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- Top aerospace, defense jobs in British Cabinet change hands. // Aviation Week & Space Technology;7/31/1989, Vol. 131 Issue 5, p25
Discusses British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher's recent cabinet shakeup, in which all the major offices dealing with aerospace and defense issues changed hands. Offices affected; New appointees.
- Events, dear boy, events. // New Statesman;May97 Supplement, Vol. 126 Issue 4332, p34
Cites some of the events that the British Labour government will be dodging for the rest of 1997.
- News from nowhere. // New Statesman;11/28/97, Vol. 126 Issue 4362, p10
Presents news items related to politics and government in Great Britain. Includes the set up of a policy forum to look at the future of healthcare; South African Max Sisulu's attendance in the meeting of Labour whips; Growing panic among Conservative Members of the European Parliament.
- Thinker's corner. // New Statesman;11/28/97, Vol. 126 Issue 4362, p14
Cites some reports related to politics and government in Great Britain. `The Wealth and Poverty of Networks: Tackling Social Exclusion'; `Speaking Up Speaking Out'; `Defence for the 21st Century: Towards a Post-Cold War Force Structure.'
- Don't make it harder to govern. Richards, Steve // New Statesman;05/10/99, Vol. 128 Issue 4435, p6
Offers observation on the British government. Assumption regarding the British government; Main reason the government is so strong; Reason the government can ignore the Commons.
- News from nowhere. // New Statesman & Society;06/14/96, Vol. 125 Issue 4288, p11
Presents news items related to politics in Great Britain. Michael Heseltine's efforts to log the movement of ministers via the CAB-E-NET; Serious holes in the masterplan produced by John Birt for sweeping structural changes at the BBC; Structure created for the Labour Party's election campaign;...
- Thinker's corner. // New Statesman & Society;06/14/96, Vol. 125 Issue 4288, p11
Cites some of the published reports related to the government in Great Britain. `Life on a Low Income'; `Revolutionising Share Ownership'; `European Union Citizenship'; `Regional Government in Great Britain'; `Speed Control and Transport Policy.'
- A Major alliance. Baxter, S. // New Statesman & Society;3/22/91, Vol. 4 Issue 143, p11
Questions whether England's Liberal Democrats are hung-up on a Tory pact. Focuses on Paddy Ashdown; The possibility of an overall Tory majority being lost after 12 years in power. Strategy for and against Liberal Democrats; Details.
- Party lines. Le Grand, J. // New Statesman & Society;3/22/91, Vol. 4 Issue 143, p26
Opinion. Declares that whichever party wins the next election in England, it should concentrate on increasing patient power. Compares the Conservative and Labour parties' reform plans for the National Health Service (NHS). Competitive markets;Labour's `A Fresh Start for Health'; Details.
- All for the best. // New Statesman & Society;4/5/91, Vol. 4 Issue 145, p6
Editorial. Exposes the British government's record on human rights and civil liberties as something far from spotless and with senior civil servants being sent to New York to deliver a five-yearly review, that reputation isn't getting better. The United Nations' International Covenant on Civil...