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    amongst all. Getting there By Air : Port Blair is connected with Chennai and kolkata by all leading airlines By Sea : Regular passenger ship services are available to Port Blair from Chennai,Kolkata and Vishakhapatnam and back.There are usually 3 to 4 sailings every month from kolkata and Chennai to Port Blair and vice versa.However there is one sailing also from Vishakhapatnam.The voyage takes normally 50 to 60 hrs to reach the destination and it halts at Port Blair for 2 to 4 days.One can capture the

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    Machiavelli in a new light. Defending my thesis made me draw new ties between Gossip Girl and The Prince. Now when I watch one of my favorite television shows I see Machiavelli throughout every episode, whether in the prince-like characters such as Blair or seeing Machiavelli as Gossip

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    the stagnation of British voting behaviour in European elections. Statistics show that there has been nearly a 10% decrease in turnout for general elections since 1997; the electorate turnout in 1997 stood at 71.4% with the first election of Tony Blair. (UK Political Info). In 2001 the turnout hit a a major low at just 59.4% (the lowest recorded since 1918). From this point onwards the decrease in turnout re... ... middle of paper ... ... fallen out of favour with the people. It has been demonstrated

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    My Response to the play Rainbow's Ending. I quiet enjoyed reading the text "Rainbow's Ending". Here is a brief summary of the play: The story is about two giants, the world is peaceful, quiet and happy, until the giants have an argument over who is bigger, and have an eating competition. They eat anything and everything they can find, as they eat their way through the country. The rest of the country becomes helpless, dirty and noisy. Until one day the giants return and everything becomes

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    The Effects of Political Parties on a Democracy There are indeed several aspects in the composition of political parties that threaten democracy in the UK, whilst other aspects may promote democracy. Careful analysis must be done in order to establish to what extent either is true. On the one hand, it may be argued that parties in fact promote democracy for a variety of reasons. Firstly, they assist the electorate by offering them a coherent choice, allowing people to vote democratically

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    their own hype and becoming overconfident and presidential. Labour had realised the need for modernisation ad the Conservatives failed to realise this, they thought their power trip would never end but it did, to the hands of the charismatic Tony Blair on the 1st May 1997.

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    In the 1940s across industrialised countries, the unique creation of welfare states were introduced. (Lowe, 2005) The term welfare state refers to a society in which the government takes active responsibility for the welfare of citizens living in their jurisdiction. (Lowe, 2005) In the UK, the welfare state consist of policies designed to reflect social need, and includes benefits for those considered to be lower social classes. (Lowe, 2005) Created around the ideas of Beveridge in 1944, the welfare

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    in the past couple of decades. These three factors will help establish a basis to further examine the negative messages of feminism that Gossip Girl gives out. This paper will look at two episodes of Gossip Girl and more specifically the character Blair Waldorf to see what and how negative views of feminism are being shown. Part I: Feminism and its Three Waves It is difficult to have just one single definition of what feminism is. Sally Scholz states that a very general definition of feminism would

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    to be sorted out and how long it took. Also in labours defence I shall write about how Tony Blair thinks that a cut in fuel tax will cause more problems in the future. Also I will right about the opinions of the petrol protesters, how they are helping the nation on the over taxed fuel, because they are not doing the protests for fun (although they might look fun). The newspapers I read showed what Tony Blair said about his taxing but where most of it was lies or misleading. Also what he actually did

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    The Significance of the Resignation of David Blunkett as Home Secretary David Blunkett: A Personal Profile The messy personal scandal which has brought about the political demise of the Home Secretary is out of character for a man who has always prided himself on his strong moral values. David Blunkett has been a key figure in shaping New Labour's social agenda, a politician whose uncompromising principles shape both his private and professional life. He refused to back down when his

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