Date of publication: 2017-08-31 22:59
Not this time. There is no doubt in my mind that at the beginning of the campaign the public were indeed about to give the Tories a landslide. After all, we had just had a really poor local election result, a normally reliable predictor.
Plans to exploit Iraq's oil reserves were discussed by government ministers and the world's largest oil companies the year before Britain took a leading role in invading Iraq, government documents show.
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Leigh's own contribution begins this month, when New South Press launches his third book, Disconnected. It is, essentially, an Australian version of Bowling Alone , in which Leigh argues: "Over time, some of us seem to have replaced friends with [the TV show] Friends and neighbours with Neighbours."
And well done for having respect from La France, but that personally does not surprise me. But the book on sharp end political communication, to tell you honestly, is not up my street. I am into other things in life, you might have noticed.
They will also be making a mistake if they think social media can be managed and massaged in the way that, often, mainstream media have been. The key on this I agree totally with Seguela is authenticity. And that should be good news for authentic political leaders and an authenticity hungry public alike.
Fourth, as outlined above, Britain has ensured that "variable geometry" has been possible on new areas of co-operation. As a result, other member states have gone faster on economic and monetary union, and on common borders. The current debate about justice and home affairs powers is another example where the British government, if it can reach its own consensus, is able to go at a different speed to the rest of Europe.
AI, automation and Big Data will usher in a new workplace revolution. The NHS, our school and skills system, ‘early years’ education, welfare and retirement need to be re-designed fundamentally to take account of technology, scientific development, and changing demographics and lifestyle.