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Earlier this year, Twitter has given prestige to not run when the government came calling call 2703 (d) control (eg a search warrant, but with much less privacy protections) in related information concerning individuals associated with Wikileaks. He also wondered else
had received the order and had not in front of him. Some information is emerging, and it seems that Google and Sonic.net ISP received such requests, at least for Jacob Appelbaum. Sonic.net said that, too, fought the request, but lost. Then he fought for the query made public, it has finally arrived, although some details are still under seal:

Sonic
said the government has fought and lost, and was forced to provide information. Against the order was "quite expensive but we thought it was the right thing to do," said the general manager of Sonic, Dane Jasper. The government's request includes the email addresses of people that Mr. Appelbaum is compatible with the last two years, but ... not all e-mails


It is unclear whether Google has fought the same order. The company says that it will not comment on specific cases. It's nice to see that Sonic was ready to fight for their users (which continues to strengthen the company's reputation as a leading provider of Internet user ). It is likely that the government sent these orders to many others. In the case of Twitter that there were several people under investigation, not only Appelbaum, but it is unlikely that most others have used Sonic . net. Most likely, other ISPs and other service providers receiving orders, and whether or not they fought against the government never know. Meanwhile, the government continues its fishing expedition against Wikileaks, but apparently no has not yet found a smoking gun
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The era of the printing of words on dead trees, perhaps to an end, but that does not mean people are not reading or writing more. When e-readers/e-books/tablets finally take control, it is not surprising that the volume of reading material produced will be much, much greater than ever was when the most advanced technology was the printing press. These are just a few projects that journalists play so you can adapt to a fully digital future.
  • The New York Times began to experiment with some software projects that can help spread your news. Beta620 is supposed to be "a place for anyone to propose and collaborate on new ideas and products" - and perhaps it is time for the New York Times to break the line of companies / paper Netflix / url Qwikster entities similar .. .. []
  • school newspaper published his writing in the Middle textbooks online through the life of the project. These students of the seventh created a blog - is it the future of journalism? [url]
  • writing of textbooks printed journalism is not an easy task. People who write for love or reputation. But even in the evolving field of journalism, there are still some platitudes like "know your audience and how to achieve them." [url]



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The Role of Higher Education White proposes that universities should train students for future work. But not all scholars are ready

Kim Hughes

studies of a chocolate bar in the way most of us consider a diamond necklace. She has no idea what to eat, but admire its design and efforts to build it. After completing the training program graduate Nestlé last year, is now a "specialist focused on improving" by reviewing the systems of production of confectionery products.

Hughes has faced hundreds of other candidates in a selection process trying to earn their place in Nestle, but admits he was lucky to have graduated before your chances of finding work declined dramatically.

The latest figures from the series of Education Statistics Agency higher among the graduates of 2010, only 62% were employed six months after leaving university with a 7% combining work and study . This is an improvement over the previous year, but remains well below pre-crisis levels of credit.

universities minister, David Willetts, took over the numbers to justify the proposals presented in the paper white of higher education, for universities to work with employers to develop courses and "Kitemark "and to stimulate job training for students. He also spoke of the great gap between different schools, ranging from a high of 100% of employment at the University of Buckingham to 78% at the University of East London, as evidence that inefficient courts should be named and embarrassing, so students can make informed decisions on what and where to study.

However, many experts are less enthusiastic about the prospect of training students for work. Wendy Piatt, director general of the elite Russell Group, says his member institutions aim to provide students with basic skills such as problem solving, analytical skills, creative thinking and innovation, so that s 'adapt to new environments. "The development of these skills and qualities of high-level, rather than specific vocational training, is one of the vital functions of the universities should play," she said.

Professor John Brennan, director of research in higher education and information at the Open University, studied graduate employment for the past 20 years and sees the real danger of "vocational training" moving "Education for Life" in the student experience.

"employability of graduates is a shared responsibility between employers and universities, but you really have to consider if you're in the business of preparing students for their first jobs or careers in life, "he said. "I would say in the UK, there is often a transition period of four or five years out from a graduate college and become established in his career."

