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Tuesday, 20 November 2007

It's raining fish.

Whales, tuna, cod... the headlines are decidedly piscine today. What with the dumping of fish to meet quotas, the rejection of a ban on bluefin tuna, and the resumption of humpback-hunting, it's a bad week to have fins. Thought the sheer quantity of news deserved its own section. This will probably never happen again. Ever.

Green Alliance prompts the government to ensure that all households have a smartmeter installed in a new report, letting the residents know at a glance how much energy they're using.
Terry Macallistair reports on the incongruity between Gordon Brown's speech yesterday and plans for a new generation of coal fired power stations. Yep, think I see where he's going with that one... Read more.
Polly Toynbee also comments on Brown's speech here...
As does John Vidal.

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