Week in numbers . What the parties said. We’ve seen a week of heavy lifting for the Government, kicking off major legislation including the Scotland Bill and the EU Referendum Bill, both of which passed their Second Reading this week. The SNP have tabled an amendment for Full Fiscal Autonomy to be included in the Scotland Bill. George Osborne signaled in his Mansion House speech that he was ready to start selling off shares in the Royal Bank of Scotland, whilst the Government pushed ahead with plans to introduce ‘English Votes for English Laws’ which has led to... Alistair Campbell has said that he will get rid of any new Labour leader that fails to make an impact while David Miliband remained critical of his brother Ed, calling him a ‘courted disaster. With the election now a distant memory, election blog May2015 profiled the person behind the exit poll which got it right. Professor of Politics at the University of Strathclyde, John Curtice, said that Labour would need a 3-7 per cent poll lead over the Tories to win the next election. The piece also details the way in which the data is collected on polling day and how the statisticians have to decide, there and then, which data trends are reliable and relevant. James Forsyth at The Spectator meanwhile uses the story of how David Cameron practiced his resignation speech as a hook to set out how the Prime Minister will be looking to make the most of a second term, this time with a Conservative majority. Forsyth suggests that gone are the days of Downing Street acting as a conciliatory body between the Tory parliamentary party and the Liberal Democrats. James Forsyth also reveals that CCHQ are already planning to conquer the remaining Lib Dem council seats in areas where the Conservatives took Liberal Democrat parliamentary seats, in an effort to consolidate their support. Turning to wannabe-leaders, Jenni Russell in the Times has a scathing piece on David Miliband and his yearning for the Labour leadership. Source: Intelex
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Cameron Goodman is an American actress. She was born in Texas but grew up in Washington D.C. She attended Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. after transferring from Syracuse University in New York. Goodman has been in numerous films in her career, first starting out in 2002 as a freshman doing her comedic acting at Syracuse University in a show called SU Live. In 2003, she left Syracuse and transferred to Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. Goodman had guest star roles on ABC's Sons & Daughters, CSI: NY, NCIS, The Suite Life of Zack and Cody, as well as a supporting role in the Lucy Liu/Nick Lachey horror/neo-noir movie Rise: Blood Hunter.
AMY GOODMAN: Peter Linebaugh, today, the prime minister of—the British prime minister, David Cameron, spoke of the need to reform U.K. human rights, to safeguard the Magna Carta’s legacy. The Guardian reports his speech was seen as a sign of the ...
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