In a research project, from Brennan United Kingdom and Germany, the systems, concluding that the graduates in each country could be "the same point" of the late 20, the Germans spent a long period of higher vocational education, while Great Britain has gained experience in the job after a much shorter career.

"There are real benefits to the British system of having a short study at the university," said Brennan, "but you have to do what can reasonably be taught in a program three years and that is best left until graduates start their career? "

Brennan is the first to admit that the supply of relevant work experience, such as placements and internships, may be of great use. The real problem, apparently shared by graduates, the Government intends to allow companies to influence the content of the basic curriculum.


According to the report, employers expect graduates have attributes, including teamwork, communication, leadership, critical thinking, problem solving and management skills, including in addition to knowledge of their subject degree.

"There is a tendency for employers want graduates ready in the oven and it is unfair that some are abandoned by their universities and are at a disadvantage compared to other graduates applying for jobs," said David Harbourne, director of advanced research which commissioned the University of Glasgow to carry out the study.
"Some scholars believe employability according to the office of the college and career will get their hands dirty with it. There is a balance needed, but no one can dispute that a scholar of English literature is is not to think about the work they will do after graduation. "



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students at Hendon love the weekly visit of a farmer, is one of the elements that help you comply with the Children's Manifesto

attendance record Angel Hendon, a large spacious north London, is poor. It comes in one day a week. But that day made all the difference. Because Angel is a white farmer and his job is to help students who encounter problems. "Angel is there for vulnerable children," said Sue Fella, the children each school business manager and a former social worker. "One guy was pretty isolated, so that gave Angel to look after. If you take a dog around the school, people talking, right? Road Angel received the confidence of a child and began talking to people. "

animals - including George the poodle, poodle Fred, Guinea pigs and a fish tank - is only one of the innovations that make the school Hendon close to matching all the points of the Manifesto children, said the school must have perfect animal care.

At first glance, the school of Hendon with net addition of eight and more than 1,300 students, is a promising candidate for one of the best schools in Britain. The original construction in the early 20th century is surrounded by the "new building" - a block of 1960 with peeling window frames. There is a scattering of portable classrooms. Science labs still have wooden benches. But when age and downs of architecture, the staff began to illuminate. The director, Kevin McKellar, personally dipped a brush into a pot of emulsion purple and made manifest the will of "the prohibition of gray, black and brown school." In each lane in ruins, the reign of bright colors. A tree in source form, decorated with ice in winter, is at the center of the courtyard where students gather. Only seven years, the school was in special measures. Now, 82% of students at a * - C at GCSE.

But according to students 9 years Payal Gopal, academic success is not making your special school. "It's the atmosphere," she said. "Everyone gets along well with others. We all listened to each other. "There is an active school council table and the voice of the student," You Said "and" what we were doing "columns. An example: You said: "We want more say in how the school uses the budget." What we did: we were told that Mr. McKellar gave the student council and students £ 1,000 a vote on how to use the money to benefit the school. "Not only listen, but to take the children's comments seriously and make changes accordingly," says the manifesto.


"opportunities to go abroad and learn other languages ??and cultures" is on the manifest. Hendon is a specialized language school and is proud of its multiculturalism, all learning together world is the motto of the school. Flags of students in the country house of paper walls. There are classes on Saturday mornings, Arabic, Japanese, Chinese, Spanish and Latin.

trips are also closer to home. Tours, for many, in fact, it was difficult to make an appointment for a guided tour of the school and everyone has always been an activity. Some were "travel time" to Stonehenge or archaeological excavations. 9 years had gone camping in Hertfordshire. More than 40 other students have made a weekend of outdoor activities in Devon. No one is left side. A hundred "unsung heroes" are treated to a trip to Southend. "Not the best for children and not children who misbehave," said Doonan. "It's a special trip for those who are sometimes not enough attention. "
The school is included in every direction. There is no provision for deaf students, and each teacher has the name of his company is in the lobby. This is the first thing you see when you enter there is a sign of the week, when I visited, was independence. There is also a unit of autism, where Guinea pigs are kept.



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We have heard much talk about job creation, Obama speaks after the working day, but it contains everything that might work?

