The Independent asks a bunch of questions about the war, many of which may never be satisfactorily answered.
The drive is on to improve the sex life of the freshwater pearl mussel, as they are at risk of disappearing because they’re becoming more isolated as their numbers dwindle.
It seems that the true heroes of the Private Lynch rescue were the Iraqi doctors who treated and protected her and the lawyer who went to tell the Americans where she was. Though you’ll probably hear less and less about them as the myths of GW2 are assembled and edited.
Sharing an office with the Major Incident Policy team means I get to learn about stuff such as the handling of terrorist attacks. I’m a bit more optimistic than the Commons committee that decided the NHS isn’t ready for a radiological or similar attack.