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3 keys for the Ravens' defense against Jaguars' offense

The Baltimore Ravens are going to face the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday for their first ever London game. The defense has played a major part in both of their wins so far and it will play a role in winning this game for them. 352 more words

Baltimore Ravens

New Labour: Because Blair Deserves Better

Earlier this week I was sitting with a colleague at work, and as it does quite often nowadays, the issue of politics came up. Despite writing about and following politics quite avidly, it’s something I tend to steer clear off at the office. 723 more words

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British centrism

Being a moderating force can be for the good of people. I’m all for balance, where one person can mediate between two opposing sides and help them reach agreement on contentious issues. 1,232 more words

Centrism

'Never let facts get in the way of a good story......'

We’ve just clocked that on the day that we reported on Birkenhead MP Frank Field’s toerag tirade against Anti-Social Behaviour All That Glitters  

that Wirral Council announced the creation (inevitably) of the  493 more words

FORMER LABOUR OLYMPICS MINISTER DIAGNOSED WITH BRAIN CANCER

Former Olympics Minister Dame Tessa Jowell has been diagnosed with brain cancer, her family have revealed.

Her daughter-in-law Ella Woodward posted on social media that the Labour peer was diagnosed in May. 1,345 more words

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Academies: Progress or Regress?

Academy Chiefs in “fat cat” pay and perks row.
Sunday Times headline – August 27, 2017

A report in the Sunday Times by its Education Editor, Sian Griffiths, got this story off to a lively start by noting that “ministers face calls today to curb the ‘fat cat’ salaries of academy school chiefs” after it emerged that more than 100 people in this group earn more than the Prime Minister – with some enjoying lucrative perks such a company BMWs. 3,402 more words

How right-wing parties win elections

This video from the USA says about itself:

How Politicians and Academics Lie: Misinformation, Public Relations, and Public Opinion (2005)

Academic dishonesty or academic misconduct is any type of cheating that occurs in relation to a formal academic exercise.

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