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Could King’s Cross cope during a terrorist attack?

I have serious worries about how King’s Cross would cope if there were to be another terrorist attack. I was at the station last night when all trains in and out of the station were cancelled due to signal failures. As you can imagine, it was chaos. If King’s Cross cannot communicate and immediately operate an effective emergency strategy in these circumstances, what chance do we...
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No 10, Nick Robinson and the Mongolian ambassador

Who do you think was waiting for us when we arrived at No 10 yesterday with our post office petition? None other than the BBC’s political editor Nick Robinson, I wonder who gave him the tip off about our visit. He was very charming and said he remembered me being on the Andrew Marr Sunday AM programme along with himself and other political bloggers (not sure I believe this) and happily...
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Govt urged to apply for bluetongue funding immediately

A few days ago a Dutch vet warned that livestock farming in East Anglia could be decimated unless a vaccine is available in time. So it is very welcome news that the European Commission will co-finance a mass bluetongue vaccination campaign across the EU. The plans, which include meeting the full cost of purchasing the vaccine and 50% of administrative costs, will be paid out of the EU budget....
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