Azara Blog: December 2006 archive summary

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  1. David Cameron claims he is a man of the people (31 December 2006)
  2. Saddam Hussein is executed (30 December 2006)
  3. Villagers do not want the Cambridge sewage works in their backyard (30 December 2006)
  4. Doing house work allegedly reduces the risk of breast cancer (29 December 2006)
  5. Cambridge cycling news (29 December 2006)
  6. The government wants to waste money on "e-credits" (28 December 2006)
  7. FDA says cloned animals are safe for human consumption (28 December 2006)
  8. Tories want to blow billions of pounds on high-speed trains (28 December 2006)
  9. Gerald Ford dies (27 December 2006)
  10. Having children is not good for you (27 December 2006)
  11. UN Security Council passes sanctions against Iran (23 December 2006)
  12. The Project for the New American Century winds up (23 December 2006)
  13. The BBC license fee is not going up as much as the BBC wanted (22 December 2006)
  14. Yet another warning about a global flu pandemic (22 December 2006)
  15. More pointless "research" looking into the future (21 December 2006)
  16. Some "think tank" produces another pointless report about universities (21 December 2006)
  17. EU brings airlines into emissions trading scheme (20 December 2006)
  18. Some British sea life has adjusted to climate change (20 December 2006)
  19. Addenbrooke's Hospital development plan panned by the county (19 December 2006)
  20. Electrical gadgets becoming a way of life in Britain (19 December 2006)
  21. Farmer withdraws from GM potato trial (18 December 2006)
  22. Planting trees in high latitude regions might do nothing for carbon emissions (18 December 2006)
  23. Rome observations (18 December 2006)
  24. The government says it wants new runways at Heathrow and Stansted (14 December 2006)
  25. Asia's greenhouse gas emissions will increase (14 December 2006)
  26. Ruth Kelly wants all new homes to be "carbon neutral" by 2016 (13 December 2006)
  27. Getting a sea creature to mop up carbon dioxide (13 December 2006)
  28. Tony Blair tries to blame Iran for the mess in the Middle East (12 December 2006)
  29. Arctic all-year-round ice could disappear by 2040 (12 December 2006)
  30. Tony Blair says he wants to cut red tape (11 December 2006)
  31. David Miliband likes the idea of carbon "credit cards" (11 December 2006)
  32. David Cameron sticks up two fingers to everyone who is not in a "family" (10 December 2006)
  33. Six Gulf states want to develop nuclear power (10 December 2006)
  34. Financial Times complains about "cost" of civil partnerships (10 December 2006)
  35. Thousands more post offices set to be closed (09 December 2006)
  36. Geoff Hoon claims the UK tried to stop the US disbanding the Iraqi army (09 December 2006)
  37. Cambridge city plastic bottle recycling (09 December 2006)
  38. Tories allegedly worried about family break-up (08 December 2006)
  39. Blair decides to give a speech about Islamic extremism (08 December 2006)
  40. Air travel industry is not impressed with Gordon Brown (07 December 2006)
  41. European Commission wants some cuts in catches of some fish species (07 December 2006)
  42. Bush policy in Iraq hammered by the Iraq Study Group (06 December 2006)
  43. There is allegedly no link between cancer and mobile phone use (06 December 2006)
  44. Australian parliament approves some human embryo cloning (06 December 2006)
  45. The Barker Review of the planning system is published (05 December 2006)
  46. Rice harvest harmed by "brown clouds" (05 December 2006)
  47. Blair wants to blow 20 billion pounds on new nuclear weapons (04 December 2006)
  48. EU agrees deal on "toxic chemicals" (04 December 2006)
  49. The world is going to have to develop new crop strains (03 December 2006)
  50. Douglas Alexander can't wait for road pricing (03 December 2006)
  51. Cambridge Labour Party chooses its parliamentary candidate (03 December 2006)
  52. Ted Sorensen interview in the Financial Times (02 December 2006)
  53. Cambridge has a one-day meeting on "sustainable energy" (01 December 2006)
  54. Eddington report recommends road pricing (01 December 2006)
  55. A GM potato trial is approved by the government (01 December 2006)

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