Monthly Archives: January 2013

Royal Consent:

A Further Exposure of Executive Power which Shows the Need for a Modern Constitution The archaic character of the Westminster parliamentary system has been further exposed by the publication on January 15 of a previously confidential Whitehall pamphlet entitled “Queen’s … Continue reading

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2 MP’s for the Isle of Wight

Citizens of the Isle of Wight cannot allow the legislature to renege on a constitutional right. There should be no link with the current shenanigans between the ConDems. It will be a travesty of justice and anti-democratic if the status … Continue reading

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OFT has no credibility

The decisions of the OFT only serve the monopolies. This is the experience of anyone driving a car after fuel prices have been given official justification by something that is supposed to be “separate” from the state. On the Isle … Continue reading

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Mass Demonstration to Safeguard the Future of Lewisham Hospital

Over 25,000 people marched on Saturday to Save Lewisham Hospital. The march was led by Lewisham Hospital workers and a group of Olympic drummers and nurses. It began from the grassy knoll, spilling over onto the roundabout near Lewisham station, … Continue reading

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Trade unions begin plans for fightback

Sunday 27 January 2013 by Peter Lazenby Morning Star Trade unionists joined forces today to rally support for a co-ordinated generalised strike across Britain. Merseyside County Association of Trades Union Councils in Liverpool hosted a conference to plan a day … Continue reading

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IOW School league tables (info)

Latest GCSE league tables published By Richard WrightFriday, January 25, 2013 LEAGUE tables released today (Thursday) show how individual Isle of Wight schools performed at the GCSE level. In 2011, 49.1 per cent of pupils achieved five or more A*to … Continue reading

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Lewisham Hospital: 15,000 march against closure plan

Campaigners said they had been expecting about 15,000 people to march BBC At least 15,000 people have marched in protest against proposals to close services at a hospital in south London. Organisers campaigning to save Lewisham Hospital say the plans … Continue reading

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