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NI local paper review: Attack on pensioners and cycling ban bid
These are external links and will open in a new window Local newspapers cover many stories which do not make it into regional or national outlets - but that does not mean that they are not important. They are, and often they can make national stories seem ... read more
Battle to encourage healthier lifestyles
His remarks were widely reported as an attack ... ban, governments have been trying to influence public health for the past century and a half. The 1866 Sanitary Act forced local authorities to supply running water and dispose of sewage and waste in a bid ... read more
Gloating teachers rejoice as controversial Education Secretary Michael Gove is OUSTED from Cabinet
David Cameron has belatedly realised that Michael Gove's ideological drive is no substitute for measured, pragmatic reform of the education system. 'Time after time he has chased newspaper headlines rather than engage with teachers. 'The dismantling of the ... read more
How buoyant is France?
ONE by one, euro-zone governments have been confecting austerity plans in a bid to reassure jumpy bond markets ... On June 16th it unveiled its long-awaited pension reform, which will raise the legal retirement age from 60 to 62 by 2018. read more
The slum landlord of the Pacific Rim
The reason for this focus is not least because Australia, under the "leadership" of both major parties, is rapidly turning us into the new slum landlord of the Pacific Rim. Our policies of forcing boat arrivals into hastily constructed tent cities in poor ... read more
Las Vegas gunman's 'psychopathic' father was one of the FBI's Top Ten most wanted and escaped federal prison then spent a DECADE on the run
He was known to hang around a young crowd at a local nightclub, where he went by the nickname 'Big Daddy.' Neighbors and friends told the local paper that there was no ... spending his last days on a veterans pension. In 1990, syndicated columnists Amy ... read more
No end of violence
IN MAY 2006 a gang of jailbirds declared war on South America's biggest city. For the better part of a week shock troops of the Primeiro Comando da Capital (PCC), a prison-based criminal organisation, wrought havoc on São Paulo, killing policemen ... read more
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Daily Politics and Sunday Politics highlights of 2015
When Parliament is sitting, the Daily Politics is on BBC2 from 1200-1300 on weekdays, with an 1130 start on Wednesdays for PMQs, and the Sunday Politics is on BBC1 from 1100-1215, occasionally moving for live sport and news events. Both have a repeat on ... read more
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