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english article essay example http://taylorsorlandovilla.com/?x=global-financial-crisis-2008-essay-outline 100 Days Of WarThe Liberal/Con coalition has now been in power for 100 days. It feels like an eternity! Having swept their way to Downing Street in a less than convincing election victory that took them five days to complete, the coalition have been dogged in their pursuit of everything public and anything Labour-led before the election.

common app long essay length cheats Have they achieved anything in the time they’ve held the keys to Number 10 is anyone’s guess.

http://orderingchecks.net/?thread=gay-marriage-for-and-against-essay Their naivety in government has been stark in its extreme. On foreign policy Cameron has been as sure footed as a man on ice without skates. His intervention in India/Pakistan relations was a disaster. Suggesting Pakistan was looking both ways in the War on Terror is one thing, saying it whilst in India, an enemy of Pakistan over Kashmir, is amazingly inflammatory.

http://reorder-checks.org/?x=guernica-style-analysis-essay On the same foreign trip, in Turkey, saying Gaza was a prison camp was a diversion from the usual diplomatic language that’s needed on such issues regarding Israel/Arab relations. This was a large foot in the mouth that an accomplished Premier would avoid.

source link Closer to home, Michael Gove, the Education Secretary, is really in need of some education himself. The debacle over the school building programme was amazing, to say the least. Figures were changing every five minutes. School building projects would be saved and then not. It must have been very dispiriting for the parents and schools boards that had put lots of work into these projects. The Secretary should be seen as a good leader and innovator, not a ditherer who can’t get his sums right.

http://mobilesoftplay.co.uk/?key=lakas-ng-pagka-pilipino-essay-writing Nick Clegg, the man Liberal’s put their faith in has jumped into bed with what many see as the sworn enemy, and they’re being asked to keep quiet because government and the chance to save politics is what they’re all about. Standing in for Cameron at Question Time led to the accusation of an illegal war towards Jack Straw in respect of Iraq. Downing Street soon put out a rebuttal saying it was his personal view. If Clegg isn’t talking for the government at Question Time, then what is he doing there? The real answer, and not the one Cameron and Clegg want you to know, is probably nothing. His value in the government is to rubberstamp the Tory manifesto, and that’s about it.

follow The coalition’s sole aim is to destroy whatever legacy the Blair/Brown years brought. What they did bring is up to you to decide.

http://myreorderchecks.com/?a=full-essay-details But spare a moment for the public sector workers who are being told their jobs are to be thrown on the scrapheap. Also, think about the many people who now won’t get services because decisions are being taken to cut such services.
Think also about the building industry that will be decimated by calls being made by the coalition. No schools or housing being built.

http://orderingchecks.net/?thread=worst-jobs-ever-essay-scholarships The raising of VAT will cripple the car industry when it comes into effect.

click With job uncertainty wrapping the nation like a shroud, what chance has the housing market got for recovery. People will be forced to rent from unscrupulous landlords.

http://laldriving.com/?key=free-download-essay-on-terrorism-css These decisions are not being made because of the dire financial state the Liberal/Con government keep harping on about. “We’re cleaning up the mess we’ve inherited,” is a common phrase. It’s an ideological attack on the very services this country and its citizen’s need.

This is Kalashnikov privatisation. It’s Thatcher Mark 2! Only this time, the Tory’s have hoodwinked the Liberal’s into helping them. And the world economic downturn, plus the profligacy of the banks has given them an excuse.

This has not been the usual 100 days of a government where attention has been drawn to programmes for renewal, this has been about all out destruction, a 100 days of war, if you will, where only the strong and the rich will reap the rewards.

The country did not vote for that and it doesn’t deserve it.

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