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In-demand research report “Labour's 2015 Agenda: Ed Miliband's preparations for government” worked out by Kable has been recently published by Market Publishers Ltd. London,
Former Brown Spokesperson To Lead New Strategic Media Practice LONDON, May 26, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Ogilvy Public Relations Worldwide (Ogilvy PR) today announced that Iain Bundred, former political spokesperson to Gordon Brown, has joined its London office as Director of Strategic Media Relations.
AMSTERDAM, June 15, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- - The President of Maastricht University (Former Vice President of the World Bank and Minister of Education of the Netherlands) Jo Ritzen Outlines a Recovery Plan in A Chance for European Universities (Published 16 June) Europe is losing the battle for talented minds.
LONDON, May 5, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- - Why a Decisive Election Outcome is Imperative - We Need 'Action This Day' - We Must Tackle the Deficit - a Hung Parliament Will Result in Dangerous Indecision The British electorate needs to be decisive on 6th May, since it is imperative that government signals positive intent to the markets by taking immediate and resolute action over excessive public spending and a spiralling national debt.
On Wednesday, California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger was asked to crack down on a US website that British authorities claim encourages prostitution by allowing men to receive and provide feedback on prostitutes working in London.
An official with Britain's Labor Party insulted those with Scottish accents by asking for a translation of a Glasgow man's comments, a union official says. Collins had interjected in a question-and-answer session with Labor deputy leader Harriet Harman to request a translation of the man's comments, the Daily Mail reported Sunday. I heard Mr.
Britain's largest union, Unite, said it promised the country's Labor party it would keep the party financially afloat in a secret deal made last summer. Details deal were not disclosed, but the Labor party and the union admitted a deal was struck in June, The Times of London reported Thursday. The party's mounting debts forced it to approach various lenders for reassurance on future financial backing, The Times said. Britain's Electoral Commission has said details do not need to be disclosed,...
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