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Oh, shut up, LibDems

Oh, shut up, Lib Dems.
Every time you open your
wish-divining,
cloying, climbing,
tool-defining,
principle-defying mouths
to bleat conceit absurd,
blood heats
at your right raw nerve
to speak another word.

Politics

Between The White Man and The Balck Man

THE FOLLOWING is a speech made by former South African President P.W. Botha to his Cabinet. This reprint was written by David G. Mailu for the Sunday Times, a South African newspaper, dated August 18, 1985. 1,312 more words

Governance

For new intranets it is day 100, not day 1, that is important

With every intranet I have helped to create, encouraging people to be more effective and improve their productivity, two things have been at the forefront of my mind.  220 more words

Intranet

It’s all in the timing: Chairing a Bristol West hustings

by Sarah Childs, Professor of Politics and Gender at University of Bristol.
This blog was originally posted on PolicyBristol. Reposting with kind permission.

The last time I’d been here it had been for ‘ 937 more words

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The Death of Hope spurs eternal vigilance - A commentary by Mary Farrow

All citizens in a democracy have the right to expect that their elected leader can summon courage in response to challenge — to be above the mob, take the high road, raise the collective spirit and illustrate wisdom. 1,070 more words

Civil Society Issues

Salary, ration eats up most of MHA allocation: Parl panel

Expenditure on salary and ration eat up maximum of budget allocation earmarked for central police forces and police organisations under Union Home Ministry while modernisation suffers due to insufficient funding, a Parliamentary panel has found. 315 more words

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Noticeable decline in public support for terror outfits in JK: HomeSec

There is a “noticeable decline” in public support for terror outfits in Jammu and Kashmir though Pak-based groups like LeT continued their efforts to disturb peace there, Union Home Secretary L C Goyal has told a Parliamentary panel. 352 more words

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