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The Wisconsin Governor's "Much Ado About Nothing"

...and other economic nonsense Speaking of Clement Atlee, Winston Churchill once quipped, There's less to him than meets the eye. The same can be said for Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker. His recent Twitter comment merits the same assessment. Daily Kos, 1 week ago

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AllVoices, 3 weeks ago

John Prescott Clement Atlee and NOT Margaret Thatcher deserves a statue in Parliament Square

bumbling toff Cameron caused grave offence by denying visas to Indian students.Three weeks ago the Chancellor George Osborne visited India with another group of arms dealers and offered to put
 Big News Network4 weeks ago

Consensus, the elusive word in our politics

By Dan Branch More by There are many lessons to be drawn from the chaotic scenes witnessed in Ferguson, Missouri, US, over the past two weeks. The shooting of Michael Brown, the reaction of Ferguson's population, the police response and the ...
 Daily Nation1 week ago

National Archives piece together the records of 140,000 First World War officers

Lieutenant Reginald Frederick Le Mesurier. One of thousands of officers whose records have been pieced together by volunteers at The National Archives. The National Archives They include the poignant letters written by Rudyard Kipling regarding ...
 Culture241 week ago
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Former PMs lined up for post

A selection of stamps commemorating former prime ministers is being released by the Royal Mail. The set of eight, which includes William Gladstone, Winston Churchill, Harold Wilson and Margaret Thatcher, will be available from 14 October. William ...
 BBC3 weeks ago

Small change

Revolutions- A Very Short Introduction Jack A. Goldstone Oxford University Press Year of Publishing: 2014 Revolutions, heroic or horrific, have always aroused intense emotions and strong passions. Karl Marx championed revolutions and described ...
 The Friday Times1 month ago

Democracy needs to fight back against autocrats

Reform of the permanent membership of the UN Security Council will give it renewed legitimacy There is a dangerous lack of leadership from the democratic powers. This vacuum is threatening the already weak structure of international governance and ...
 Gulf News1 month ago

Malaysia Airlines plane crash: World's 10 most mysterious plane disappearances and strangest aircraft crashes

The aircraft, a Boeing 777 flying from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur, came down near the city of Donetsk, stronghold of pro-Russian rebels A Malaysian airliner was shot down over eastern Ukraine killing all 295 people aboard, a Ukrainian minister ...
 Irish Mirror1 month ago

This Day in History — July 17th

1453: The French defeat the English at the battle of Castillon, ending the Hundred Years' War, with Calais the only English possession on the continent. 1586: Sir Francis Walsingham, diplomat and principal secretary to England's Queen Elizabeth, ...
 Jamaica Observer1 month ago

Geography and global order

Mapping the End of Empire by U.S. State Department historian Aiyaz Husain embodies a project that the author himself describes as 'ambitious'. Aiming to offer a fresh perspective on the end of European colonialism and the attendant rebuilding of the ...
 The Hindu2 months ago
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