Peter Morrisey

4,889 Added | 42 Magazines | 133 Likes | 5 Following | 6 Followers | @Mogsey48 | Lifelong Socialist, drank, alcoholically '60 - '80. Became Christian '86.

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Philip Hammond’s budget cannot erase the stain on the soul of his party

Philip Hammond’s budget faces political death by impossible demands. The question is how long he can defer the execution. The chancellor is supposed …

Scientists see the first confirmed alien object in our own solar system

Scientists have seen the first alien object flying through own our solar system. The strange, long, red rock has been wandering between the Milky Way …

Penryn woman Sarah Sullivan found 'safe and well'

A Penryn woman who was reported missing last yesterday has been found following a multi-agency search.<p>Police said last night they were concerned for …

Upsurge in big earthquakes predicted for 2018 as Earth rotation slows

Scientists have warned there could be a big increase in numbers of devastating earthquakes around the world next year. They believe variations in the …

The aim of new council housing should be quality, not just quantity

Now that the government appears to be paying more attention to the need for more council housing, may I plead with it to require that all be built to …

This government is falling apart, so Labour’s tribes must come together

The Tories’ main problem with Jeremy Corbyn and the shadow chancellor, John McDonnell, is that they speak human. Critics rush at the opposition like …

McDonald’s set for more strikes as action spreads across Britain

Strike action at McDonald’s is to spread to outlets across the country in the coming months, following the lead of workers at two restaurants in the …

Is THIS bizarre sighting spotted on Google Maps Street View proof of ALIENS?

GOOGLE MAPS Street View has uncovered a number of mysteries. Could this bizarre mark on the landscape in Egypt could be proof of aliens?

Blue Planet II viewers in tears as whale carrying dead newborn around - killed by our plastic waste

Blue Planet II viewers were crying their eyes out as a whale carried its dead newborn around - killed by human activity. Sir David Attenborough …

Chipmakers bet on the ‘big bang’ of artificial intelligence

No one in Silicon Valley wants to be called a “chip company” these days. Qualcomm, which makes the processors found in many Android phones and iPhone …

Gnomon by Nick Harkaway review – a future of total surveillance

In post-Brexit Britain of the late 21st century, ambient electronic surveillance is total, for the good of the people. An omniscient AI called the …

NASA Is Studying Earth to Find Signs of E.T.

Being the lone intelligent life, so far, in the universe is a bit of a drag—but it also offers a huge opportunity. That's because Earth is an awfully …

Tune in, aliens: Scientists send electro music into space

Astronomers have beamed a set of electro music samples to an exoplanet outside our Solar System in the hope of receiving an answer from its …

Earth is trying to communicate with aliens around Luyten's star - and could hear back in 25 years

Aliens living around Luyten’s star will hear from humans in about 12 years’ time – if they exist. Scientists have beamed a message toward the GJ 273 …

We just sent a message to try to talk to aliens on another world

Waiting on a reply Danielle Futselaar/METI By Dan Falk Are you there, aliens? It’s us, Earth. Astronomers have sent a radio message to a neighbouring …

DARPA Wants to Send Robots Into Space

The secretive research unit of the United States military has called for rules to be put into place to allow robots to be sent into space. The …

Something scorching hot is melting Antarctica from below, and NASA thinks they know what it is

Antarctica is a weird place. Scientists have long studied the behavior of its massive ice sheets and the land underneath them in the hopes of …

Brexit: NHS England boss demands £350m-a-week promised by Leave voters

The NHS should receive the funds promised to it during the EU referendum, the head of the health service in England is expected to say. Simon …

Clarity Money, a personal finance manager that helps users save cash, launches on Android

It can be a pain to juggle all your monthly expenses and credit card balances, especially if you have more than one bank account to keep track of. …

This is why people don't use public transport in Bristol

Research revealing that Bristol has one of the most underused public transport services in the UK has ignited a torrent of fury and disbelief from …

Eric Schmidt says America needs to ‘get its act together’ in AI competition with China

Alphabet chairman Eric Schmidt says the US is at risk of falling behind in the race to develop cutting-edge artificial intelligence. Speaking at a …

Villain Pat Phelan to kill even MORE Coronation Street characters following grisly Halloween murder spree

It looks like Pat Phelan's murderous rampage isn't over yet - and is rumoured to kill even more people after his horrific Halloween murder spree. The …

Scottish Highlands feel the strain as tourism surge causes disruption

“You’d struggle to find anyone in the Highlands who is anti-tourist,” says the SNP MSP for Skye, Lochaber and Badenoch, Kate Forbes, “but some people …

Government may bow to pressure to release Brexit impact studies

The government seems likely to be forced to release unredacted versions of dozens of documents assessing the impact of Brexit on the economy after a …

Labour to use arcane 19th-Century parliamentary procedure to try to force Government to publish secret Brexit files

Labour will seek to use an arcane parliamentary procedure to try to force the Government to release secret assessments of the impact Brexit is …

PMQs: Corbyn attacks May over failure to tackle tax avoidance

Jeremy Corbyn has rounded on Theresa May over her government’s record on curbing tax avoidance and evasion, saying failure to ensure the super rich …

I need a hobby – but do Cornish pasties count?

My husband has taken up baking – but I don’t want to join the church choir or the Women’s Institute<p>My husband grew up in a Wiltshire village with a hunger for broken pianos. They sold for more than working pianos, because people liked to mend them: “There’s fuck all else to do.” There was also a …

'I've never sailed': women rescued at sea admit they weren't properly prepared

The two women who were rescued by the US navy after five months adrift in the Pacific have admitted they were not properly prepared for the trip and …

Jeremy Corbyn proclaims Labour 'rebirth' in Scotland two years after being wiped out by the SNP

Labour is undergoing a “rebirth” in Scotland after its near-wipe out at the 2015 general election, Jeremy Corbyn has claimed. Speaking in Aviemore, …