Monthly Archives: January 2012

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Many Came Out to Help Celebrate The Year Of The Dragon In True Chinese Fashion

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Tens of thousands of people celebrated Chinese New Year in cities across Britain on 29 January 2012. London’s festivities are believed to be the biggest outside of China itself. Up to 300,000 people converged on Trafalgar Square, Shaftesbury Avenue and … Continue reading

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Observation On Speed up Tax Cuts for Lowest Earners

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Observation on Speed up Tax Cuts for Lowest Earners To do This Any Justices I have Included The Article Below: Nick Clegg has urged the Government to introduce the £10,000 personal allowance on income tax more quickly than planned to … Continue reading

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Observation Pressure building over NHS plans

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Observation Pressure is building on ministers over the NHS reforms in England after a critical report by MPs has added to the mounting concerns. To do it justice I have enclose the article below:    The health select committee report … Continue reading

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Observation On Peers will press for changes to plans for a £26,000 cap on the benefits

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Observation Peers will press for changes to plans for a £26,000 cap on the benefits families can receive when the measure is debated in the House of Lords later. To do this article justice I have included see below: Church … Continue reading

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Thoughts NHS Plans: Unions Move To Outright Opposition

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Observation NHS Plans: Unions Move To Outright Opposition. To do this article justice I have included below: The unions representing nurses and midwives have joined others in stating their “outright opposition” to the government’s NHS plans in England. The Royal … Continue reading

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Thoughts On William Hague Wont Rule Out Military Action In Iran

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Observation William Hague Wont Rule Out Military Action In Iran. To do this article justice I have included below:  Foreign Secretary William Hague has told Sky News that Britain was not ruling out military action against Iran. He insisted all options … Continue reading

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Observation Welfare Reform Bill: Government defeated over ESA cuts

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Observation Welfare Reform Bill: Government defeated over ESA cuts  To do this article justice I have included below: The coalition government has suffered three defeats in the House of Lords over planned cuts to employment and support allowance (ESA). The … Continue reading