Monthly Archives: September 2012

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Here they go again from the Nasty Party(Roger Taylor)

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Conservative councillor who called the Hillsborough report “politically correct” and the Stephen Lawrence inquiry a “joke” is facing an investigation into his conduct. Roger Taylor’s remarks to Bradford charity Just will be probed by the Calderdale Council Standards Committee. In … Continue reading

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Shame On Chief Whip Andrew Mitchell

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  Chief Whip Andrew Mitchell will not be investigated over his outburst at police officers on duty at the gates to Downing Street. Cabinet Secretary Sir Jeremy Heywood confirmed the decision in a letter to shadow home secretary Yvette Cooper. … Continue reading

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Political Party Conferences

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It is that time again, the moment in the political calendar when the denizens of Westminster emerge from their garrets and eyries, their bars and boltholes, and decamp for the airless auditoriums and sterile hotels of Brighton, Birmingham and Manchester. … Continue reading

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Shame on Micheal Gove our childern are the future of tomorrow

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A shake-up of the exam system, unveiled by Education Secretary Michael Gove, will mean a single end-of-course exam and one exam board for core subjects. Pupils beginning secondary school this year will take the first new exams – in English, … Continue reading

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Fringe Meeting #Lab12 Immigration: where next for Labour?

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Tuesday 2 October, 6.00 pm Yang Sing Restaurant (Magnolia Room) 34 Princess Street, Manchester M1 4JY Immigration continues to be the one of the top concerns to Britons and especially to the Chinese community.  The previous Labour government sought to … Continue reading

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Labour Party vs Chinese Communities

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  “Nothing exists except astoms and empty space everything else is opinion” Democritus Over the past week I had the opportunity to watch and listen to the Democrat Convention but most of all to see Obama selected as the nomination … Continue reading

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Ed Miliband speech reaches to the many not the few at London Stock Exchange Conferernce


The next Labour government would not be able to simply increase tax credits for the less well-off as it did during the Gordon Brown years, Ed Miliband has said. Speaking at a conference at the London Stock Exchange, the Labour … Continue reading