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17 Sep 14 - Society Politics News
TUC congress: We are heading for a Downton Abbey-style society
The leader of the trade union movement has warned that Britain risks creating a "Downton Abbey-style" society in which social mobility has gone into reverse.
Charities should stick to knitting and keep out of politics, says MP
David Cameron's new minister for civil society has been branded patronising and dismissive after he told charities to "stick to their knitting" and keep out of politics. Brooks Newmark, who was appointed in the summer reshuffle, made the comments amid ...
James Robinson: “Any society can benefit from diversity”
In a recent interview the former president of Armenia, Robert Kocharyan, who hopes to return to politics, admitted that he loves a book titled “Why Nations Fail” by Daron Asemoglu and James Robinson.
Guest column by the Government and Politics Association | Beyond partisan
W e are the Government and Politics Association, the largest and most active political group on campus. With over 200 participating members, we are the central political forum on campus, the only place where anyone of any political belief can come and ...
Krugman: Inflationary cult a symptom of overly polarized, political society
The persistence of the inflation cult is, therefore, an indicator of just how polarized our society has become, of how everything is political, even among those who are supposed to rise above such things. And that reality, unlike the supposed risk of ...
Islamic State is a cancer of the Middle East's politics and society
Something has been festering in the heart of the Middle East. A cancer, a disease, gaining strength from the weakness of the body.
Brosnan Says New Film Has No Relation to Politics, Ukrainian Crisis
MOSCOW, September 10 (RIA Novosti) - Hollywood actor Pierce Brosnan's new action film was not inspired by the current political situation in the world, with the plot written long before the Ukrainian conflict erupted, the actor told RIA Novosti Wednesday.
The Scent of a Conservative
“It appears nature stacks the deck to make politically similar partners more attractive to each other in unconscious ways,” a research team led by Brown University political scientist Rose McDermott writes in the American Journal of Political Science ...
Exclusive: Lottery 'gambled' £1m on David Cameron's Big Society project
Lisa Nandy, the shadow minister for civil society, said she was concerned as to whether any political connections between the Big Society Network (BSN) and the Conservatives had a bearing on the success of the bid. “Huge sums of money have been ...
The evolution of modern Singapore's civil society
Since the 2011 General Election in particular, there has been a fundamental political shift that started from the roots of society as Singaporeans increasingly want a say in the political process and policies, without actually being involved as a ...
There are some recent changes that require a reanalysis of the relationship between religious communities and politics. 1) During the transition from modernity to postmodernism, there is a sociological change from a monolithic society towards a ...
Prayuth: The conflict must end
The political and social conflict in society must end if there is to be any reconciliation, Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha said on Tuesday.
Lachlan Macquarie shaped by the same social idealism Scotland seeks through ...
His story, ultimately a political tragedy, is a tale that speaks to Scotland's burning question: what kind of society do we want. A core theme of the "Yes" campaign is that the Scottish social imagination is inherently compassionate and less tolerant ...
Former treasurer Peter Costello criticises government's debt levy
Former Liberal treasurer Peter Costello has criticised the federal government's 2 per cent temporary deficit levy on high income earners, arguing it was essentially a political sweetener to secure spending cuts which have not materialised. And he has ...
Labor MP Tim Watts defends Tony Abbott against online 'birthers'
Labor MP Tim Watts has hit out at the "Australian birthers" and labelled their allegations a "conspiracy theory" aimed at undermining confidence in Australia's political system. The so-called Australian "birthers", a nod to similar US right-wing ...
The Scoop: R.I. Society of Certified Public Accountants Endorses Almonte
Welcome back to The Scoop, the 4 p.m. report on everything politics in Rhode Island - the inside daily report exclusively on GoLocalProv.
'Science for society' is new govt theme
Science under the military administration will become "science for society" instead of "science for the economy", Deputy Prime Minister Yongyuth Yutthawong has said.
ACCA Comment: Why business must work with politics for the good of society
The two are undeniably intertwined; arguably business and politics are the two main driving forces and influences on society. But the Scottish referendum has only reignited arguments about this important question: does business care about politics?
Driving American Politics Underground
Genuine political activity, the organizing work needed to protect citizens from the abuses of power, exists only on the margins of society. Politics in America has gone underground. The political philosopher Sheldon Wolin, who coined the term "inverted ...
Bar Association calls for inquiry into NT magistrate's political involvement
Earlier, the attorney general told parliament: “A magistrate in the Northern Territory is allowed to have a political opinion.
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