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Crime & Drugs Elected as Ministry's New Focus

Election of Crime at Drugs as New Focus

Content for this post was taken from the Daily Progress coverage of our 9th Annual Assembly.

For years, Loretta Martin said, her sister has battled drug and alcohol abuse without being able to find adequate rehabilitation programs close to her family. 504 more words

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Love Labour Lost

There’s no question – it’s desperately funny, watching the power-mad becoming afraid to take power. It happens sometimes in a nation’s history, usually – as now – during a crisis, when those people who long for all that lovely control over everyone else understand, with the instinct of a common, feral rat, that becoming King (or Queen) Rat will not do them any favours long-term. 1,130 more words

Butterfly Rebellion

'Disobedient Objects'

…is the name of a temporary exhibition on show at the Victoria and Albert museum running from 26 July 2014 – 1 February 2015. The display was a culmination of artefacts collected from various demonstrations of civil disobedience in the past hundred years. 338 more words

Discovering London

Yes wins the battle, No wins the war. Democracy comes out on top.

While the 45% will be recovering from the desperate disappointment of a ‘No’ vote, with some crying foul and whispering about conspiracy theories, democracy can sit back and smile. 738 more words


Johann Lamont and Scottish Labour

Paul Cruikshank sets out two central challenges Scottish Labour needs to face up to.

This weekend, Johann Lamont announced she will be standing down as leader of the Labour Party in Scotland. 768 more words

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