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- Cameron's candid camera. Maguire, Kevin // New Statesman;11/14/2011, Vol. 140 Issue 5079, p12
The author offers his opinion on British political news briefs including British Prime Minister David Cameron's nervousness on camera, how British Labour Leader Ed Miliband is often confused with his brother David Miliband, a Labour Party politician, and comments on British politician Ken...
- EMAs. // Children's Services Parliamentary Monitor;Feb2011, Issue 52, p98
The article reports on the criticism expressed by British Opposition Leader Ed Miliband against Prime Minister David Cameron during oral questions to the prime minister in the House of Commons on February 16, 2011 regarding the elimination of the education maintenance allowance (EMA) and the...
- 'Bully-boy' unions face inquiry. Glen Owen // Mail on Sunday;11/17/2013, p2
DAVID CAMERON has cranked up the pressure over Ed Miliband's links with the unions by setting up an independent inquiry into their use of 'intimidation tactics'.
- Livingstone and GLA leave the ALG after row over tax precept. McHugh, Joseph // Public Finance;04/06/2001, p10
Informs that London, England Mayor Ken Livingstone has pulled the Greater London Authority (GLA) out of the Association of London Government, following their public row over his budget for 2001. Livingstone's outline of reasons for ending the GLA's membership.
- Ken's assembly could gain ...10m for ad campaign. Darby, Ian // Marketing (00253650);5/25/2000, p1
Discloses that Mayor Ken Livingstone of London, England, is preparing to build an advertising budget to back his policies. Plans for Greater London Authority to have its own advertising and publications budget when it launches on July 3, 2000.
- Miliband reveals living wage proposals. // Employers Law;Dec2012/Jan2013, p4
The article offers information on new plans unveiled by the British politician Ed Miliband that would offer a living wage to millions of workers in Great Britain.
- TAKE PART IN OUR POLL. // Commercial Motor;8/4/2011, Vol. 216 Issue 5444, p12
The article presents the online poll done by the periodical to get the views of readers on whether to vote David Cameron or Ed Miliband as prime minister of Great Britain.
- Leaders clash over economy. Tolley, Steve // Money Marketing;5/5/2011, p16
The article reports on the heated argument between British Labour Party Leader Ed Miliband and David Cameron in Parliament over the significance of the gross domestic product (GDP) figures in 2011.
- Cameron has lost his direction. Woodcock, John // PRWeek (London);9/14/2012, p19
The author comments on the leadership of British Prime Minister (PM) David Cameron. It is reported that the approval ratings of PM Cameron are consistently below those of politician Ed Miliband. The author adds that the public also think PM Cameron has no plans or ideas at a time when they are...