - a brave man or a fool?
  • Croydon torturer (of gay man) convicted at Old Bailey
  • Law Lords to rule today on terror detentions in UK
  • 'Big Brother' is listening - in Zimbabwe, too!
  • Blunkett resigns as Home Secretary. Happy! Happy! Happy!
  • Labour 'dirty tricks' - allegedly
  • Another 'Wow!', this time for Google and its 'Google Print' project
  • Wow! - Millau Bridge (viaduc de Millau) opened in southern France
  • Murder in Nairn - Crimewatch appeal
  • Conservatives back Labour ID card bill - why?
  • Ukraine - Viktor Yushchenko poisoned with Dioxin
  • Ex-Conservative homophobe MP joins DUP
  • Police take no action on 'Gay Jesus' play
  • Murder in Nairn - widow speaks out
  • UK 'discriminated against Roma' - Law Lords ruling
  • Torture in Croydon. But he was 'only' a gay man.
  • Northern Ireland was in danger of succeeding ...
  • New Zealand civil union bill likely to pass today (i.e. tomorrow)
  • Coronach - 'A Musical Pepys Show'
  • Large oil find announced, west of Shetland
  • Murder in Nairn - gun found in drain about half a mile from crime-scene
  • Ukraine - Viktor Yushchenko was poisoned
  • Treatment of prisoners under US control in Iraq and at Guantanamo
  • Parliament standards committee to probe Blunkett 'ticketgate'
  • Who do you believe - 'Mr Bean' or David Blunkett?
  • Intellectual onanism at the BBC
  • The debate about ID cards continues
  • Crime and punishment in Britain today
  • There is at least some justice in the world
  • What makes you British?
  • I'll try to do better ...
  • Murder in Nairn - an update
  • Home Secretary Blunkett - should he remain in office?
  • Do you understand what's in the EU constitution?
  • Founder of Bilderberg group dies

November 2004

  • An evening of Sherry, mainly Andalucian wines and Tapas
  • Murder in Nairn
  • Interesting visits to my site
  • 'Murder on the links' - or at least close by!
  • Entirely predictable! (Civil servants cleared over Holyrood)
  • A walk on the beach in the 'gloaming'
  • Is the end nigh ... economically speaking?
  • Disability and Discrimination Bill reforms to improve position in workplace of those living with HIV
  • Atkins Low Carbohydrate Diet - Weeks 64 to 75
  • Home Secretary Blunkett proposes more dictatorial legislation
  • Brutal abuse and torture - and just a few miles from here across the Moray Firth!
  • National Trust for Scotland stands firm despite complaints from some 'homophobic' members
  • House of Lords passes Civil Partnerships Bill
  • A brief 'hiatus' until Monday
  • British diplomat praised by FCO, but remains suspended by it
  • Scotland to ban smoking in enclosed public places
  • US Attorney General John Ashcroft resigns
  • Tory Civil Partnerships Bill 'wrecking amendment' rejected
  • Laughably 'free and fair' (not!) hearings at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba
  • Oh, how right the EU Parliament was to blackball Buttiglione from the EU Commission!
  • That didn't take long ... (Republicans and 'redneck' politics)
  • More Andrew Sullivan ignorance about the Middle East
  • Government suffers spectacular defeat in North East devolution poll
  • Another gay hate attack in London
  • Homophobic reggae performer refused UK visa
  • President Bush re-elected for second term
  • Eleven US states ban gay marriage
  • Bermuda government proposes to legislate against homophobia
  • Rest in Peace - David Morley
  • Windfarms in Moray
  • A useful counterblast on the role of France in countering terrorism
  • Trouble in 'Middle Earth'
  • Tomorrow we may know (I hope!) the result ... (US elections)
  • ElBaradei issues N Korea warning
  • 'Sick Leave' in the public service

October 2004

  • Spring Forward - Fall Back
  • 'The Times' joins stable-mate 'The Sun' ... as a tabloid
  • Gordon Brown's desperate legacy becomes ever more glaring
  • EU Constitutional Treaty - signed on this day - 29th October 2004
  • New link added - Zimbabwe Vigil Coalition
  • The 'Hobbits' really did exist ... Homo floresiensis
  • Blunkett changes ID card scheme
  • Vote on new EU Commission delayed
  • Where words mean just what the powerful say they mean ...
  • Aberdeen Councillors ban National Front march
  • Doubts over biometric facescan technology
  • At last! EU to sue UK over heavy-handed customs
  • Kinloss RAF base 'off-limits' in security scare
  • Lebanon gay group fights to have law changed
  • Alan Hollinghurst takes 2004 Booker Prize
  • An honest politician ...
  • Our own values matter ... (re fight against Terrorism)
  • I'm 'Gourmet Girl' ... in a manner of speaking
  • Highly amusing, but my 'amour propre' remains intact
  • The pot calling ... (Chinese government hypocrisy)
  • Civil Partnerships Bill receives Second Reading
  • For those who think the war in Iraq was wrong ...
  • Out of an enormous pool of candidates a new chairman is chosen ...
  • Travel company ends ban on gay couples
  • Scotland may legislate to outlaw anti-gay hate crimes
  • Buttiglione rejected by key EU Parliament committee
  • Fun on the internet
  • Holyrood Parliament building inaugurated in style
  • Link added - Romseyredhead (Sandra Gidley)
  • After my earlier post - the sickening reality of terrorism in Iraq
  • WMDs - lack of in Iraq - my reaction
  • Holyrood maintenance costs likely to be high
  • Climbie social worker loses claim for wrongful dismissal
  • Mind the gap!
  • Why am I not surprised? (Scottish Parliament costs inquiry)
  • My dentist has been suspended ...
  • EU Justice Commissioner - "homosexuality is a sin"
  • Yes, the 'Holocaust' did happen and it was pre-planned
  • Many grassroots Tories remain as homophobic as ever
  • UK Customs continue to flout EU Internal Market rules
  • How the NHS works, if you are powerful
  • Article heading list for latest 6-month period (April 2004-September 2004) now up
  • Problems with Blogger template updates

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