Obama discovered the severity of the recession. That's what he told an audience in Chicago last week. To be fair, he was referring to the review of data from the Commerce Department shows that the fall in GDP was larger than initially reported.

But a fool is right. He and we knew that the more people were unemployed. Employment figures have been told that the hole size and the desperate need for government action.

This type of ridiculous comment, and the weak response from President Obama to the recession in the first two and half years of his presidency, said the wave of skepticism about his next speech widely promoted in the jobs of the festival week postpartum. The list of remedies has been disclosed in advance does little to inspire hope.

At the top of the list of measures to create jobs is spreading the reduction of 2 percentage points of the social security payroll taxes. This is not to give impetus to the economy, because it remains in place a tax that was already there, but if the court is allowed to end in early 2012, will be a drag on growth.

As the social security program is fully reimbursed for lost tax revenues, but there is always the possibility that Republicans used as a base to attack the program. Taking into account the will of President Obama to support reductions in social security, it is understandable that this part of his work schedule does not generate much enthusiasm.

A second element is often called a bank infrastructure. This would allow the government to address long-term investments in infrastructure costs and capital depreciated over its expected useful life, rather than costs to be paid in full within the next year the construction takes place. It's a good policy and accounting (the same approach used by both private companies and state governments), but it will not create many jobs and much less in the next two years.

Other items on the list are less clear. On bad days, we learned that President Obama will promote trade agreements with Panama, South Korea and Colombia. These offers are all issues in the best, but even his supporters can not say with all the seriousness it will generate a significant number of jobs.

tie

subsidize the social security tax. It is difficult to understand why President Obama has adopted the same approach.

Of course, we must not be defeatist about creating jobs. Anyone who cares knows how.
At the top of the list should be an employment program for young people who would be the model of the Civilian Conservation Corps. There are many parts of the country where the rate of youth unemployment is 40-50%. These young people have no real chance to find a job. Provide work or near minimum wage, street cleaning, parks and abandoned buildings in the neighborhood can make a big difference in their lives -. And significantly improve local


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Sola

Vietnamese artist creates performance pieces with the farmer, aged between 50-75. Alfred Hickling talks to her about her work is constantly changing, drought and rain

in a stuffy room in the center of Naples, a group of Vietnamese peasant women being on stage. They are not professional actors, but farmers aged between 50 and 75 who had never left their villages, much less was transplanted into the streets full of trash from the chaotic city of Italy. Slowly start swinging, as if the wind shakes a rice field. While their movements are simple, have a quality that is sometimes furtive ritual quite surreal. By tilting the head gently nodding tops of the conical straw hats resembling a fungal strain abroad.

not easy to say that this act enigmatic, is intended to be - it's hard to call it theater, because no one speaks. It is difficult to characterize it as dance, because artists barely move.

The play, called The drought and rain, is the creation of Vietnamese-French director, choreographer and performer Ea Sola.

as a rare example of a Vietnamese theatremaker with an international profile, Sola was invited to drought and rainfall in the Naples Theatre Festival, after which it will be seen in Edinburgh and London Sadler Wells. However, it does not become an artist to provide products for the international festival circuit - in fact, he hesitates to call herself an artist at all, "I'm not an intellectual," he said. "I just the jungle, I just spent three months in school. "

Sola was born in Lam Dong, in the highlands of southern Vietnam (who refuses to say when, stating only that "age is an illusion"). His father was a fighter resistance in the war against the United States, and in 1974 fled the country in its original French, Polish, Hungarian mother, finally settling in Paris. The experience was extraordinary. "I grew up in a world beauty who came to Paris and suddenly everything was huge, mechanized and terrifying, "he said. "I needed to rebel, to save me."

daily Sola took to the streets and stood still until seven o'clock. "It was my way of saying, I do not belong here, I'm not one of you has been an incredible experience - I learned to control my body and observe the reactions of people around me, I discovered how to handle the pace, tension. and space. Finally, I met people who told me what I was doing was performance art. "

Among the artists and intellectuals who found Sola was the Japanese Butoh dancer Min Tanaka, the founder of an agricultural colony in Japan, where Sola spent some time with other artists who tend to the rice fields. He also received encouragement from composer György Ligeti. "Ligeti gave me the confidence to continue my exploration of memory and consciousness. I miss him a lot."

return to France, street events Sola earned a reputation as a cult. But she yearned to return to their country of origin, and in 1990 a grant from the French Ministry of Culture allowed to return to Vietnam. "I cried and kissed the ground," she says, "but it was horrible. The war and the embargo had destroyed everything. The country was in the dark."

