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[Library Stuff] BBC - The government has published a new draft of a controversial clause in the Digital Economy bill, in an effort to ease its progress through parliament. The.
[Public News Archive] Opposition mounts to digital bill | Public News Archive: The government has published a new draft of a controversial clause in the Digital Economy bill, in an effort to ease its progress through parliament.The Liberal Democrats said they will oppose any plans to rush the Digital Economy bill into law. That is the day when Gordon Brown is expected to announce the general election and also the day when the digital economy bill is due to be debated in the House of Commons.
[Manchester Digital - News] View Press Release :: Manchester Digital: Clause 18 has proved one of the most controversial aspects of the bill. Originally it outlined how the government intended to future-proof the legislation by granting it the power to deal with other methods of copyright infringement, including the right to block access to websites, without the need for further legislation.
[Legal News] Legal News | Opposition mounts to digital bill: The government publishes a new draft of a controversial clause of the Digital Economy Bill as critics argue it should not be rushed through parliament.
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[Nick Robinson's Newslog] BBC - Nick Robinson's Newslog: Economy growing: No champagne flowing: And here's the controversial one: maybe the Tories don't actually want to win the election and are deliberately not campaigning effectively. They must know that whichever party wins is going to be left with an impossible task in attempting to sort out a seriously broken economy, which will possibly make that party unelectable for a generation.
[Lords of the Blog] 'No way to undertake the task of constitutional reform' « Lords of ...: Given this timetable, it makes it all the more remarkable that the House is debating Second Reading of the Constitutional Reform and Governance Bill on Wednesday. This a major Bill. It has 95 clauses and 15 schedules, many added at late stages in the Commons. It had 56 clauses and 9 schedules when it was introduced. Many provisions were not debated or not fully debated in the Commons. Indeed, the Public Administration Committee in the Commons sent the Constitution Committee in the Lords copies of amendments it would have liked to have seen debated in the Commons, but which there was no opportunity to debate “thanks to guillotines imposed by the Government at both Committee and Report stages”.
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[NewsReal Blog] Left Decries Healthcare History it Doesn't Know or Understand ...: He was the first presidential candidate who had a fighting chance who talked about the need to reform entitlements so that they were generationally sound. He looked ahead to the retirement of the Baby Boomers, and he predicted that my generation, when we buried our parents, would have mixed feelings about them.
[Centurean2's Weblog] PETER HITCHENS: If we hadn't fought World War 2, would we still ...: I remember but very few years ago when, as a Minister of the Crown, I asked for only £.100,000,000 for the war of the British people on want and poverty, and I was mocked and derided by the Labour Government of the day. “When I went to them and asked them for £100,000,000 for public work, for re-housing, for destroying and re-building the slums, for carrying out great works of public reform, economic works, too, which would yield a return of wealth to the people of the nation, when I asked for £100,000,000 to bridge the gulf between the poverty of the present and the reconstruction of our national system, I remember the Chancellor of the Exchequer and the Labour Prime Minister”and I remember the serried ranks of the Labour M.P.s behind him, saying: ” You are mad.
[BBC Blog Network] BBC - Mark Mardell's America: Cameron: the new Obama? (In a bad way): Now again, as also noted above, after the Tory's defeat, they too had to spend a considerable amount of time in the political wilderness trying to figure out just who they were and what they stand for in order to figure out the best way in which to present themselves to the public in the hopes of being elected. And what kept them from being elected all this time?