THE NEW PARTY Press Release : EU will create “Africa in Europe”
THE NEW PARTY
Friday 1st July 2005 - immediate
EU will create “Africa in Europe”
As Britain takes over the EU presidency and chairs the G8 summit at Gleneagles, the New Party warns that EU policies will create “Africa in Europe”.
Many Africans now realise that the only wa(Added: Sat Jul 02 2005)
Wrexham Man Loses Job Over False Speed Camera Ticket – Could Have Been Prevented
WREXHAM, UK – More than 1,100 motorists who received speed camera tickets last October have now been informed that the tickets were issued in error, and one man has complained that the wrongful ticket cost him a job opportunity, according to published reports.
“Speed cameras are not perfect. Mist(Added: Tue Jun 28 2005)
£4 million complex provides new homes for pensioners and families
A £4 MILLION housing development – providing new flats for rent in Edinburgh – was officially opened today (Monday, June 27) by the city’s Lord Provost, Lesley Hinds.
The development at Stenhouse Mill Wynd, off Gorgie Road, has transformed a derelict site into sheltered accommodation for pensione(Added: Mon Jun 27 2005)
£650,000 wasted in heating bills by new homes every year
A new report commissioned by the Energy Saving Trust reveals that new homes emit 6,000 tonnes more carbon dioxide each year than they should be as a result of non-compliance with minimum air tightness standards.
With around 1 million new homes set to be built over the next 5 years, over 30,000 (Added: Mon Jun 27 2005)
for all makind or better or for worse
I can still make the world a better place to live in
If I was born unto the world this whole celestial god made world than I still have time to make this place a better place to live in.
I like living in this world coz I was meant to be here in full cavalry and chivalry and daventry so help me t(Added: Sun Jun 26 2005)
Speed Limits May Not Be Saving Lives
Recent research shows that there is no widespread connection between a higher highway speed limit and a higher fatality rate.
A new article publishing in the latest issue of Review of Policy Research examines the evolution and devolution of speed limit laws and their effects on fatality rates. T(Added: Wed Jun 22 2005)
Trainer1 powers the ODPM’s learning and knowledge management initiatives
The Office of the Deputy Prime Minister (ODPM) is using e-learning specialist Trainer1’s knowledge management tool, Argonaut, to power the department’s ‘Learning Resources Directory’ (LRD), registering the use of each of the materials in the LRD.
The ODPM’s LRD contains the Department’s learning (Added: Mon Jun 20 2005)
newcomer to my paradise a nepal without ends
I have chosen my secret paradise- for this is Nepal In a person called Danny Teller-
Now I have chosen a time to mention a new organisation in Nepal- this isn’t INFO- for Inside Nepal friendship still reigns big and small for the organisation which I have yet to do any research is called Anaporna(Added: Mon Jun 20 2005)
Gordon4PM. It’s time for Tony Blair to move over.
www.gordon4pm.com launches a postcard campaign to try and shift Tony Blair out of Downing Street. Write to you MP and promote Gordon Brown.
Tony Blair is proving to be as difficult to shift as a bad underarm stain or a lump of superglue on a set of silk undies. He lost 100 seats at the last ele(Added: Wed Jun 08 2005)
Tribal Technology scores a hat trick of wins in South East local government
Three local authorities in the South East of England have chosen services from Tribal Technology since the start of 2005. Ealing Borough Council has renewed its commitment to the IT and information management systems specialist by signing a new contract for additional asset management services; Ken(Added: Thu Jun 02 2005)
Status of US Citizens Influences Economic Aid to Mexico/Asia
Whether or not legislators vote to help rescue weaker economies depends on the skill and education levels of their constituents back home.
A new study publishing in the latest issue of American Journal of Political Science looks at the voting history of the Congress to find that members are signi(Added: Wed Jun 01 2005)
Feelings of Threat Lead to Restricted Civil Liberties
An increased perception of terrorist threat, strengthens peoples’ support of measures that limit civil liberties.
A study published in the latest issue of American Journal of Political Science examines how two different psychological reactions to terrorism (perceived threat and anxiety) play a ro(Added: Thu May 26 2005)
Smoother bureaucracy for Europe’s mobile workforce
As Europe’s citizens increasingly move between the 25 EU Member States how can public administrations provide user-friendly services to their ever-mobile citizens? Successful trials of a new platform demonstrate one possible solution.
