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First Congress, now Parliament: 12 Members of Parliament have Wikipedia pages altered from Parliament

I’ve written in the past about how members of Congress altered (or, more likely, had staff alter) their Wikipedia pages; not only does this violate Wikipedia’s policy against interested parties editing their own Wikipedia page, but it’s pretty obvious, since the Congressional I.P. 344 more words

Government

The senate spending scandal is a matter for parliament

By Dorothy Dobbie (photo by Johnathan Nightingale)

When Stephen Harper was elected, he had a single-minded determination to destroy the senate. He would reform it or abolish it. 571 more words

Smart Biz

Conservatives: The Party of...?

“At the heart of this manifesto is a simple proposition.

We are the party of working people, offering you security at every stage of your life. 750 more words

Conservative Party

Parliament in the 16th Century - How Members of Parliament were elected to the Commons

To be elected a Member of Parliament in the 16th Century was different to what we know today. There were no polls for the inhabitants of towns to cast their votes instead things were different. 566 more words

Henry VIII

Labour's Tristam Hunt Says He'd "Look At" Summer Born Issue

As part of the Telegraph’s Election round up, Emily Gosden reported that Tristram Hunt, Labour’s shadow education secretary, said he would launch a review of the rules governing when summer born children start school. 148 more words

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Lib Dem's David Laws' Summer Born Views Differ from Government's

In a pre-election webchat with the Telegraph, former DfE Minister of State for Schools David Laws was asked: What is your stance on summer-born children and whether they should have the right to delay their entry to school? 233 more words

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More Broken Promises - this time Empty Election ones from Conservative Education Secretary

According to the Daily Mail Nicky Morgan says, “The Tories will give parents of summer-born children the right to delay their entry to school… 736 more words

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