So... I don't remember where it was that I read this, I know it was at work, but I can't remember which News Paper I read it in. It was either the Daily Star, or The Daily Mirror (both UK News Papers). Anyway, it mentioned in there, that over the next couple of months / years (I say both, as I can't quite remember which of the two it was, though most probably years), but during this time, the 'government' are going to release information on supposed UFO sightings. Now, we all know what UFO means (Unidentified Flying Object) - Quite simply, it means something seen that is 'flying' that can't be identified. Many people seem to think that everything which has 'UFO' in, on or around it, is automatically an Alien Spaceship. No! Personally, I can't quite figure out what they are actually going to 'release'. All the UFO sightings that the government have been involved with, they've either said it was nothing, or they've given some 'excuse' for what it is. Fast Plane, Crashed Weather Balloon, Santa Claus etc. Therefore, the only thing they could actually now say, that would really make any difference, is 'Yes, they are Alien Spaceships, and they have been here several times'. To be honest with that however, I seriously can't see anyone within the government saying that, so what on earth is all this about? Note - I am hoping someone else here has read the same article, or knows something on the topic, else we've a problem, and a dead thread.
I read about a French archive about UFO-sightings being opened not long ago. It wasn't supposed to be any kind of statement about aliens, but rather to let those who believe in UFOs have some fun in analyzing the pictures themselves.
Google for France and Ufo-archive and you'll find more information about it: France to publish UFO archive online - Space News - MSNBC.com
CNES is Frances Space Agency and they have/are putting their records archive on UFO research online.
I wonder if this is related to the recent UFO sightings over the UK reported by some pilots.