Tag Archives: Politics

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Where’s Werrity?

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Map and diagram showing the trips taken by Adam Werrity, friend to Dr Liam Fox Read more [...]

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MP’s subsidized dining rooms [visualization]

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So MP's are expected to pay the equivalent of "high street pub" prices when buying food in the subsidized restaurant in House of Commons are they? (Telegraph) Let's see if that's the case. Taking 5 dishes mentioned in the article above - I compared them to an equivalent TYPE of dish at Wetherspoons, Walkabout and All Bar One. (click for larger image) Sources: http://www.jdwetherspoon.co.uk/ http://www.allbarone.co.uk/ http://www.walkabout.eu.com/ And special thanks to @keridavies Read more [...]

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Pre-election Question Time comes to Birmingham

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(live blog of event here) Last night saw the first in a series of pre-Election Question Time specials, hosted by Total Politics magazine, and City Inn hotels, first in Birmingham then onto Manchester, Leeds and London for the next three consecutive Thursdays. Chaired by Conservative activist and blogger, and founder of Total Politics magazine, Iain Dale (@iaindale) (who proved to be an entertaining and forceful chair), the panel consisted of MP for Redditch Jacqui Smith, MP for Birmingham Yardley Read more [...]

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Thomson Reuters: What Price the News: Live Blog #reutersethics

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Thomson Reuters debate: What Price the News?? Intrusion. Payment. Scandal. Access. Ethics. Rights. Appetite. Celebrity. Obligation. Politics. Duty. Freedom. Harassment. Competition. Privacy. Security. Power. Press. In the last few years the way in which we consume news has changed but so too have the practices of news gathering - stories of plagiarism, cash for news and harassment charges have all questioned the accepted principles of good journalism. Panelists: Ray Snoddy - BBC Newswatch Read more [...]

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