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Et quelle est leur justification pour cette censure pathétique ?

Why have the restrictions been introduced?

Regulators say the legislation has been introduced as a method of safeguarding children and to bring in line VoD content with the R18 sex shop sales.

Putain de puritains.
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London’s air quality has improved significantly in recent years and is now considered compliant for all but one air pollutant for which the European Union has set legal limits. This pollutant is nitrogen dioxide (NO2), which has impacts on public health. London is currently in breach of legal limits. An equivalent of 4,300 deaths in London is attributed to air quality related illness. The Capital also faces challenging targets to mitigate the effects of climate change.

This means further action is needed to reduce air pollutant and CO2 emissions from transport to improve quality of life and public health. In recognition of this, the Mayor and Transport for London (TfL) have developed a proposal for an Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) in central London.

The ULEZ would require all vehicles driving in central London to meet new exhaust emission standards (ULEZ standards). The ULEZ would take effect from 7 September 2020, and apply 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. A vehicle that does not meet the ULEZ standards could still be driven in central London but a daily charge would have to have been paid to do so.

The ULEZ would include additional requirements for TfL buses, taxis (black cabs) and private hire vehicles (PHVs):

  • A requirement that all taxis and new private hire vehicles presented for licensing from 2018 would need to be zero emission capable
  • A reduction in the age limit for all non zero emission capable taxis from 2020 from 15 to 10 years (irrespective of date of licensing)
  • Investment in the TfL bus fleet so that all double deck buses operating in central London will be hybrid and all single deck buses will be zero emission (at source) by 2020.

 

https://consultations.tfl.gov.uk/environment/ultra-low-emission-zone

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Ok, on peut renommer le fil en "le UK, fer de lance du féminazisme et autres petits socialismes décontractés"

 

Men must prove a woman said 'Yes' under tough new rape rules

 

 

Men accused of date rape will need to convince police that a woman consented to sex as part of a major change in the way sex offences are investigated.

 

Fucking nawak.

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http://www.telegraph.co.uk/education/11288932/The-Blob-gobbled-up-Michael-Gove-now-its-coming-for-David-Cameron.html

 

L'école primaire avec les meilleures résultats du Royaume-Uni est une école publique... mais surtout une de ces "free schools" qui sont autorisées depuis 2011, peuvent être publiques ou privées, jouissent d'une grande autonomie sur les programmes, les embauches/licenciements des enseignants, les rémunérations, etc. 

 

Il y a eu des échecs dont certains se sont évidemment faits des gorges chaudes, mais il semble que les résultats commencent à se concrétiser. Ça sera intéressant de voir la situation dans 5 ou 10 ans, le temps que les équipes se rodent et les canards boiteux disparaissent.

 

Sinon, la France a son Mammouth, le Royaume-Uni a apparemment son "blob", rétif à tout changement dans le domaine de l'éducation qui pourrait diminuer un tant soit peu leur pouvoir.

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Plus de 30 personnes meurent chaque jour à cause des hôpitaux publics au Royaume-Uni :

 

http://www.theguardian.com/society/2014/sep/16/poor-nhs-care-kills-10000-people-a-year-cqc-head-david-prior

 

A peu près comme en France, donc.

 

Sinon, cette campagne de pub me fait particulièrement péter un cable:

 

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Payé avec mes impots. Les fumiers.

 

Et c'est pas quelque chose de nouveau.

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