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Jacqui Smith is leaving; but what is Gordon brown’s biggest problem?

Poor old Jacqui Smith, her husband’s adult films; her sister’s accommodation; Bob Quick’s security leak – there seems to be an endless cast involved in her long drawn-out decline. With.

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Apocalypse Now: why we need to worry about North Korea’s nuclear ambitions

At 1.06 am on Monday morning the British Geological Survey stations in Herefordshire, Aberdeen and Devon suddenly began registering a tremor at magnitude five on the Richter scale. These tremors.

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The Speaker has fallen – So what’s next. Part 3 – The Australian System

This is more of a point of interest than anything else, but I’ve had a number of long chats with colleagues and friends about the benefits of the Australian Political.

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The Speaker has fallen – So what’s next. Part 2 – The Expenses and the Media

Whether this was intentional or not, very cleverly, the Speaker was made to be the fall-guy. Effectively, the Speaker is the CEO of the House and the buck stops with.

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The Speaker has fallen – So what’s next. Part 1 – The Speaker

With the resignation of the Speaker,  the blood-letting has formally begun. Current and former ministers, Committee Chairs, backbenchers have been drawn into the quagmire. Even the few who have been.

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Speaking of Parliament

Parliament is facing a crucial time, the new Speaker is facing a crucial time. Recent events surrounding MPs expenses have left us all thinking how did it come to this.

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