Horncastle votes to get rid of its mayor – but do we actually need one? – Lincolnshire Echo


Lincolnshire Echo

Horncastle votes to get rid of its mayor – but do we actually need one?
Lincolnshire Echo
He told the BBC the survey results had been discussed before the vote was taken. However, he said he was "very disappointed" with the number of people who took part. The main reason for scrapping the role of mayor was to save money. There have been …

Top Obama official calls Trump ‘so corrupt’ — forgets Hillary Clinton is a member of his own party – TheBlaze.com


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Top Obama official calls Trump 'so corrupt' — forgets Hillary Clinton is a member of his own party
TheBlaze.com
A member of President Barack Obama's cabinet took to Twitter Monday to criticize President-elect Donald Trump, while alluding to Democrats charging back in the 2018 midterms to retake at least one chamber of Congress. Housing and Urban Development …

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Ben Carson: ‘I have no problem being vetted,’ Hillary Clinton should get … – Washington Times


Washington Times

Ben Carson: 'I have no problem being vetted,' Hillary Clinton should get
Washington Times
“When I look at someone like Hillary Clinton who sits there and tells herdaughter and a government official that this was a terrorist attack and then tells everybody else that it was a video, where I came from they call that a lie,” he said, alluding
Ben Carson Says He Didn't Lie Like Hillary ClintonTheStreet.com
Ben Carson, Barack Obama, and “bias”: Unraveling the right's “liberal media Salon

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The holiday trap: the tricky business of a leader’s leisure time – The Guardian


The Guardian

The holiday trap: the tricky business of a leader's leisure time
The Guardian
As Cameron will vividly remember it was also in August (2013) that MPs recalled from the beach voted against military intervention in Syria; little wonder he is not keen to summon them now. But that decision reflects only the democratic legitimation

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The holiday trap: the tricky business of a leader’s leisure time – The Guardian


The Guardian

The holiday trap: the tricky business of a leader's leisure time
The Guardian
As Cameron will vividly remember it was also in August (2013) that MPs recalled from the beach voted against military intervention in Syria; little wonder he is not keen to summon them now. But that decision reflects only the democratic legitimation

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The holiday trap: the tricky business of a leader’s leisure time – The Guardian


The Guardian

The holiday trap: the tricky business of a leader's leisure time
The Guardian
As Cameron will vividly remember it was also in August (2013) that MPs recalled from the beach voted against military intervention in Syria; little wonder he is not keen to summon them now. But that decision reflects only the democratic legitimation

and more »

The holiday trap: the tricky business of a leader’s leisure time – The Guardian


The Guardian

The holiday trap: the tricky business of a leader's leisure time
The Guardian
As Cameron will vividly remember it was also in August (2013) that MPs recalled from the beach voted against military intervention in Syria; little wonder he is not keen to summon them now. But that decision reflects only the democratic legitimation

and more »

The holiday trap: the tricky business of a leader’s leisure time – The Guardian


The Guardian

The holiday trap: the tricky business of a leader's leisure time
The Guardian
As Cameron will vividly remember it was also in August (2013) that MPs recalled from the beach voted against military intervention in Syria; little wonder he is not keen to summon them now. But that decision reflects only the democratic legitimation

and more »

Letters: Minister, couldn’t you bear to live in my borough? – The Independent

Letters: Minister, couldn't you bear to live in my borough?
The Independent
J Stanley from Dunfermline (letter, 9 August) made many good points about London's mayor, but highlighted again some readers' misunderstanding of our democratic process. Not all Londoners voted for Boris Johnson, nor do we all think he has done much …

Popularity poll: Hillary Clinton outranks Obama – The Associated Press

Popularity poll: Hillary Clinton outranks Obama
The Associated Press
(AP) — Out of a job but still popular, Hillary Rodham Clinton tops President Barack Obama in a new poll. A Quinnipiac (KWIHN'-uh-pee-ak) University poll released Friday found the just-departed secretary of state is the most popular national political

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