MPs have criticised government plans to test pupils on their reading ability at the age of six, warning that it will put children off reading for plea...
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Mo is generally credited with successfully ushering in an era of peace between Great Britain and Northern Ireland when she was the British Secretary of state for Northern Ireland from 1997 until 1999.
Politicians have long been fodder for the rabble-rousing editor of any tabloid, but when exactly did we stop respecting or appreciating those we elect to represent us in the legislative process?
The British can be pretty slow on the uptake. Never have we been the slower than on the fundamental need to detonate and then rebuild our democracy.
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