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When we moved to compare that to 2015, there are three points we can take away. First is that 2017 isn't going to be the step change in gender representation we saw in 2015. In 2015 we finished with 191 women MPs elected, and.
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Caspar Lee spoke to Liam Payne about his career [YouTube] And while the couple, who made their romance official last year, were initially tight-lipped about their baby news, the Strip That Down singer can’t keep quiet about the newborn. The One Direction singer recently had a chat with YouTube star Caspar Lee – who tried to trick the 23 year old into believing he was a vocal coach for the interview – and discussed his family life. When asked what he was most looking forward ...
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some cases, particularly for Ukip and the Greens, they aren't fielding as many candidates and I think the effort around selection for women for those parties has reduced. We've taken this information and Chris and colleagues at UEA have done one of their early forecasts in terms of what would the outcome look like in terms of total number of MPs, but also what.
Techradar
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The trio of new Nokia phones are about to be let loose around the world as the release date for the Nokia 6 , Nokia 5 and Nokia 3 has now been confirmed. All three phones will be available by the end of June this year. Originally HMD Global - the company making the new devices with the Nokia branding - had said the phones would be released by the end of Q2, and now a tweet from the official Nokia Mobile account has confirmed the planned June release. Three months later The tweet doesn't confirm what markets will get the phone though. It does claim the June date will be for a "worldwide" release, suggesting markets across the globe will have access to the phones. Exact pricing is also currently unclear for the US, UK and Australia, but we have a general idea from the confirmed European pricing. We know the Nokia 6 will cost 229 (around $240, 195, AU$315), the Nokia 5 189 (around $200, 160, AU$275) and the Nokia 3 costs 139 (around $150, 115, AU$200).
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Duchess of Cornwall Camilla opened up on her affair with Prince Charles [Getty] The Duchess of Cornwall’s relationship with Charles began in 1971, after being introduced to one another the couple sparked a decades-long love affair. After splitting in 1973, Camilla went on to marry Andrew Parker-Bowles and had two children together, Tom Parker-Bowles and Laura Lopes. Charles and Camilla then began an on-off relationship, with Andrew turning a blind eye, before their ...
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right at the moment? I can't answer that! We'll tell you after they've done it. Have to wait and see. I don't trust the politicians, but they're there for a reason. Seats like this one are complex, so close, with so many unknowns
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The rest went into paying down his father's debts and personal entertainment, according to the report. Although I'm sorry to Youku, I don't regret having done this, he told the court, according to Chinese news site The Paper . I've learned a lot, which I feel is worthwhile. I now also look at society differently.
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the average voter in Britain. But even there: only four in ten of those people think he would be the best Prime Minister compared to 85% of the people best Prime Minister compared to 85% of the people who think that way about May. So I think that is why the election is going the way it is. Some people think Corbyn looks like a nice guy, might have nice valleys, they might agree with his policies, but they don't think he has what it takes to be Prime Minister. On a final.
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As a Jeremy Corbyn supporter, how do you feel about not voting for him in an election like this? I can't vote for him here, because it's a tight race between the SNP and the Tories. I mean, if the polls change in the very close run-up, I'll re-examine it. But, I am campaigning for the SNP and Labour using social media, because I think for England, Labour is a good answer
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think about how the returns on liking a leader translate into thinking that they will be the best Prime Minister. This graph plots responses from these questions. So along the bottom is how people felt about each leader, so how you felt about Corbyn and how you felt about May and then going up is the proportion of those people in each of the categories for each leader who thought that that person would be the best Prime Minister. You can see that even when people don't like May they think You can see that even when people.
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majority of people didn't say Brexit, only 43% of the sample said Brexit was the most important issue. It's high for a question of this type. Brexit seems to be at the forefront of people's mind but the effect.
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it's like they don't want to hear what we have to say. I don't think they are dealing with any of the sort of issues that we have. You know, like lack of jobs, or anything like that
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But, at a drop-in centre for unemployed young people, there's a definite sense of being forgotten by the parties. The British elections, the general elections, it's like they don't want to hear our words,.
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I voted yes for independence last time, but the referendum isn't the main reason for me to vote for the SNP. I just, personally, like the SNP. I've got to know my MPs, and locally they are more engaged than other parties. And you don't feel the Conservatives,.
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something about it? How do you feel about the fact there is less opportunity than there was before? Well, I can't really do anything about the less opportunities. All I can really do is have a voice, and my vote really matters. Alan is planning to vote for the Scottish National Party next week
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The disadvantages are that they aren't really permanent, they're mostly temporary, they don't really last that long. Do you sit there frustrated by that, or do you try to do.
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this are long and complicated and I don't have time to begin to to them, but basically -- time to go into them, but basically the breakdown of strong class hierarchies and Trade Unions and that sort of thing which pinned people into the two party system have eroded over a long.
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It's like they don't want to hear our words, it's like they don't want to hear what we have to say. PLAYS TRUMPET A week after the general election, the tradesmen of Selkirk will perform at Common Riding, a tradition going back centuries.
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You don't have to live in Lincolnshire to become a county police officer - that's the message from top cops as a major recruitment drive begins. Lincolnshire Police want to bolster their ranks with new recruits and launch their drive today (Tuesday, May 30) at 9.30am. They pointed out that applicants don't have to live in the county to join up and said the eastern areas of Lincolnshire are in need of more potential recruits. READ MORE: Fidget spinner warning issued after boy almost chokes...
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2013 but it's been going for much longer, the British election study has run since 1964. The most recent wave was in December of last year and ideally we would have had slightly more recent data but the Prime Minister didn't give us quite enough notice unfortunately to get that out in time. So one of the interesting things about this election is whether it marks a return to.
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The team made an error around the third turn yesterday and couldn't recover against France. It means they're now third in the standings. They'll now take on the other five teams again over the next few days - starting against Sweden today
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It’s been 20 years since their breakout hit.
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? More messages will election blind dates. "I'd never go to that restaurant. The waitresses are opinioniated. I'm afraid today's engineered meeting is a terrible mistake. It is not a joke and shouldn't be turned into one. Rachel Johnson says this is the man who rue independent the country. We can't make a pet of him while.
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The MLB non-waiver trade deadline is slightly more than two months away, and a lot can change in the interim. Still, let's don our gazing-ahead goggles and outline eight deals that will or won't be consummated by July 31 based on the latest standings, credible rumors and, as ever, a dash of gut feeling. Feel free to weigh in with your own deal-or-no-deal musings, and to check back here this summer to remind us how wrong (or possibly right) we were. Begin Slideshow