Sola goal was to create a music theater piece inspired by the collective memory of the war. His research led him to remote villages in the northern delta of the river where the pockets of traditional culture is still preserved. "Vietnamese culture comes from the people and the earth," says Sola. "Art is made by farmers. Just no time or strength to the left of the culture when people need each hour of the day to get the next meal. " Traditionally, Vietnamese women stop dancing after the wedding. However, in many cities, only older women recalled the rituals and celebrations of his youth. "They were women who had taken up arms to survive, and became the guardian of the dance," says Sola. "I realized that for the work to be sincere and authentic, it would have to do with women themselves."

Music was provided by a traditional percussion granted, strings and distinctive circular "moon lute" Vietnam, led by Nguyen Xuan Son, a school teacher in northern Vietnam Cheo the music people. Although most images were Sola purely abstract, in the heart of the play was an allegory in which the sun and rain battled for dominion over a helpless population - a reference to the war and the Vietnamese climate extremes. "The room was in the minds of men of war," Sola said, "but somehow the tragedy of Vietnam is the constant struggle with nature. People must fight against time to survive. "

Sola in 2005 created a second version, different from the room with the classically trained dancers of the Ballet de l'Opéra National de Hanoi. "I wanted to work with a young generation born after the war was over. They said they never thought about the war seems to have no influence on their lives. But gradually the stories began to emerge. Young dancer had a father rarely spoke did not realize who had fought in the war, I said .. "Now I begin to understand the silence of my father .'''



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Scientists

ask citizens to control their chestnut trees for signs of damage caused by leaf miner worm

Fighting Games

traditional conker is threatened by an invasion of alien moths, conservation experts warned Thursday.

In response, gardeners, hikers and other bright-eyed observers are requested by the universities and the Forestry Commission to monitor Buckeyes in damages for the destruction of caterpillars of the leaf, which the government called an "exotic pest".

for the first time in the leafy suburb of Wimbledon in London nine years ago, the horse chestnut leafminer has spread outside the capital at a rate of up to 60 km (37 miles) year. Botanists thought wilting and discoloration of leaves, caused by small caterpillars nest, "was not lasting damage, but signs are emerging that the infestation may retard the growth of the tree -. And the worst

Darren Evans, professor of conservation biology at the University of Hull, who is conducting a joint study with the University of Bristol, said: "One of the traditional games of the country could be threatened, because infected trees produce small butterfly Conkers abroad. It is serious enough to invite people from all over the country to see if the chestnut trees in the region were infected. "

The study is based on a database created by the Forestry Commission involving 3500 leaf Watchers last year. Their reports show that the moth, a species of the genus or family of moths Cameraria unknown until their discovery in Macedonia in 1978, had spread to Cardiff and North Norfolk town of Wells-next-the-Sea.

leaf mining is child's play as Conker. Larvae cause large white spots on the leaves then dry and turn brown. Inexhaustible greed, the larvae live in colonies as large as 700 in a single sheet and can defoliate a large tree in the middle of summer, leaving apparently died.

chestnut affected recover and germinate in the spring, but become weak and produce little if Conkers years of miners' strike after year. The study could lead to measures taken by the owners to eliminate infestations, but monitoring can show that the natural predators of caterpillars are on the rise.


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The Obama administration says that if the opponent can not defend themselves, not a war. "Military action kinetics," anyone? The Obama administration has developed an extraordinary justification for going to war against Libya without congressional approval required by the Constitution and the War Powers Resolution of 1973.

departure of U.S. aircraft entering the airspace of Libya, who are the target location, they throw bombs and bombs are killing and injuring people and destroying things.

is war

. Some say it is a good war, and some say the war is bad, but certainly war.

However, the Obama administration insists that it is

not

war. Why?

Because, according to "the Activities of States in Libya," a 32-page report that the government last week, "U.S. operations have nothing to do with the struggle of assets or exchanges of fire with hostile forces, or which involves the presence of U.S. troops on the ground, U.S. casualties or threat, or a significant potential for escalation in a conflict characterized by these factors. "

In other words, the correlation of forces is so skewed in favor of the United States than Americans die or are in danger of death. The war is a just war, apparently, when Americans die, when

that

die. When only

that

, Libyans, death is but it is still, apparently without a name. When they attack, it's war. When they attack us, it is not.

This can not be classified as anything but strange thoughts and depends, in turn, in a strange fact: that nowadays it is possible for some countries (or perhaps only ours), for the first time in history, to wage war without receiving a scratch in return. This was done almost in the bombing of Serbia in 1999, in which a single American plane was shot down (and the pilot rescued).

War Powers Resolution allows the president to initiate military operations only when the nation is directly attacked, when there is "a national emergency created by attack upon the United States, its territories or possessions , or its armed forces. "The Obama administration, however, justify their actions in response to Libya, precisely because of this there is no threat to the invading forces, much less in the territories of the United States.

There is a parallel here with the administration of George W. Bush on the question of torture (although needless to say that the parallel between the Libyan war itself, I oppose, but whose merits can be reasonably debated, and torture, which is totally wrong). President Bush wanted the torture, he was asked not to be considered torture, so he was able to obtain counsel for the Department of Justice to write his legal opinion excluding certain forms of torture, including simulated drowning, the definition of the word. These practices have been called for "enhanced interrogation techniques."


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Many people accused of crimes of rioting last week denied bail by the magistrates

A teenager who stole clothes and accessories worth more than $ 1000 in a design shop in central London to prison after pleading guilty to charges of theft and violent unrest in the one of the most stylish of London.

Quiassaca Mario, 18, student, was one of 60 young people went to Sloane Square on Monday night and made their way into shops and businesses, including a currency exchange and a branch of Hugo Boss.

Quiassaca, who lives in the real estate of Churchill Gardens near Pimlico, central London, it was found that seven new issues of Hugo Boss in his possession when police raided the apartment of his family, including a Puff quilted jacket. Together they were valued at £ 1133.

For the third consecutive day of frantic peace courts across the country, Quiassaca was one of many cases to be heard in connection with the riots and looting.

In London, 1,132 people were arrested and 693 charged, according to the Metropolitan Police. Across the country, police arrests and 1600 796 people were before the court, the Department of Justice.

Speaking for the prosecution in the City of Westminster Magistrates Court, said Malachy Peckenham Quiassaca told detectives he wanted to cause chaos and was motivated by the resentment of the police, who said had arrested him while he was on his way back in football. He wore latex gloves during their looting to avoid leaving fingerprints on objects, Peckenham added.

Quiassaca Appearing with Charlie Burton also 18, who pleaded guilty to violent unrest in Sloane Square, but told police he left the scene after seeing the other children behave "like a pack animals. "He admitted that he went to Sloane Square to" create chaos ", but after the dumping of a container with wheels on the road to prevent access by police, he went home and told his mother what had happened. Burton, an apprentice in TranServe in Battersea, south London, was not involved in the looting of Hugo Boss, the court heard.

As in many cases in which the order is called "the list of disorders," the judge denied bail and parole given to men to be sentenced at the court of green wood Corona.

also denied bail was Sharek Leigh, a single mother of 22, from Tottenham, north London, who denied shoplifting Tottenham Hale Retail Park on Sunday. He was accused of stealing the sneakers JD, Samsung laptop worth £ 429 from Argos, Comet hardware and relaxers.

Levent

Mustafa, 22, of north London, was remanded in custody by a judge after a court heard he was found by police wearing a mask of black wool ski, a pair Marigold gloves and Adidas Goggles in Wood Green, north London, at 1 am Thursday morning and went to a house where I live. Mustafa pleaded not guilty to be equipped for flight.

One of the accused was released on bail was a girl of 14 who can not be identified for legal reasons, accused of stealing makeup, CDs and clothing stores street. She did not enter a statement and said that her mother had come for her. She has to appear in juvenile court on August 18 Haringay.

The volume of cases is wreaking havoc on the staff of the court in central London. "We are all intended to work now, but we're still here. There is no end, "said a police officer on duty at the court. A listing agent complained of fever, which saw staff working long hours." There is not as it should be voluntary overtime This court is ill-equipped -. We are the last cut should be offered to help, "he said. "I made a full turn. I came here because I wanted to be here. Now, I work and do not like the service. "

Croydon Magistrates Court, the model Shanola Smith cried when he was imprisoned for six months for dismissal of a branch of Argos in the city on Monday. At age 22, of South Norwood, admitted to the store with the intent to steal her sister Alicia Smith and his friend 22 years Donness Bissessar.
maximum sentences for the three women, the District Judge Robert Hunter said it was a tragedy, because the women were well educated and good previous character.


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claims of Crown counsel found no evidence in several cases, including the issue of environmental activism Mark Kennedy

The Crown Prosecution Service is facing a crisis after the abandonment of a series of tests following allegations of serious violations were made against its staff.

CPS officials are accused of repeatedly failing to meet its legal obligation to disclose crucial evidence and fair trials.

Sir Christopher Rose, a judge of the Court of Appeal others, has been appointed to lead an investigation into allegations of CPS suppressed evidence in connection with the undercover police officer Mark Kennedy .

His research will test whether the prosecutors in the case of Kennedy met with the fundamental obligation of disclosure, to give the defendants' lawyers any evidence that could help his defense.

The Guardian can reveal that counsel for the CPS in the East Midlands that would be involved in the case of Kennedy was accused of withholding in two other trials.

cases - fraud in connection with other drugs -. Were abandoned in the last month after prosecutors were accused of having suppressed evidence

The development threatens to widen the dispute arising from the Kennedy connection, which until now has focused on the treatment of environmentalists.

on Tuesday sentenced 20 activists planning to enter the power station of Ratcliffe-on-Soar will test the guilty verdicts in the court of appeal. If successful, your application will be considered a shocking miscarriage of justice.

refuse surveillance tapes in January led to the abandonment of a trial of six activists who were accused of conspiring to enter the same plant.

Ratcliffe

cases and evidence of fraud involving the same drug lead counsel for the SCP, Ian Cunningham.

His name appeared on January 6, when the fraud trial at Nottingham Crown Court collapsed when it emerged that three of the defendants - Mark Taylor, Robert and Neil Sankey Lievesley - had been wrongly accused of fraud by a business partner.

The three businessmen were connected to the Aussie Mole, a company that makes hammers to lay pipes and cables.

The CPS told the judge he had dropped the case, having in his possession tested suggests business colleagues - the key witness - was not, as the judge said, " a witness to the truth. "

Judge Andrew Hamilton

demanded to know why the prosecution, which cost up to $ 20 000 in public funds had been mounted.

"This is totally spent the money," he said. "Who was responsible for the loss of this money?"

He added: "These three men were the fear of being locked up, they were certainly pretty rotted one year or more to worry about what will happen to them all with no end .."

require a written explanation, the judge said he wanted to know why Cunningham had initially withheld crucial evidence - a statement of a key witness in the case -. Of defense lawyers

"It is indefensible ... this is not a police officer does not know what it is. Cunningham is a treatment for senior Crown counsel. I can not imagine how it could have made that decision. "

"While it is clear that some aspects of the case could have been better treated, the case was dropped due to disclosure issues."

But the case of great concern. Any criminal investigation produces masses of documents. The police and the CPS select documents in its opinion, will help ensure. Conviction


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Hospitals will be forced to try to raise money for rich foreigners, instead of treating poor patients, said Hamish Meldrum BMA

Hospitals will be forced to deal with wealthy foreigners to raise money instead of treating poor patients who are affected by the cuts of the NHS and the Government of radical pro-market, the leading doctors Britain has warned.

In an interview with The Guardian, Hamish Meldrum, chairman of the British Medical Association, predicted that government health and welfare legislation to see the NHS being rebuilt on a philosophy "based on a problem of market-based health system, not like you see in the United States.

"No, those who pay or receive a secure better than those who are not and are based on state-funded Medicare. So far our system is based on social solidarity, where patients receive the right treatment at the right time. "

said the government was forced all hospitals to become Foundation Trusts and are ready to attract domestic and foreign private patients as budgets are tight. This decision, he said, would only be possible because the government's plans to abolish the CAP limiting the proportion of hospitals can earn total revenues of health insurance.

With

quietly waiting time and the government to encourage private care, Meldrum said patients would return to a system where those who can take the cash advance of those in need.

"Trusts are encouraged to focus on profitable areas of work rather than the bare minimum ... such as mental health and emergency care for the elderly. It is not profitable. But the rich Arabs for heart operations. "

The intervention comes at a crucial time for the law on the health of the coalition. The BMA, which earlier this summer, has decided to launch a public campaign of opposition to the bill, joined the Royal College of General Practitioners and the Royal College of Nursing - which together account for more than 500,000 in the first NHS personal health line - to fight the bill. Today, all members receive a letter from Meldrum required by law to be removed or subjected to a "material change".

The letter said: "We believe it is still inappropriate and erroneous trust market forces to shape the services it is particularly evident in the general direction of travel policy, such as expansion patient choice. "Any qualified supplier" (PAQ) on a much wider range of services, which has the potential to destabilize the economies of local health. "

Although earlier this summer, the government has stopped the progress of the bill and appointed a high-level team led by Professor Steve Field, former president of the Royal College of Physicians practitioners to review its proposals, the recommended changes - which amounts to -. 1000 amendments did not convince the BMA to abandon their opposition to the law

Meldrum said David Cameron was wrong when, in a speech in Cornwall last month the Prime Minister said that his plans for the NHS had changed beyond recognition "of the entire health profession to board ".

"I do not know where the Prime Minister receives its information to make this statement. I guess I should take a fully representative group of doctors," said Meldrum.

The BMA said it "recognizes the government's efforts to listen," but the changes that the government does not change the fundamental problems of the invoice or the worst. Meldrum said that a new bureaucracy of the NHS came with five different organizations able to purchase patient care. He also argued that the agenda of the election and the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Health, Andrew Lansley, has remained intact.
BMA president said he was particularly concerned to pay the surgeons would be associated with clinical doctors and family would be paid to how they handled patient care. It would penalize doctors and hospitals in the poorest regions, where it was linked to the health of residents for transport, housing and employment. "The doctors in one of the areas that benefit and those in poor areas would not."


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To celebrate

Sonic the Hedgehog 's 20th anniversary, Sega made ??some pretty slick numbers. This "will not be sold anywhere," according to Sega, and only a thousand were manufactured. Presumably, the only way to get one is by competition or promotions. The company offered no specification, but the figure seems to be quite large - see the photo after the break reference

Joystiq
Anecdote:. There are two versions of the figure, one for the U.S. and another for other parts of the world (photo above). The two versions are almost identical, except for one small detail. See if you can guess what it is.



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This week we have The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Anniversary Edition, Resident Evil Code Veronica X HD, a demo of Sesame Street: Once Upon a Monster, and digital versions of Blur, Crysis 2, and Frontlines: Fuel of War.




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In an unexpected gesture, Double Fine has released a major update of his loved Psychonauts 2005 platforms. The update, now available for users of steam, add the gains and economies of clouds, and make some subtle adjustments in the level of meat circus notoriously demanding.
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San Diego, Zeebo Inc. has raised $ 17 million in total capital funds of your game console with 3G capabilities focused on the developing world, according to a new deposit the SEC. The company claimed Qualcomm had raised $ 13.5 million in total funding, according to a statement filed with the SEC last June First launched in 2009 in Brazil and Mexico at the end of this year, the Zeebo console BREW-based sports a library of downloadable games mobile ...

