Ironically the best solution for this would be some kind of state owned company that creates generic medicines to help drive down those costs. If only a party had suggested that idea
It's actually stated - basically, hire on those who have completed a two year course as opposed to a three year degree
It would be surprising. Her area is pretty middle class, upper and about 60% voted no in the Independence Referendum. The only contender to Lib Dems is SNP and she won by 10,000 last time. Need a hell of a swing and a change of heart to SNP when Independence is at the forefront, they do worse when that happens.
No she didn'tIt would be surprising. Her area is pretty middle class, upper and about 60% voted no in the Independence Referendum. The only contender to Lib Dems is SNP and she won by 10,000 last time. Need a hell of a swing and a change of heart to SNP when Independence is at the forefront, they do worse when that happens.
Corrected, thanks. 6000. Yeah, it seems a little less Lib Dems turned out and SNP lost loads, even the Cons and Labour gained some.
No she didn't
Some SNP voters staying at home didn't help in 2017.
More than 93,000 suspected violent criminals and sex offenders have been released without restrictions by police in England and Wales since 2017, figures obtained by BBC Newsnight show.
People suspected of offences including rape and murder have been among those "Released Under Investigation" (RUI).
Richard Miller of the Law Society said a "major scandal" was brewing over the way RUIs are being used.
Clegg lost to Jared O Mara, who turned out to be a complete liability. Would have felt bad about the loss of a prominent anti Brexit voice in parliament if he hadn’t of went on to join Facebook, the nobhead
Yep that was the election after he quit as leader wasn't it? I think that's the closest in recent memory.
To be fair, Labour had no expectation of ousting Clegg, which is why O'Mara was on the list in the first place.
I think you're right, which was a major question mark for me at the time. Because Clegg running was absolutely a detriment to the lib Dems for that seat. I don't know how they hadn't seen it coming when people were doing groundwork, We fucking hated the guy in the constituency. At bare minimum, basically everyone there who worked in the universities (a not insignificant number, since it's not a bad committing distance although there are a lot of higher end houses there too) at least wanted him to lose the seat.
Due to prison underfunding and lack of capacity basically. It's fucking ridiculous. I feel like almost every time there's a news report of a violent and/or sexual offense these days it's someone who has already been in prison for the same offense previously. The system is fucked.
To be fair its likely they will ask Johnson what makes him relatable to the public, I can easily see him make a hash of it.
How many kids do you have?
The rulebook (note: PDF link) says this: