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    The Debate Over Gene Patenting

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    these two entities worked on sequencing the human genome, there was also a separate and less publicized race to patent as many human genes as possible. The patenting issue gained some attention when President Bill Clinton and Prime Minster Tony Blair jointly called for the release of raw genetic data into the public domain (CQ 405). I will argue in this paper that the aggressive competition among biotechnology firms to patent genes is impeding development being made in biomedical sector. The main

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    clash of personalities. However, this was not the sole reason for why Labour was out of power for thirteen years, it was due to the Conservatives being perceived as affluent in their policies and was very united in their aims and policies. Tony Blair quoted: “the Torries didn’t win four elections, we lost them”. A further analysis of this premise will help me to give an assessment of why the Labour party were out of power for thirteen years. The labour party had suffered self inflicted splits

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    London Attacks

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    deadliest and occurred on a double decker public bus. Many people on that bus were train passengers that were evacuated from the train stations due to the blasts. The attacks took place on the first day of the G8 summit in Scotland. Prime Minister Tony Blair was notified of the attacks and made the following press release: “Our determination to defend our values and ways of life is greater than their desire to create death and destruction and impose extremism on the world. Whatever they do, it is our determination

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    Legitimacy in Public Affairs

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    With the growing and frequently changing cooperative industries organisations are not only understanding the significance of public affairs and how their organisations are dealing with the audience outside with its stakeholders. Taking into consideration the fact that public affairs highlight relations with the general public. As said by McGrath (2005) in a general perspective the term public affairs include all the organizational functions associated with its reputation outside the firm. it could

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    The Main Disagreements Between the Conservative, Labour and Liberal Democrat Parties The three main parties in UK politics, Labour, Conservatives and Liberal Democrats, are all based on greatly differing ideologies which can often lead to them having varying viewpoints on key issues. These differences can often lead to conflicts or disagreements between the parties over which policy will be most beneficial to the country. A particularly controversial and fiercely contested issue is the

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    Political Party Funding

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    Political Party Funding Political parties require funds so that they can pay for election campaigns and wages and so forth. Donations can range from a mere £5 a year to millions of pounds, or funding for offices and equipment. Frequently, a party spends a lot more money in a year than they will receive in donations or membership fees. To see how the parties are funded, it is best to look at them individually. The Liberal Democrats, in comparison to the big two, have a relatively small

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    Decline of the Green Party The UK Green Party's 15% vote share in the 1989 European Elections was the best result achieved by any Green Party (ever), but whilst Green candidates from countries across Europe were elected, Britain's 'First-past-the-post' voting system denied the UK any Green representation. Under a fully proportional system, the Greens would have returned 12 MEPs. More than anything else, the continued

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    The Role of the Commissioner for Judicial Appointments The commission was set up originally after Sir Leonard Peach was ordered to provide a report into how the proceedings of appointments for the judiciary and the Queen’s Counsel was made. The main aim of the report was to evaluate the procedures into how judicial and Queen’s counsel appointments are made. In particular the effectiveness of the criteria given and the procedures for the selection of the best candidates, the safeguards against

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    During my childhood, I listened to kids around me explain to parents and peers what they dreamed to be when they grew up; a policeman, a firefighter, or a ballerina were all popular answers. I, however, had a different dream; upon being asked, I would answer, “I am going to be the president of the United States.” This, unsurprisingly, often elicited a few chuckles from the inquirer. I was only a little kid, after all, decades away from even the possibility of running for such an office. What if,

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    The Two Party System of UK It has often been said that the United Kingdom possesses a two party political system. However, any balanced argument on this issue must take into account both the differing perspectives from which this subject can be viewed and the time period which is being evaluated. The two party theory is not universally accepted and many people argue that the UK can best be described as a multi party, dominant party or even a two and a half or three party system, depending

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