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An open letter to Ruth Cadbury

Dear Ruth,

I think that your letter on an “organised plan by a particular group to “take over control” of our constituency party” was unhelpful. 889 more words

Parliamentary Labour Party

Gambling Participation, Expenditure and Risk of Harm in Australia, 1997–1998 and 2010–2011

By Armstrong, A. R., Thomas, A., & Abbott, M.

Abstract: Gambling-related harm results primarily from financial losses. Internationally Australia continues to rank as the largest spending nation per capita on gambling products. 291 more words

Journal Of Gambling Studies

Discount rate - two bills announced and rate change expected in medium term

This morning the Lord Chancellor issued a regulatory news story (RNS) to the Stock Exchange which confirms that new draft legislation will be brought forward to re-set the current personal injury discount rate of minus 0.75%. 353 more words


Taking ownership can make the difference for your candidates relocating.

In my latest book, “Find Your Lane”, I share a story about when my two year old daughter got out of her car seat and put my vehicle in gear only to roll into and damage a new car in the dealership parking lot. 402 more words

Armstrong Relocation

Up next from FCA

FCA’s latest policy development update includes:

  • second consultation on the IDD due in July, with a policy statement on the first consultation due in September;
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“The Ministry of Justice pursued an overly ambitious and high risk strategy anyway”

The history of Government-led IT projects is hardly sparkling. Today’s report from the National Audit Office provides another example to add to the long ‘room for improvement’ column. 665 more words


Further clues about the discount rate?

Just after the election result in a blog dated 9 June I referred to “a much-changed form of political calculus” because of the hung Parliament. A… 611 more words