Monthly Archives: October 2010

“It will always pay to work” says Osbourne

Chancellor George Osbourne has announced that welfare cuts and intense job seeking will save the country seven billion pounds. By replacing all age working benefits and tax benefits with a single tax credit “it will always pay to work”, says … Continue reading

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"It will always pay to work" says Osbourne

Chancellor George Osbourne has announced that welfare cuts and intense job seeking will save the country seven billion pounds. By replacing all age working benefits and tax benefits with a single tax credit “it will always pay to work”, says … Continue reading

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“We had to hustle” says Sopel.

BBC reporter Jon Sopel tells students how he “had to hustle” to get a good job when he first started out in journalism. The renowned face of the Politics Show tells journalism students at Westminster University about his time as a … Continue reading

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Police Cuts

After listening to this morning’s BBC Surrey Breakfast show with Nick Wallis I began to think about the role of the police in the community. I have had little experience with the police and although they constantly seem to tell … Continue reading

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“Tough times” call for redundancies and station closures for a more efficient force.

Surrey police are restructuring the force and having to shut stations to be more efficient under harsh government spending cuts. A consultation will be held with local neighbourhoods about which stations to close in their bid to recruit 200 new officers … Continue reading

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Underage, abused, and exposed

A SCHOOL caretaker is disputing allegations against him over the rape and molestation of girls under the age of ten. His responsibility as a parent and the process he went through in order to protect his son, according to his … Continue reading

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Caretake accused of rape says he's the victim

A school caretaker who has been accused of raping and molesting seven year old girls has said that he is the victim of a “war against crimes on children”. Marco Arguilar, 48, from Highclere, Burpham, has been accused of three … Continue reading

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Boris Johnson: Boy or Man?

Yesterday we went to observe the London Mayor‘s Question Time. I have never been to anything like this before and so it was a new experience for me. I reckon Boris Johnson is one of the few politicians that almost … Continue reading

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Boris tells Biggs: "You can like it or lump it"

The audience at the Mayors Question Time this morning were observed an outburst of personal opinion when Boris Johnson came under fire by Jonathon Biggs over his building plans for London’s 2012 Olympic Village.  In the heated discussion Biggs accused Johnson of not consulting the East … Continue reading

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Boris tells Biggs: "You can like it or lump it"

The audience at the Mayors Question Time this morning were observed an outburst of personal opinion when Boris Johnson came under fire by Jonathon Biggs over his building plans for London’s 2012 Olympic Village.  In the heated discussion Biggs accused … Continue reading

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