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The Tomograph is back!

Tom Winnifrith Saturday 8 September 2012

 

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The weekly newsletter sent out to those who have registered their addresses with this website is now out. After a three week absence The Tomograph is back.

As ever, it contains an article unique to the Tomograph. In fact this week there are two. A general piece on life and the events of the last week and what is planned for next week and a few thoughts on civil liberties in the peadophile infested old folks home that is Belgium. There is also a run down on the most popular pieces on the blog over the past three weeks in case you missed them.

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