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Retienen pobladores de la sierra a Policías Estatales en retén de la colonia PRD de Chilpancingo

Por; Bernardo Torres

Chilpancingo, Guerrero.- Pobladores que mantienen un retén en la salida de Chilpancingo hacía pueblos de la Sierra, retuvieron una patrulla de la Fuerza Estatal, cuando pretendió pasar hacía la comunidad de Amojileca, pretextando la búsqueda de un menor extraviado. 104 more words

Guerrero

Cuadrilla hits out at “scaremongering” and “polluting propaganda” of anti-fracking campaigners

A small but influential group of people have changed public perception against shale gas, Cuadrilla’s commercial director told a committee of MPs this afternoon.

Tony Carruthers blamed anti-fracking campaigners for what he called “ridiculous scaremongering” and said their propaganda had been “extraordinarily successful”. 627 more words

Fracking

'CEP appointed as Secretariat for All Party Parliamentary Group for Prescribed Drug Dependence' [reblog]

‘CEP appointed as Secretariat for All Party Parliamentary Group for Prescribed Drug Dependence’ on CEP UK website, 7 July 2015:

“The Council for Evidence-based Psychiatry has been appointed as the Secretariat for the All Party Parliamentary Group for Prescribed Drug Dependence (APPG for PDD). 180 more words

Reblogged

Only A Couple Of Places Left For Our 'Britain For Events' Lunch!

We’re still 6 weeks away from our ‘Britain for Events’ lunch being held on Friday 19th June and we only have a couple of places left! 269 more words

Events Industry

Central College Nottingham Home Educated GCSE Courses 14-16

Central College Nottingham was one of the first colleges in the UK to offer a dedicated GCSE programme for pre-16 home educated students.

Following the success of this programme the college is extending its home education offer to include the following 390 more words

Making a connection with your MP

These are some of the outcomes achieved by home educators from talking to their MPs

  • Mass presentation of petitions to parliament
  • Mass lobby of MPs…
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