Azara Blog: March 2005 archive summary

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  1. A14 development plan unveiled (31 March 2005)
  2. Archbishop Rowan Williams thinks he's a politician (31 March 2005)
  3. Carbon dioxide levels still increasing (31 March 2005)
  4. More money to be spent on school food (30 March 2005)
  5. UN report on global environmental degradation (30 March 2005)
  6. The Tories hate GM food (30 March 2005)
  7. John Bolton should not be US ambasssador to the UN (29 March 2005)
  8. Britain a Thought Police State (29 March 2005)
  9. A new strain of "golden rice" (28 March 2005)
  10. An academic symposium on The Smiths (28 March 2005)
  11. Bourn Airfield Bank Holiday Market (28 March 2005)
  12. More hot air on climate change (27 March 2005)
  13. Abortion is a Holocaust (27 March 2005)
  14. London is mega-exhibitions land (26 March 2005)
  15. Wildlife cannot cope with global warming (25 March 2005)
  16. Healthy eating a middle class preoccupation (25 March 2005)
  17. Road charging is coming in Britain (24 March 2005)
  18. Review of use of primates in experiments (24 March 2005)
  19. Iraq war a crime of aggression (23 March 2005)
  20. 80000 homes need to be demolished yearly in the UK (23 March 2005)
  21. Female prisoners should be treated differently than male ones (23 March 2005)
  22. UK annual birdwatch survey (22 March 2005)
  23. Latest UK greenhouse gas emissions figures (22 March 2005)
  24. Blair wants to keep religion out of politics (22 March 2005)
  25. Condoleezza Rice a natural born comedian (21 March 2005)
  26. G8 conference in Derby (21 March 2005)
  27. UK GM crop study (21 March 2005)
  28. Anti-war protests in London (20 March 2005)
  29. Archbishop Williams hates abortion (20 March 2005)
  30. New A14 Speed Cameras (18 March 2005)
  31. UK Directory Enquiries (18 March 2005)
  32. UK 2005 budget (16 March 2005)
  33. UK farmers allegedly want to grow GM crops (16 March 2005)
  34. Practical Sustainable Development: the challenge of long term strategy in day to day Government (16 March 2005)
  35. Harlequin ladybirds deemed to be evil (15 March 2005)
  36. Abortion as an election issue (15 March 2005)
  37. Talking shop for environment and energy ministers (15 March 2005)
  38. Genetic tests and insurance in the UK (14 March 2005)
  39. Labour wants to win Cambridge at the General Election (13 March 2005)
  40. Two million people to die in the UK (13 March 2005)
  41. The problem of an ageing population (12 March 2005)
  42. UK inheritance tax takings soar (12 March 2005)
  43. Live in a Violent Universe (11 March 2005)
  44. UK backs down on CO2 emissions (11 March 2005)
  45. UK terror law passes (11 March 2005)
  46. BBC Question Time in Shanghai (10 March 2005)
  47. India wins landmark patent battle (10 March 2005)
  48. British Airways sponsors Kylie (10 March 2005)
  49. Nuclear powered space rockets (09 March 2005)
  50. Volcanoes spell the end of the world (09 March 2005)
  51. European Union patent law (08 March 2005)
  52. Europe pushes for fusion site (08 March 2005)
  53. House of Lords votes against Blair on terror bill (07 March 2005)
  54. A terrorist under every bed in the UK (06 March 2005)
  55. Fly and get someone else to pay for the environmental damage (05 March 2005)
  56. Drop in numbers of Asian post-graduate students in UK (05 March 2005)
  57. Cambridge snow photos (04 March 2005)
  58. Jack Straw says Syria should leave Lebanon (04 March 2005)
  59. ID fraud allegedly rampant in UK (04 March 2005)
  60. Eat local food to save the world (03 March 2005)
  61. Trade, Environment and Development: Issues, linkages, challenges and opportunities (02 March 2005)
  62. Addenbrooke's Hospital staff car parking (01 March 2005)
  63. Wolfowitz heading for the World Bank? (01 March 2005)

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