- Ikea appeals against Stockport decision. // Cabinet Maker;9/17/2004, Issue 5406, p4
Reports on the appeal of Ikea Furniture Co. against John Prescott's decision that prevented the company to open a store in Stockport, Greater Manchester, England. Penalty of the company for selling flammable cushion; Failure of the company to surpass the flammability tests; Citation of the Trade...
- Prescott 'will cap' high tax rise councils. // Public Finance;10/3/2003, p7
Reports on British Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott's notice to local authorities that he will not flinch from capping them if they have 'the cheek' to hike up council tax bills in 2004. Prescott's intention to use his reserve powers to thwart any councils that try to push through...
- John Prescott: sinking fast. Ashley, Jackie // New Statesman;05/07/2001, Vol. 130 Issue 4536, p8
Reports that British Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott might get demoted from his position. Contributions of Prescott to several politicians; Achievements of Prescott in politics; Reason for his possible demotion.
- Empty-headed policies. Johnston, Philip // Public Finance;5/30/2003, p4
Reports on the consultation paper released by British Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott proposing the takeover of private homes by the state to be used for government projects. Civil liberties implications of the proposal; Counter-proposed voluntary scheme whereby owners lease their...
- The British so idolise animals that now even John Prescott has to worry about the skylark and the song thrush. Riddell, Mary // New Statesman;11/27/98, Vol. 127 Issue 4413, p12
Focuses on the British obsession with animals. Crimes associated with animals; John Prescott's fondness for birds.
- Sideliners: Andrew Roth. // New Statesman & Society;10/14/94, Vol. 7 Issue 324, p13
Profiles John Prescott, deputy leader of Labour Party. Prescott's enhanced confidence; Ability to capture an audience.
- Prescott punch ads hit target. Jardine, Alexandra // Marketing (00253650);5/24/2001, p68
Reports on advertisements in Great Britain based on the egg-throwing incident involving politician John Prescott as of May 24, 2001. Background on the incident.
- Cake attack. // British Baker;5/20/2011, p35
The article reports on the comments made by former deputy prime minister John Prescott against the bakeries industry in Great Britain.
- A huff, a puff and Prescott backs down. Richards, Steve // New Statesman;12/13/99, Vol. 128 Issue 4466, p6
Looks at the case of John Prescott, Great Britain minister of transportation, based on the ideology that `politics is about issues and not personalities.' Positive and negative contribution of Prescott to the transportation crisis; Similarity of the transportation issue with the pattern of...