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Thousands march against spending cuts


More than a quarter of a million people have marched through central London to deliver a powerful message about the government's cuts in public spending. The generally good-natured mood was soured by violent and destructive attacks on symbols of wealth including the Ritz, banks and a luxury car dealer, and an occupation of the upmarket food store Fortnum and Mason. Trade union organisers said that the turnout had exceeded their expectations, and thousands had travelled by coach and by train from as far as Edinburgh to vent their anger at the government's cuts by marching through London to a ...


We need a general election


Both the borough’s Labour MPs voted against dissolving parliament and holding an election. The vote follows months of scandal and allegations over Brent Labour MPs expenses claims, and a massive 25% drop in the Labour vote in last week’s European elections in Brent. Eight ministers have abandoned Gordon Brown’s government and internal disputes have overshadowed important policy debates.The only major party to move forward in the elections last week was Sarah Teather’s Liberal Democrats. Even David Cameron has admitted that the Conservatives can’t win in Brent ...


Britain has outsourced mayhem. Finally it's coming home


I believe that the current political crisis has little to do with the expenses scandal, still less with Gordon Brown's leadership. It arises because our economic system can no longer extract wealth from other nations. For the past 300 years, the revolutions and reforms experienced by almost all other developed countries have been averted in Britain by foreign remittances.The social unrest that might have transformed our politics was instead outsourced to our colonies and unwilling trading partners. The rebellions in Ireland, India, China, the Caribbean, Egypt, South Africa, Malaya, Kenya, Iran ...


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Scottish independence: the noes might have it, but for how long? | Peter Kellner
Alex Salmond has started to neutralise the fear factor of voting yes. I predict a second referendum if the no vote narrowly winsFor six months, Alex Salmond seemed to be heading for a heavy defeat. Successive YouGov polls on Scotlands coming referendum showed the no vote leading yes by at least 16 points. Our last poll, in mid-August, reported the narrowest lead yet, but still a substantial 14 points. In the past fortnight, that has collapsed to just six points, with no leading yes by just 53 to 47%. A close finish looks likely, and a yes victory is now a real possibility.When I first saw our data, I wanted to make sure the movement was real. All polls, however carefully conducted, are subject to sampling error. Can we be sure the rise in support for independence is real? Continue reading...
We still dont know what we are eating heres how to tackle food fraud | Lisa Jack
As the review into the horsemeat scandal shows, food networks are too prone to abuse. Its time to follow the moneyFood fraud is a huge problem in the UK, and much of it is as a result of organised crime. Unfortunately, as the report of the Elliott review on the 2013 horsemeat scandal now points out, there is too little evidence to gauge the full extent of fraudulent practices in the industry.Food mislabelling is widespread, as is the practice of substituting premium commodity products in whole or in part with cheaper ingredients. Actually, substituting modestly priced ingredients with even cheaper ones is not unknown. We might have guessed that substitution was happening there must be a reason some foods are so cheap but it becomes serious when, say, ground peanuts are substituted for ground almonds and appear in restaurant meals. This could prove dangerous, or even fatal, to people with allergies. Continue reading...
The worlds best leaders are cast as themselves in a play that never ends | Marco Aponte-Moreno
Leaders, like actors, must use values and beliefs in their own lives that correspond to the situation in which they find themselvesWhen Hillary Clinton welled up in response to an innocuous question about how she kept so upbeat on the presidential campaign trail in 2008, people took notice. To the surprise of pollsters, she won the primary in question New Hampshire despite trailing her opponent Barack Obama before the tears.A display of weakness such as this is one of the most fundamental qualities of inspirational leadership. Expressing sincere vulnerability allows leaders to communicate their humanity and accessibility, and it seems the people of New Hampshire were swayed. Continue reading...
Obama tries to sell another unwanted war to the US public
It was the speech that Barack Obama didn’t want to give – and it showed. He was, as usual, analytical and cogent in his primetime address on Wednesday evening, explaining why he was authorising a stepped-up campaign against Isis.



 
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