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The Australian Centre for the Moving Image has announced that it will hold a "highly interactive" exhibition games next year, as part of the chief of the work of winter in Melbourne. Masters Games 2012, hosted by Commissioner Conrad Bodman of the game is ready to show game developers playing locally and internationally, with over 125 playable games on the screen, from the time of the arcade console and the latest mobile technologies. The exhibition is ...


Find best price for : --Melbourne----Winter----Masterpieces----game--:. "Microsoft has confirmed plans to launch its television service via Xbox Live this holiday season negotiations with content partners are ongoing, but options include live TV news and sports." Microsoft believes that the key differentiator between the Xbox and TV platform and the sea of competition will not be your voice and a search of movement. With the optional Kinect, users can navigate through the content with voice commands. the search function will be powered by Bing. The company also wants to link the social experience of Xbox Live when viewing video content. Steve Ballmer, said: "You should not have any entertainment you want all the people you love, really simple and on any screen."


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Cousins, free-to-do lawyer who was general manager of EA easy until his departure in March Studio, joined the mobile studio that was acquired last October by DENA. Cousins ??will head the new operation Ngmoco in Stockholm, focusing on game development for mobile networks for social Mobage DENA west of this year.


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The latest issue of Gamasutra sister publication Game Developer, available for subscribers to purchase digital includes an exclusive, in-depth post-mortem Rift MMO fantasy worlds Trion, "written by Scott Hartsman CCO. Rift, which was officially launched in March 2011, is a relatively new in the online space, subscription, and aims to capture a long time MMO players while introducing new features and systems in this genre and retreaded . The game takes its name from ...


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GDC organizers have revealed the starting lineup for the top of the game show narrative, with speakers from Eidos Deus Ex: Human Revolution branching history, Microsoft creating of transmedia giant, the MIT-ARG in development based on education, and more. Will be held Monday through Thursday, October 10 to 13, 2011 at the Austin Convention Center in Austin, Texas, the GDC line continues to be the main event in the world to discuss only the development trends and business related games around - including AA ...


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In a note to investors, Capcom officials said this week that the company is trying to increase their online sales of games outside of Japan by means of acquisitions and partnerships. "Acquisitions and alliances are an important strategy to increase our market share abroad," the unsigned note, reiterating previous statements to investors. "We aggressively seek opportunities for acquisitions and partnerships in to create game content attractive to the market and the acquisition of universal ...


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UPDATE: Sony has confirmed that the promotion is only for America, but "most content" will be released in Europe. A selection of "classic rare games" will be available in the store the US PlayStation weeks, according to industry players. the move is part of the only PlayStation Network, Sony offers to draw attention to the variety of exclusive games available on the PlayStation 3 download store. on October 4 PS2 classics such as high field the hand of God and fight Capcom hack-and-slash title Maximo: Ghosts to Glory, Ring network Strategy Konami game, Odin Sphere and Vanillaware titles will be released and is GrimGrimoire.
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In 2002, the people driving the development of the next year is highly anticipated, high-profile FPS

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, worked hard in a match that never got off the ground. It was an RPG crossed with a degree of real-time strategy and was assigned to consoles. As revealed in the blog of Irrational Games, the game was known as "Duel Dungeon" has never gone beyond the concept.


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To celebrate its fifth anniversary, the Company of Heroes
franchise is 80 percent off on Steam this weekend. When Relic has developed the original game, several years ago, the adjustment of the Second World War and the stage of the RTS were tired, but
Company of Heroes delivered again in the kind of aging and offers a wonderful experience that graphically still said. You can even intense campaign, huge for $ 2.

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If you're willing to spend more than a gallon of gas for dozens of hours of entertainment refined RTS, the original game comes with the extension

Opposing Fronts


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Daisuke Sato , director of Deus Ex
and
Yakuza 3 , declined to say whether there were plans to launch team Sega shooter before, very rare Yakuza: end America and Europe. However, offered a hypothetical to suggest that, at least, thought has created.
When asked how
Deus Ex over

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(and indirectly other shooters), Sato said that "for the Western version of

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