10
Jun
11

And we’re back.

Martin: Greetings one and all!

Gosh, it’s a bit dusty in here. As you may have noticed, we haven’t been as busy here as we might have otherwise been. Life has a funny way of getting in the way.

Well, we decided it was time to try again. But this time, we’ve got a different format. And there’s only 2 of us. (We miss you Carol!)

So, we have rallied our forces, designed a new format and are pleased to present Putting the World to Rights Mark 2 Version 1.

It’s currently in a large file format: if we get it compressed a bit more, we’ll replace the link.

As promised in the podcast, here are some links to information consulted:

Superinjunctions (We checked; it’s ok to read this stuff)

A Handy BBC Q&A
One way these super-injunctions don’t work…
Even those in charge of such things aren’t too happy…

FIFA’s woes

The scandal
It’s not like they haven’t tried to fix it…

Mill Road vs. Sainsburys

Conflict on the horizon for Mill Road

But this is how these communities do do good.

Britain’s Got Talent – a fix?

Brief summary of what happened.
Of course, there will always be blame thrown somewhere…

Any comments? Any additions? Any corrections? Let us know – we love receiving your feedback and input. Either comment here, or email us on worldtorights@gmail.com

Hope to hear from you soon!

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