Sunday round-up

The plans behind axing our Coastguards have little to do with cost-cutting and more to do with a replacement European Coastguard Service
Telegraph View: Real scandal is not NotW hacking but Helmand
Reserves Review reveals Army numbers to fall to lowest since late 19thC
Scots complain about RAF cuts
Commons Defence Select Committee slams Afghan campaign as “woefully under-resourced and hampered by inadequate equipment”
William Hague, “the Cabinet’s leading Eurosceptic”: We’re in it, we’re not coming out, so make the best of it
Plenty of British workers but where are the British jobs? Green policies could put employers out of business.
Wolfson: “Political correctness has turned us all into racists”
Brown raises the stakes by calling in the police
BP invests £3bn in North Sea oil. Jobs secure until 2035.
Malthusians jump on the anti-Beckham bandwagon and criticise 4th child
Ongoing muddle of University tuition fees is a pitfall of devolution
One down, hundreds more to go: ‘Over-zealous’ rubbish inspector sacked
Councils keep secret blacklists of thousands of residents who complain
Fifty years of PMQs
Look on the bright side of life if you want to feel young: Avoid the Sunday papers


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