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A good Labour blog

I came across Labour MP Paul Flynn’s blog during the course of my research project into MPs who write blogs and two-way communication. And I really think it is a good read. Paul is not afraid to speak his mind, he understands the essence of political blogging – that writing propaganda will turn people off, that the last thing you want to write is a political leaflet. Oh,...
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Could the lesson in happiness please follow the one on debt management?

It’s a sad reflection of  life today that teenagers need to be taught how to manage their debt as part of the school curriculum. Isn’t school meant to be the happiest days of your life?  While it makes good sense to prepare our young people about the realities of everyday life, it also highlights the gloomy future they could face. We are told our future...
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The missing – Eddie Gibson

The helplessness must be multiplied thousands of times when a child goes missing in the Far East, somewhere like Cambodia. Eddie Gibson has not been heard from since 24th October 2004 when he emailed his mother to say he was planning to return to UK from Cambodia on a flight due to leave Bangkok on 1st November. He never arrived. His parents Jo and Mike have worked tirelessly to keep...
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