While the floods and the bloody EPA preoccupy the country, other nasty things charge along regardless too e.g. this from Techdirt:
As governments around the world refuse to act in the wake of revelations about global spying, more and more people are launching legal actions to force them to address the problem. Back in December we wrote about several that had been filed in the UK, and now the well-known Chaos Computer Club (CCC) in Germany is launching its own legal challenge, in conjunction with the International League for Human Rights.
And even in the region of the unprovable, Govt does at least reveal that deliberate moves are something in its consciousness: Continue reading
Just spent the early morning making a pdf, as if there weren’t enough other things to do.
It works this way – someone sends something, in this case, Ian PJ and even he admits he hasn’t read it. There are two things I can do, as it’s close to 50 pages when edited.
Skim read first and if there’s anything of interest, then make the decision – wade through it and format it – it as all over the place, grammatically – or just say: “No time.”
This is available on the web anyway. Oh well, let’s go for it. Continue reading
This is probably right, reported by IPJ:
UK government to say it will be responsible for all government debt if Scotland votes for independence, according to sources
– UK government will seek a deal with an independent Scottish government on its share in debt.
– The referendum on whether Scotland should be an independent country will take place on Thursday 18 September 2014.
My question is how “seeking a deal” translates into “will be responsible for all”.