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    Montgomery Blair High School has a discipline rule, where they fail students who show up to class late nine times, and students who were absences three or more times, without an excuse note. This new rule causes students to fall behind in their classes, and many students fail their class because they couldn’t make it on time. Students eventually stop coming to class because they believe that there is no use in coming to a class that they will fail because they were late. This new rule does not care

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    The 2005 General Election Campaign and the Democratic Party The 2005 general election campaign has been a defective democratic event in many ways. Yet beneath the surface there has echoed a national conversation of passion and seriousness. Thoughtful people have debated for months with families, friends and colleagues - and with themselves - about how to vote in this contest. Much of the electorate is still

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    Operation plan: Just like in any other business, operations plays an important role in the success of Armani Blair Hair Collection (ABHC). The company is an eCommerce business, and 50% of their transactions occur on the website. Using Wix.com as the host website ABHC is provided with various tools such as marketing, SEO analytics, invoicing, and contact forms. Specifically with SEO analytics, it gives the cumulative data of how much consumers are searching for specific products on the website. The

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    Limits of the Prime Minister The formal constitutional powers listed in the previous answer 'The powers of the Prime Minister' are subject to a number of restraints in practice, which means that the British PM is not as powerful as often assumed, or as commonly alleged by critics. The large number of main constraints are as follows: Constraints on the power of patronage ------------------------------------- Ø If the party has been in opposition, then the first Cabinet appointed

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    “This general election campaign was one the most hard-fought in post-war history, even though its results seem eerily inconclusive”, this quote was selected from the Telegraph newspaper which commented on 2010 election in Britain. After the monthly campaign among three main parties, the new Prime Minister David Cameron with the deputy PM Nick Clegg formed the coalition government whilst the former Prime Minister Gordon Brown with labour party would be the biggest loser compared with other two leaders

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    essay are all from the media. The first two are from news paper reports written 27 years after the event following new revelations made during the partial disclosure of evidence submitted to the inquiry lead by Lord Saville, commissioned by Tony Blair. Source (c) is taken from an ITN news report relating to the same inquiry some 14 months later (than the other sources) in November 2000. Source (a) is an extract from the 'Daily Mail', written by the deputy Political Editor. This newspaper is

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    The book, Other People’s Words: What Plagiarism Is and How to Avoid it, has taught me many things about plagiarism. Some of the things this book taught me are the definition and some ways to avoid plagiarism. Descriptions are made as to what defines plagiarism and ways to avoid plagiarism. “To plagiarize is to take work that is not your own and submit it as your own, without giving credit to the person who created it.” Some suggestions to avoid plagiarism are to keep your notes organized, and to

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    World Investments and Economics Prime Minister Tony Blair launched Invest.UK on 5 July 2000, saying: "Today's inward investment figures are a clear vote of confidence in this country and the economic policies we are pursuing. Companies from every sector and from all over the world know Britain is the place to do business. I would like to congratulate everyone involved in the British inward investment effort - you have done a great job…To maintain this record it is vital that we modernise

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    Why the Tories Lost in the 1997 General Election The 1997 election was not like any other election in post war history. Usually a government will start its term strongly and finish it strongly while having a rough period in its middle years. However for the Conservatives it got worse from the day sterling dropped out of the ERM all the way back in 1992. The result of the ’97 election was immediately hailed by most political analysts as a labour landslide victory. Seeing as they now

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    there party members with more power than the Conservatives. With time this could change, Labour has been trying to reduce the influence of the party members, although this may seem like a jump for more control from our current Prime Minister Tony Blair, it is with good reason. The membership consists of people with the old fashion view of labour. This is a contradiction of the policies of new labour. If the membership had more power then the governing body in charge it would be a clash of different

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