Don't play politics with our Pier! « Nick Perry for Hastings & Rye

Tuesday, 24. November 2009

“The Council may say that it has responded to a news release from the Grand Pier Limited, but no-one can tell me that the release of this information does not have political consequences. “It is my view that the continued closure of the …

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Immigration, Yet Another Issue: How Many Hard Votes Can Congress …

Tuesday, 17. November 2009

The Obama administration – and this is a rare statement apt to unite acolytes and acid-tongued critics – does not lack for ambition. E.

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Malcolm Clarke – Labour Party: The Jedward of Politics

Monday, 16. November 2009

The Jedward of Politics . “You won’t be laughing if they win” is the slogan of this funny campaign poster. David Cameron does not agree with the sentiment expressed and has said he wants John and Edward to win the X Factor, …

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WPR Blog | The Odd Parallels in U.S.-Iran Nuclear Positions

Thursday, 29. October 2009

First, they once again illustrate the degree to which the Iranian enrichment program enjoys broad, consensus support across the political spectrum. So a change in government in Tehran does not represent a magic bullet for resolving the …

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Poles, Politeness and Politics in the age of Twitter « The New …

Monday, 19. October 2009

Stephen Fry apologises to the people of Poland and explains how he does not want to be politician and speculated on Twitter as a force for political good.

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Will Politics 1.0 Swallow Government 2.0?

Monday, 5. October 2009

What does it mean, if government 2.0 leaders start setting within more traditional organizational boundaries, such as those of a political party? Isn’t that a sign that, does not matter how much we blog or tweet, we have to converge …

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