I’ve got far to much going on write on everything just at the moment, but the man from Telewest finally came and set up our cable, so now I’ll be able to update a bit more regularly. I’ve spent today at the Granada Studios in Manchester watching the filming of University Challenge. They didn’t ask us to keep the results secret, so I think it’s safe to say that it wasn’t Bradford’s finest performance. It’s the first time we’ve had a team for years and years, and it was great fun though, so congratulations to them all. The job’s been fun so far, but I think I’m wearing myself out. Last night I failed to finish my curry and then had to come home about half midnight! I’ve also had a look at the new union web site. I think there’s probably quite a lot of work to do. It’s not at a permanent address yet, so I’ll link to it once it is.
While I was at Glastonbury I committed to reading some of a huge BP document an behalf of the Baku-Ceyhan campaign. BP are trying to build a pipeline across Azerbaijan, Georgia and Turkey 70% funded by tax-payers money. Now I have an Internet connection again I’ll be able to download parts of the document and look for the holes in it. I’m not really sure what I’m looking for, but I’m hoping that someone’ll be able to give me a little guidance.