Monday, 29 April 2013

April 2013 - Updates and past posts

BFTF is conscious that those of you who keep up with the blog via email notifications will not be aware of the many updates that posts are given (as the email engine on blogger only sends out notifications when the post is first published, not if it is subsequently updated.

And the other thing that has been preying of BFTF's mind is that there is now quite a lot of archive material on the blog, much of which is as valid today as when it was written.

So, this is the first in what will hopefully become a monthly post summarising what updates have happened over the last four weeks or so, and also looking back on the most interesting posts from this month in previous years

Updates this month
05 Apr : No feedback from Halfords on Cambodian workers pay.
04 Apr : Saw this groovy looking bird at the Park and Ride :
05 Apr : TWO Notts Mosques have challenged local MPs on "double tap" airstrikes
12 Apr : Methodists challenge ASDA on the sustainability of their Christmas Cards (see end)
15 Apr : No response from Jamie Oliver on the sustainability of packaging.
15 Apr : No response from MCB preventing civil war in Afghanistan in 2014
27 Apr : "Change in circumstances" delays should be no moe than 2 weeks:

Interesting posts from previous years

2012 : Interview with Morris Samuels
2012 : The sad case of Mohammed Jabbar
2011 : The reality of Muslim views regarding Holocaust Memorial Day

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