Azara Blog: December 2005 archive summary

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  1. American World War II cemetery in Madingley (31 December 2005)
  2. Cambridge has a dusting of snow (30 December 2005)
  3. US government investigates leak of illegal government spying (30 December 2005)
  4. Campaigners want to fast-track yet another breast cancer drug (29 December 2005)
  5. Free fruit for children allegedly successful (29 December 2005)
  6. First Galileo satellite launched into space (28 December 2005)
  7. The chattering classes want the workers to consume less (28 December 2005)
  8. EU is going to miss Kyoto targets (27 December 2005)
  9. Harlequin ladybirds threatened by "conservation" body (27 December 2005)
  10. Congress extends the so-called Patriot Act by one month (23 December 2005)
  11. South Korean human stem cell results allegedly fabricated (23 December 2005)
  12. Some Labour MPs don't like nuclear power (22 December 2005)
  13. Blair visits Iraq (22 December 2005)
  14. So-called Intelligent Design thrown out of court (21 December 2005)
  15. North-eastern US states sign an emissions plan (21 December 2005)
  16. Parkside residents don't want a new bus location (20 December 2005)
  17. NEC develops a new battery (20 December 2005)
  18. Carbon emissions not being counted correctly (19 December 2005)
  19. Bush admits to spying on Americans (18 December 2005)
  20. Switzerland moves forward on assisted suicide (18 December 2005)
  21. EU budget deal finally concluded (17 December 2005)
  22. Shell cuts North Sea exploration plans (17 December 2005)
  23. British government arrested their own agent (16 December 2005)
  24. British internal migration switches northward (16 December 2005)
  25. Bush finally supports anti-torture law (15 December 2005)
  26. Alistair Darling visits Cambridge (15 December 2005)
  27. Another warm year (15 December 2005)
  28. Cambridge University approves new IPR rules (14 December 2005)
  29. Lib Dems want to get rid of Kennedy (14 December 2005)
  30. Another extinction report (13 December 2005)
  31. Council of Europe report on US torture allegations (13 December 2005)
  32. Abortion allegedly causes mental anguish (12 December 2005)
  33. MPs are better educated than the public as a whole (12 December 2005)
  34. Cameron sets up environmental policy group (09 December 2005)
  35. BAA releases plans for second runway at Stansted (09 December 2005)
  36. Government approves guided bus for Cambridgeshire (09 December 2005)
  37. UK government cannot use evidence that might have been obtained by torture (08 December 2005)
  38. More GM animals being used in animal experiments (08 December 2005)
  39. Rice says US will not torture people (07 December 2005)
  40. Oxford Street has a lot of pollution (07 December 2005)
  41. Married people somehow considered worthy of tax breaks (06 December 2005)
  42. Lawsuit over CIA torture (06 December 2005)
  43. Stress not good for healing (06 December 2005)
  44. Material for "recycling" just sent abroad as ordinary waste (05 December 2005)
  45. Ideas for managed zoos and woodlands (05 December 2005)
  46. Airbus sells some planes to China (04 December 2005)
  47. China, Munch and Rubens exhibitions in London (03 December 2005)
  48. ACLU sues CIA over illegal activities (03 December 2005)
  49. EU governments congratulate themselves for formalising snooping (02 December 2005)
  50. Gordon Brown wants a new tax on property development (02 December 2005)
  51. US paying for propaganda in Iraqi newspapers (01 December 2005)

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