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    Gossip Girl, a television show based on Cecily von Ziegesars’ book series, follows the lives of a group of high society, privileged teenagers from the Upper East Side of Manhattan. In the series, the character Gossip Girl, is a mysterious, all-knowing blogger with a secret identity who reveals everyone’s darkest and most scandalous secrets (TV Guide). Through the use of her website and constant text message updates, all of Manhattan’s elite are subject to exposure via Gossip Girl. Regardless of how

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    Analysis of Party Electoral Communications in the 1997 UK General Election Part 1 - Core Concepts and Theories ----------------------------------- The subject matter in this topic draws very heavily on Public Relations and Communications theory and practice. The 1997 General Election was one that was fought very much on the "media battleground", and one of the campaigns that involves the fields of Public Relations and Mass Communication more than almost any other in British Political

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    The Labour Party

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    pounds and growing debit balance of trade also threaten to make Britain bankrupt. The Labour election mani... ... middle of paper ... ... it in a way acceptable to the electorates. Labour party won the 1997 election due to these factors. The Blair led government continued to enjoy high popularity towards the 2001 elections: Labour enjoyed a good first term: inflation was down, and employment went up, living standards of the middle class rising along with a housing boom. The Conservatives went

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    East Side of Manhattan, and viewers cannot help but envy them. Archetypal characters engaging in common sexual fantasies, frequent displays of no-strings-attached sexual encounters, and the tumultuous and passionate relationship of Chuck Bass and Blair Waldorf all entrance the viewers, creating for them a fabulous fantasy world in which they can live vicariously through the drama of others, thus finding escape from the normalcy of real life. The five main characters of Gossip Girl each have distinct

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    ‘Widgery Report’ came to a verdict that the army was not to blame for what happened where as Nationalists see the verdict as wrong and believe this is a reason which has stopped independence in Ulster. On the 29th January 1998 the Prime Minister Tony Blair ordered another enquiry into ‘Bloody Sunday’ which is still on going to the present day and is the ‘Saville Report’. The troubles in Ulster had hit an all time high in 1969 and after that marches and parades were usually an excuse for violence

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    existed and a war which has killed many thousands of people would have been avoided. It is now clear that the issue of whether or not Saddam possessed weapons of mass destruction was a smokescreen. Leaked government papers have shown that Tony Blair was committed to go to war with George Bush on the issue of regime change at least a year before the conflict, but he kept this secret from Parliament and the British people. The Prime Minister has never answered this charge. The human and financial

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    to give the ‘facts’ to him. Vice-President Dick Cheney and Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld came up with the idea to pass it through Britain and Tony Blair – personal cover name: ‘Poodle’. Rumsfeld: “Yes, he ‘will tell’ that story, he wants to be important!” And Cheney added: “Sure, Bambi (political nickname for the inexperienced, saucer-eyed Blair) is from Scotland, they like us, and moreover, he will drag the UK into this as well.” America is not only the dreamland of adventurers, actors or poor

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    went wrong? Was Bush lying all along, or did he just make a mistake? I think that the answer to this question is obvious: Bush and Blair, or 'Bliar', as anti-war campaigners call him, have lying to us all along. Before the war, the UN vetoed the war, until such time as there was any proof that Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction. Bush and Blair, however, decided to ignore the clearly superior views of others. They went straight ahead with the war, insisting that action must be

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    The New Labour

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    are simply stiched together old concepts to make Labour electable. 1.4 Plan: First, I will give a small amount of background information on why Labour needed to change. Then contrast Old and New Labour. Second I will cover the policies that Blair and New Labour have introduced.Third, whether these changes were radical ideas by the government or just reworked past polices with a different spin on them. 2. Central Arguments 2.1 Background of Labours need to Reform: · Damage of the

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    Socialism in the Labour Party Socialism is defined in the oxford English as a "political and economic theory of social organisation that advocates that community as a whole should own and control the means of production, distribution, and exchange." Philosophically this fitted the labour party and it's roots. When the labour party was founded in 1900 four constituent elements were instrumental in its make-up. Theses four elements were: the trade unions, the social democrat federation,

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