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    The Advice to Labor Leadership on Voting Behavior Over the past twenty-five years the issues important to the British electorate have changed dramatically. In light of these shifts in voting behavior the best advice to Labor leaders would be to continue doing exactly what they are doing. Thus far New Labor has reacted well to maximize the latest in campaign strategies and voter trends. Now that New Labor has successfully positioned themselves in response to these voter trends Labor’s goal

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    Social Care in the UK

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    This essay attempts to; discuss the dominant social policy perspectives that have influenced social policy making in the United Kingdom since 1945. To explain how differing perspectives have responded to healthcare as a social problem. To describe two key policies that have been instigated since the start of New Labour in 1997, and to examine a contemporary social policy relating to health. In 1941 Sir William Beveridge was commissioned by the then Conservative prime minister, Winston Churchill

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    Voting by Ethnic Minorities in Britain The ethnic minorities in Britain are composed of many different people of different ethnic origins. Stereotypically, most people consider the ethnic minorities to either be Black or Asian and alienating these two groups from the rest of the society that makes up the ethnic minorities. The many other people, who could fall into this category, are people such as the Irish, Scottish, Welsh, Jewish, Gypsies, Asylum Seekers and also those who are part of

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    loves there family but Richard loves power more and will put his family second. The words "you can imagine" stand out more, because it is more than he can imagine, he does not know what his brother is plotting. Now, Richard can be related to Tony Blair. At the moment he is calm about war, there has been little preparation and he is not nervous when talking or on television. Similar to how Richard was calm about the death of nearly all his family. In conclusion, I think that Richard can be unreliable

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    Commons statements by ministers. The Prime Minister is also heavily involved in his annual party conference, where he discusses his aims and policies. However, this year the conference has come under criticism by the press who believe that Tony Blair avoided controversial topics such as the Hutton Enquiry and prevented extreme dissenters from gaining entry to the main conference arena. Yet, despite the PM's avoidance of some issues, he is still a mouthpiece for his party. In conclusion, the

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    I can't remember ever seeing a film with more moral problems and issues than Roger Kumbles Cruel Intentions. Although the film is intended to be a dark comedy and a teenage version of Dangerous Liaisons, Cruel Intentions is a mature and often shocking look at a potential realistic situation played up as a fantasy tale that offers a sickening example of the moral decay present in our society. Morals seem to change from generation to generation, and as time goes on it seems that at one time what was

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    The Impact of the 1997 General Election In 1997 there was an expected swing from Conservative to Labour government. It resulted in Labour receiving 9.2% more votes, and 147 more MPs than in 1992; and with the Conservatives winning 11% less votes, and 171 less MPs than in 1992 (the Liberal Democrats won 17% of the votes about equalling the previous election, and gained 26 seats). The outcome of the election was due to various factors which had always been apparent yet commentators never

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    dsfsCitain this January to take part in a seminar entitled "Building Bridges: Overcoming Obstacles in Christian-Muslim Relations". Tony Blair also praised these Christians and Muslims for coming together at the conference being hosted by the Archbishop of Canterbury, George Carey, to promote post-September 11 dialogue. The is same George Carey who in November 2000 said he believed the use of military force, which has resulted in the murder of tens of thousands of Muslim lives in Afghanistan, was

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    Genomics

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    of DNA possible in 1976. In the early 1990’s, scientists undertook one of the largest projects ever when they agreed to map and interpret the functions of every gene in the human body. (“Genomics”, 1998) When the rough draft was completed, Tony Blair quoted, “ . . . implication far surpassed even the discovery of antibiotics, the first great technological triumph of the 21st century.” (Bird, 2000) The Genome Project calculates the discovered genes in EST’s, or gene fragments. Researchers have

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    Andrew Rossi’s documentary film, Page One: Inside the New York Times fits into the finger categories of news media/entertainment and social relationships. The most relevant category is news media/entertainment. The New York Times is the nation’s oldest continually publishing major newspaper. A newspaper is a type of news media, and its goal is to inform the public. The documentary also fits into the category of social relationships. The documentary depicts many relationships that are a part of the

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