Floods, bombs, litigation, and a Commons boycott debate (which wasn’t – everyone agreed)

House of Commons Israel academic boycott debate, 28 Jun, 10:30. 

Sue Blackwell, who has long campaigned for measures which would exclude individual Israeli academics from UK campuses and collaborations, threatens to sue Engage for saying so.  We are all Engage now.

A petrol-fueled nailbomb fails to detonate in Piccadilly this morning. Anti-Terrorism department in the Met are investigating. Jaqui Smith’s response was as wooden as you might expect from an unseasoned Home Secretary. I had to spend time in Tiger Tiger for a friend’s birthday once – very understimulating place. The only problem I have with it. But for Jawad Akbar, on the other hand:

“No one can even turn around and say ‘Oh they were innocent’, those slags dancing around and other things”.

Anyway, we’re not afraid.  Look out for me and Matt – in drag. Do we look afraid? Bomb that, morons.

And from fire to water – Barkingside, standing tall at 35m above sea level, is highly unlikely to flood. Is your area?

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