An end to errors of judgement?

Dalyell, Tam
April 1991
New Scientist;4/13/91, Vol. 130 Issue 1764, p51
Presents comments by Tam Dalyell on issues of interest in British politics and society. Recount of the effort made by the author to speak before British Parliament about the Birmingham Pub bombings and the forensic evidence provided; Number of time the author has been to West Lothian to help families stricken by upholstery fires; Discussion of the directive to be presented to European ministers regarding the furniture flammability; Why salt treatments of chemical finishes are flawed; Magnus Magnusson and his alleged support of whaling and other issues;


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