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- Bone dries meet the arch-wet. // New Statesman & Society;4/24/92, Vol. 5 Issue 199, p6
Editorial. Evaluates British Prime Minister John Major's new ministerial appointments. How he has tried to balance pro- and anti-Thatcher elements in the past; Evidence of a move away from the right with his selection of Peter Walker, a Tory wet, as the chairman of the new Urban Regeneration...
- A voice of common prairie sense. Verburg, Peter // Alberta Report / Newsmagazine;12/25/95, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p24
Asserts that when it comes to sexual assault cases, Justice John (Jack) Major of Calgary, Alberta is the lone voice on common sense in the Supreme Court of Canada. The Supreme Court's overturning of an acquittal in the rape trial of Carson Livermore; Major giving the only dissenting vote;...
- Women constitute 40 percent of new appointments to public bodies. // Management Services;Feb1994, Vol. 38 Issue 2, p3
During the last 12 months an estimated 40 percent of all new public appointments made by government ministers in Great Britain have been awarded to women. The proportion of public appointments held by women overall has increased to 28 percent. The Prime Minister of Great Britain, John Major, in...
- From the world's headlines. // Time International (South Pacific Edition);7/17/95, Issue 28, p17
Presents comments published on major dailies about the challenges facing British Prime Minister John Major, reelected chairman of the Conservative Party. Great Britain's `The Guardian'; Belgium's `Le Soir'; United States' Wall Street Journal'; Japan's `Sankei Shimbun.'
- Untitled. MacLachlan, Suzanne; Mutch, David // Christian Science Monitor;5/4/95, Vol. 87 Issue 111, p2
Presents a photograph of British Prime Minister Major and Northern Ireland Secretary Mayhew after their May 3, 1995 meeting in Northern Ireland.
- So that's control? What a laugh. Richards, Steve // New Statesman;11/22/99, Vol. 128 Issue 4463, p7
Looks at the Labour Party's selection process for a mayor in London, England. Position of mayoral candidate Ken Livingstone on the privatization of the railroad industry; Reasons behind the criticisms against former British Prime Minister John Major; Opinion on the British Prime Minister Tony...
- British prime minister Major. Goodrich, Lawrence J.; MacLachlan, Suzanne L. // Christian Science Monitor;2/3/95, Vol. 87 Issue 48, p2
Reports on the views of the British Prime Minister John Major, regarding the peace plan for the Northern Ireland conflict, in a television speech.
- Lurch to the right. Wood, Nicholas // Public Finance;11/10/95, p7
Focuses on the political ideology of politician John Major in Great Britain. Accusation of the Labour Party against Major for shifting to another political party; Comparison between the Labour Party and Tories; Influence of politician Tony Blair on Major's political ideology.
- A senior government minister warned Britain's ruling Conservatives. MacLachlan, Suzanne; Coolidge, Shelley Donald; Nordahl, Peter // Christian Science Monitor;10/11/95, Vol. 87 Issue 221, p2
Looks at the anticipation of Britain's ruling Conservative party for tax-cutting budget proposals by Prime Minister John Major, and warning by a senior minister against cuts in public spending.