Posts tagged ‘Civil Servants’

July 1, 2013

Snowden’s Snowballs

edward snowden

If you were going to make the USA your biggest enemy, shhhurely you’d plan your travel arrangements a little better?  One way ticket to Mars anyone?

Edward Snowden’s grand whistleblowing revelations have not saved lives and were not super urgent so why did he not fly to a safe country before  making his announcements?  He could then skip along to the respective embassy that he would apply for asylum  and hey presto, relief and a new start while the USA initiated life-long legal proceedings for extradition.

Whilst Edward Snowden’s revelations have

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June 22, 2011

Civil Servants Strike

I received an email notification yesterday from the British Library advising me of the strike action taking place on the 30th June 2011 by all numerous public services.

Librarians join teachers, prison officers, immigration officials and other civil servants to strike, rally, protest over a 24 hour period. An estimated 750,000 people are expected to participate in this demonstration against pension changes, pay cuts and job losses.

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