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The Irish Times Weekly Politics Podcast: Mary Minihan considers the fallout from the publication of the Moriarty Tribunal report, Enda Kenny's trip to Brussels and how Independents have fared a few weeks into the new Dáil
The Irish Times Weekly Politics Podcast 31/05/11
Irish Times political correspondent Harry McGee discusses wage reform and the possible introduction of water charges with Joan Collins from People Before Profit, Fianna Fail Senator Daragh O'Brien and Labour Party TD Derek Nolan.
The Irish Times Politics
Irish Times politics editor Stephen Collins interprets the results of an Irish Times opinion poll that shows independent Senator David Norris in the lead with three months to go before the Presidential election.
Carwyn Jones speaking to Co-Operative Party Annual Conference in Cardiff today
Joan Burton TD speaking on 4-year plan
It is great to know your good relationship with the Bangladeshi community My Precious!
Trade Unions in Britain
Important differences emerge at Scotland hustings
Well done donald dewar and John Smith for standing up for Scotland and paving the way for the re-establishment of the Scottish Parliament. Many Scottish MPs stood for Scotland and signed the Scottish Claim of Right. Unfortunately no one seems to be prepared to give similar representation to that other proud historic nation - England. England is as valid country as Scotland. Yet the people of England have been denied even consultation on the re-establishment of their English Parliament. Labour tried it's damnedest to balkanise England into "regions" again without consent. A recent poll (IPPR) has support for an English parliament running at 69% but still we are denied democratic equality with Scotland. You touched on poverty. The average English person gets £1600 less per person, per year from central government than an average Scot. Elderly English people have to sell their homes for care - not so in Scotland, English students leave University £10000 more in debt than Scottish students because Scots have their tuition fees paid for by the state, English people pay £7.20 per prescription - £3 in Scotland, free in Wales. These are are a few examples of the raw deal the English currently get from the British government because we have no parliament of our own standing for us. Will you commit to funding equality and democratic equality? The Tories are weak on England and there is a great opportunity for Labour here. Will Labour remember its English roots and stand for England?
Swansea Labour Students Campaign for a Living Wage
People all over the country want to be part of a movement for change (pre-recorded)
You created a social movement to carry out, oppose and reverse the result caused by someone's downfall in Political and Social topic of interest. Because of Education Modern Social Movements became possible and increased preparation for active service and increased in organizing of workers in Industry, and of someone doing manual work for wages. Freedom of Expression, Education and Dependent on relation to Economy is sometimes argued and common in the Modern Western Culture which is responsible for the removal from previous number of cases and range of activity occurring at the same time as another by Social Movements. e.g of Social Movement is Opposing Western Colonialism. Modern Movements frequently make practical use of Technology and the Internet to organize people globally for a purpose. The direction of producing new conditions to means of Travelling or Sending Messages is everyone's main idea in number of successful Social Movements. The Questions are HOW MUCH CHANGE - Limited or Radical ? and WHO IS CHANGED - Everyone or Specific Individuals ? Thank you