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Monday, 2 October, 2006

  • Newsnight
  • 2 Oct 06, 07:02 PM

cameron.jpgThe opening of the Conservative Party Conference; football and bungs in the light of Lord Stevens' inquiry statement today; and a surge in numbers of Iranian women attending university - what does it mean for the future of the Iran?

We'll also have reaction to the school shootings in Pennsylvania.

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  • 1.
  • At 07:52 PM on 02 Oct 2006,
  • Rif Winfield wrote:


Re the final sentence on your report today, announcing that you'll be speaking to a senior member of the Shadow Cabinet.
Why are there apparently never any JUNIOR members of the Shadow Cabinet?

  • 2.
  • At 10:34 PM on 02 Oct 2006,
  • Benedict of Bournemouth wrote:

There is a pleasant refreshing mood of eager teddy bears in Bournemouth... of families who don't want to destroy each other, of people who have never had a vindictive moment or used the law to get criminal justice on someone they didn't like... the Howard era seems to be overising...

But is it a new era of Cablameiron..the Cameron blairism merger of social morals with a bit of thatcherism embracing and uplifting us into complete ignorance yet virtue and denial of our controversial social realities fighting to re-equilibrise the vendettas of society so we can assert ourselves without politics for the futures we always wanted...

It is like the weather on Sunday... driving winds near terra firma and gentle clouds in the upper stratosphere... that is our future...

All the news is still at the bottom of society where the battles are fought and the leadership is needed...

Despite the nice feel of visiting conservatives.. we will vote Brown..he is our sort of real man..

TLC

  • 3.
  • At 10:58 PM on 02 Oct 2006,
  • Quentin reidford wrote:

I have just watched, in amazement, a BBC commentator describe a company, formed in 1946 as OLD.
I was born in 1946 therefore I have just been classified as OLD.
This is now against the law - I have been discriminated against, because of my age since i was 50. I am a qualified architect, forced into self employment because of ageism and I resent the BBC endorsing any opinion that anything from 1946 is old.
See you in Court

  • 4.
  • At 09:04 AM on 03 Oct 2006,
  • Brian Kelly wrote:

I have just read that despite all the mismanagement of New Labour..., decent,intelligent people, are still saying they would vote for Browne /NL...it really beggars belief!!.
I was going to list ALL their fault lines , but the list is so long this posting would read 2007!Even if you don't like the Tories or Lib/Dems, UKIP, Crazy loony party, The Greens,BNP,etc,etc... don't vote NL back in power again... next time it will be a very very long 5 yrs & the country will never recover...we will just be another European Satellite.
Wasn't it a strange coincidence that on the 1st day of the Tory conference news that police had Questioned Tory cash donors... we learn today that these were old stories ..back in May & July regurgitated by a NL biased? newspaper to embarrass the Conservatives! It's reported Labour have the excess baggage here..... When their Party Treasurer went on National TV to complain that he was unaware of these loans...that was surely the cash-nail in their coffin.

  • 5.
  • At 09:10 AM on 03 Oct 2006,
  • chris wrote:

It isnt a company its an organisation of business men who support the conservative party and in that context probably is old.

Not difficult to see how things are going to get out of hand with this new law. The lawyers get a field day as usual.

  • 6.
  • At 05:37 PM on 03 Oct 2006,
  • cabdikariim adam( SWEDISH) wrote:

I AMA VERY HAPPY YOUR NEWSNIGHT PROGRAMME, YOU ARE THANKS HAW YOU SUCRIFIDE YOUR GOLDEN CHANCE TO ME I AM ONLY REQUESTING TO SEND ME ALOT OF NEWS ABOUT DIFERENT ISSUE SUCH AS SPORT,POLITICAL NEWS,TECHNOLOGY AND SCIENCE, AND SO AND SO THANK YOU THOUSAND TIMES.

  • 7.
  • At 07:40 AM on 04 Oct 2006,
  • Rachel Michael-Spencer wrote:


I was shocked to read of this shooting.It was particularly ironic that it should have taken place in an Amish school.I did not have time to watch your programme,but I hope that it was not treated as a one-off experience, as some valuable lessons may be drawn from in-depth analysis as to how such a bloody massacre could take place.

  • 8.
  • At 05:12 PM on 04 Oct 2006,
  • Emma Lindequist wrote:

Just thought I'd let you know that the "POSH" insert won't play properly on my computer. And just when I thought it was all getting a bit 'Bertolucci' and remembering 'The Conformist'. "Go figure"....

  • 9.
  • At 05:14 PM on 04 Oct 2006,
  • Emma Lindequist wrote:

Hmmmmm....and the "posting" of my previousl comment didn't work seamlessly either! Fun stuff, Technology!

  • 10.
  • At 11:43 PM on 08 Jun 2007,
  • luke wrote:

Above mentioned lady, Shamless Akrobati (Director of Liberty, an organisation "fighting" for human rights), never "fights" a cause outside Britain - or the West. She knows, fighting the horrible human right abuses in Somalia, Sudan, Algeria ... you name it, is very DANGEROUS and DOESN'T PAY well.

She then better fight the Gov... The worst thing that can happen to her is to be elected ambassador to XYZstan, world bank, EIBRD, UN or some other place well paid by tax money. I bet we see her there in 7 years time.

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