1. KATHARINE HAMNETT X RSPB Nestbox Design Auction

    Katharine Hamnett’s Nestbox slogan “PROTECT AND SURVIVE” design is up for auction from midday TODAY http://www.rspb.org.uk/supporting/nestboxauction.aspx and closes at midday on Sunday 23rd February  and  

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    HAPPY VALENTINES DAY - Spread the love. X0

  2. Katharine Hamnett’s interview on BBC’s Radio 4 “The World Tonight” is out now: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b03tt58c (33 minutes in) #payalivingwage #nomorefashionvictims #remeberranaplaza #BBCRadio4 

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  4. WHO agreement with IAEA →

    WE CAN’T TRUST THE W.H.O ON SAFETY OR HEATH RISKS:

    See link below:

    http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2009/may/28/who-nuclear-power-chernobyl

  5. Fukushima Update | Former Anti-Nuclear Prime Ministers Join Forces For Tokyo Govenorship Run →

    SAVE JAPAN. VOTE HOSOKAWA

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  7. Ponystep | Issue 1: Girls On Film : Clash of the Titans, or a mutual appreciation society? What happened when Katherine Hamnett met Vivienne Westwood →

  8. West Coast of North America to Be Hit Hard by Fukushima Radiation Washington's Blog →

    Folks please send this to all your friends on the West coast. They need to know. As far as I know the EPA is still not testing sea-food. I wouldn’t eat anything caught in the Pacific……Katharine Hamnett

  9. Japan Reacts to Fukushima Crisis By Banning Journalism Washington's Blog →

    This is unbelievable. Are they mad ?? And the US thinks this is a good idea!
    Meanwhile whilst incompetent TEPCO carries on with the almost impossible task of safely removing spent fuel rods from the damaged cooling pond at Fukushima reactor no4, the fate of the Northern Hemisphere hangs on a thread.


    Its our as business as global citizens to know what is going on at Fukushima as well as the Japanese population’s, and the Japanese media have a large role to play in that.

  10. VOTE. USE IT OR LOSE IT →

    Political culture in Switzerland is, to a large extent, influenced by its direct democracy. Compared to purely representative systems, direct democracy leads to a different type of communication among citizens and also between citizens and representatives. The opportunity of deciding for themselves on political issues provides citizens with incentives to collect more information. Because citizens are better informed, politicians have less leeway to pursue their personal interests. As a consequence, public expenditure and public debt are lower when citizens enjoy direct democratic rights. Citizens also feel more responsible for their community: tax evasion is lower in direct than in representative democratic systems.

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