The IST programme-funded INFOCITIZEN project addressed the cha(Added: Thu May 26 2005)
Post-9/11 Foreign Policy: Traditional and Dangerous
Bush Foreign Policy is using traditional means with dangerous implications to mobilize public support.
An article published in the latest issue of Diplomatic History examines Bush’s post 9/11 national security strategy in a historical perspective. In doing so, author Melvyn P. Leffler finds tha(Added: Tue May 24 2005)
Geoprge Galloway and Tower Hamlets
20th May 200
George Galloway MP to present petition to Tower Hamlets Council demanding the withdrawal of the Columbia Estates from Housing Choice.
The Columbia Estates Defend Council Housing Group has coll(Added: Fri May 20 2005)
Toward interoperability in EU-wide e-government
Overcoming bureaucratic hurdles to set up a company in your own country is complicated enough; doing it elsewhere can be even more difficult. An architecture that allows different public administrations in different countries to interoperate offers one solution.
“Interoperability is currently the(Added: Fri May 20 2005)
Neutrality and the National Security Council Adviser
The adviser’s duties may expand, but the position’s effectiveness relies on the advisor remaining neutral.
An article published in the latest issue of Presidential Studies Quarterly examines the impact of the “neutral” or “honest” broker in presidential decision-making, specifically looking at th(Added: Thu May 19 2005)
The Real Counterfeit ID Act: Industry Report
Entertainment and software piracy, terrorism, counterfeit currency, illegal immigration, prostitution, and identity theft are just a few of the growing list of crimes related to fake identification. In the first quarter of 2005, nearly 25% of global counterfeiting incidents (valued at $1.06 Billion(Added: Mon May 16 2005)
Dorset’s Accessible self-service on the web
Dorset County Council is getting the most out its resources by moving its ‘customers’ to the web. Therefore it is viewed as essential to make sure that its website not only performs well, in terms of speed and the provision of relevant content, but that it is also is fully website accessibility comp(Added: Mon May 16 2005)
Ingenious Military Training Simulation Systems
SANTA CLARA, CA - A Santa Clara based manufacturer and retailer of military simulation and training gear recently announced a new generation of accessories designed to take real action training and games to the next level. Real Action Paintball, online at www.rap4.com, specializes in delivering trai(Added: Sun May 15 2005)
A Peak Inside Parliament! : Superbreak launches tour packages
The election may be over, but why not have a peak inside the Houses of Parliament this summer before the newly formed cabinet returns in October. Short break specialist, Superbreak http://www.superbreak.com has launched a range of packages which combine overnight accommodation at a range of hotels a(Added: Fri May 13 2005)
NEW BOOK ABOUT USA PATRIOT ACT EXPOSES VIOLATIONS OF CIVIL LIBERTIES
Three of the United States' leading social critics and writers have praised the latest book by Walter Brasch. Noam Chomsky, distinguished professor emeritus of linguistics at MIT, calls America’s Unpatriotic Acts (Peter Lang, Feb. 2005) “a lucid and well-documented study of the PATRIOT Act th(Added: Wed May 11 2005)
Enterprise management facilities for public authorities
Public authorities have long needed the equivalent of the enterprise management system – as used by leading companies around the world – but seldom had the resources to afford it. Now a new collaborative-working platform developed under the ICTE-PAN project may hold the solution.
Starting in the(Added: Tue May 10 2005)
AUTISM CAMPAIGN APPEAL DIRECTLY TO SRI LANKAN PRESIDENT & PRIME MINISTER
Ivan and Charika Corea of the Autism Awareness Campaign have appealed directly to Her Excellency Chandrika Bandaranaike Kumaratunga, the President of Sri Lanka who was recently in London, to take action over public services for people with autism and Asperger's Syndrome.
They have heard from Sri(Added: Fri May 06 2005)
On target; Australia aims for more skilled migrants
LONDON – The Australian Government has confirmed significant changes to its immigration strategy by adding to its Migration Occupations in Demand List (MODL). The changes affect skilled visas for immigration to Australia.
The MODL and Skills Occupation List (SOL) form part of the backbone of Aus(Added: Fri May 06 2005)
"Best Interests of the Children"
Press release 4th May 2005
In the best interests of the children
At last, someone has acknowledged that the present system for supporting children involved in custody battles is not working.
Children’s Commissioner Kathleen Marshall has spoken out about how badly children are treated when (Added: Wed May 04 2005)