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2014/11/22 07:27
2014/11/22 07:27
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I note with interest that my political opponents, both locally and nationally, have started ascribing views and positions to me which are not mine, and then criticising me for allegedly having...
2014/11/22 07:27
2014/11/22 07:27
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2014/11/21 08:05
2014/11/21 08:05
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Norwich woman’s national victory in child protection campaign Claire Riseborough (left) with Child Eyes co-founder Kathy McGuinness and MP Richard Bacon. A woman from Trowse and the campaign she...
2014/11/18 16:59
2014/11/18 16:59
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IT really is quite a journey that Oxford bus boss Philip Kirk has been on. It has involved hundreds of drivers and millions of passengers, seen a bus fleet transformed and taken 20 years to...
2014/11/17 17:46
2014/11/17 17:46
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IT really is quite a journey that Oxford bus boss Philip Kirk has been on. It has involved hundreds of drivers and millions of passengers, seen a bus fleet transformed and taken 20 years to...
2014/11/16 12:27
2014/11/16 12:27
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I note that many people in Lewes joined the 300 strong rally against bus cuts in this weekend. After working for the past few months with colleagues from all backgrounds to organise the rally, I was...
2014/11/15 12:28
2014/11/15 12:28
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Now that Norman Baker has thrown his ministerial toys out of the pram, citing the Home Secretary, Theresa May, as the cause of his decision, one might question how it was that two other Liberal...
2014/11/14 08:51
2014/11/14 08:51
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Prof David Nutt on drugs policy: ‘David Cameron has betrayed promise of fresh thinking’ Prof David Nutt is chairman of Drug Science, the independent scientific committee on drugs, and is a former...
2014/11/13 21:37
2014/11/13 21:37
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The unnamed individual works as a language analyst for Sprakab, a Swedish firm which since 2000 has been paid by the Home Office to study audio recordings of people claiming asylum in Britain. It...
2014/11/09 09:51
2014/11/09 09:51
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Yobs dishonour the 1914 generation, says NICK FERRARI MUCH of the nation will come together this morning to pause and reflect on the sacrifice made by hundreds of thousands of military personnel who...
2014/11/09 03:10
2014/11/09 03:10
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ABERDEEN-born Norman Baker, a LibDumb underling of the Home Secretary, has resigned in high dudgeon, saying that working for Theresa May was like "walking through mud". Other clichés may be in the...
2014/11/08 09:51
2014/11/08 09:51
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Labour has lost ability to make a show of unity A ROOM crowded with some of the fattest cats in big business hardly sounds like the best venue for "Red" Ed Miliband to relaunch his floundering...
2014/11/07 13:27
2014/11/07 13:27
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The MP for Lewes, Norman Baker, has resigned from his ministerial post in the Home Office, describing working in the department as like ‘walking through mud’. Mr Baker said juggling his role as a...
2014/11/07 03:37
2014/11/07 03:37
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The move is designed to give the Lib Dems greater “ownership” of key Government achievements instead of finding themselves filling junior jobs in ministries headed by their Coalition partners. They...
2014/11/06 22:45
2014/11/06 22:45
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The town’s spirited tilt at Alex Salmond reveals a lively vein of radicalism deep in England’s heart, writes Joyce McMillan IT was in the unlikely surroundings of the Reform Club in London that I...
2014/11/06 13:52
2014/11/06 13:52
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Camden’s top cop questions role of police as war on drugs debate continues Chief Supt Richard Tucker acting Borough Commander of Camden. One of Camden’s top police officers has weighed into the...
2014/11/06 09:48
2014/11/06 09:48
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A "right-wing lurch" by the Conservatives has created "tension" within the coalition Government, Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has said. The Liberal Democrat leader was speaking days after his...
2014/11/06 07:01
2014/11/06 07:01
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A Liberal Democrat justice minister has broken ranks and criticised government prison policy as "knee-jerk" and "unsuccessful". Simon Hughes, minister of state for justice and civil liberties, told...
2014/11/06 00:53
2014/11/06 00:53
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Spare us ANOTHER celebrity politician, says VIRGINIA BLACKBURN TERRORISM in the Middle East, ebola, global poverty – there’s no shortage of things to worry about. It is said that one reason George...
2014/11/05 22:37
2014/11/05 22:37
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In an interview with The Independent, Simon Hughes, the Lib Dem Justice Minister, criticised his Tory boss Chris Grayling, for saying that “in many cases prison works”. He disputed the Justice...
2014/11/05 21:05
2014/11/05 21:05
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The Fixed-term Parliaments Act became law in September 2011. For the first time in Britain’s history, the date of the next general election became universal knowledge. Barring either the House of...
2014/11/22 07:27
2014/11/22 07:27
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