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From impromptu debates on buses to poetry recitals in corner shops, the grassroots campaign Take Back the City is taking politics to the streets of London, disillusioned with mainstream parties. Subscribe to The Guardian ► http://is.gd/subscribeguardian John Harris meets community organiser Amina Gichinga, a candidate in Thursday’s Greater London Assembly elections. He also attempts to speak to Labour mayoral candidate Sadiq Khan about the housing crisis gripping the city Music: London, England by Corduroy, from Very Yeah – The Directors Cut: Complete Compositions 1992-1996 (Cherry Red Records) Guardian website ► http://is.gd/guardianhome Suggested videos: Flatpack democracy: Anywhere but Westminster ► http://bit.ly/ABWFlatpack The new politics ► http://bit.ly/NewPOliticsABW Guardian...
Jim Hanson weighs in on terror attack response
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© 2011 WMG Randy Newman performs "Political Science," off the CD/DVD "Live in London," out now on Nonesuch Records. Available at http://www.nonesuch.com/albums/live-in-london A BBC / Nonesuch Records co-production Recorded live at LSO St. Luke's, London, June 22, 2008 with BBC Concert Orchestra; Robert Ziegler, conductor Directed by Nick Wickham Produced by Serena Cross
LIVE from Whitehall, London as a road near UK government offices and Downing Street is closed. Earlier in the afternoon, several armed police officers tackled a man to the ground in the capital’s political district. Scotland Yard reported that no one was injured in the incident and one arrest has been made. Video ID: Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: email@example.com Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
Despite the recent London terror attack, and the body count of innocent European citizens piling up on the streets, the political elites are still pushing for political correctness. Not only will they not name the enemy, they continue to press for appeasement to a community that only respects violence. This live CNN broadcast is emblematic of the vicious problems facing western civilization. However, in their effort to propagate liberal nonsense and political correctness, CNN incurs a disastrous bungling of their report...an "EPIC FAIL" indeed! :)
A political stalemate in Northern Ireland has put the UK government in a tough spot. It's got two options, to force the region to hold new elections, or to take back control and rule it from London. The last time that happened, it took five years to give power back to Belfast. The current deadlock means Northern Ireland's effectively been without its devolved government for three weeks. And now that the deadline for parties to form a new executive has passed, the UK has a legal obligation to step in. It all began when the late Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness withdrew his party from the Northern Ireland government. That triggered elections that were held on March 2. But the two biggest parties, the Democratic Unionist Party and McGuinness's Sinn Fein, have failed to form...
► Subscribe to BattaBox on YouTube: http://goo.gl/4dgy2r "I would never be a part of Nigerian politics, it involves a lot of blood shed," says one lady Elections in Nigeria is fast approaching and Nigerians are in the mood of campaigning, conducting political rallies and supporting their preferred political parties, but what about Nigerians in diaspora? BattaBox presenter Ruona asks Nigerians in London if they would join or support a Nigerian political party and she definitely gets interesting answers. "If we're all afraid, who would reform the system?"asks one man She further spoke to members of the APC political party in London for them to shed some light about Nigerian politics in London. "Its very important to engage Nigerians in diaspora because some of them feel left out," says...
Discuss state of media Today, women demonstartion against Donald Trump, do the women knowehat they want? the snowflake generation, should women adavnce bt quota or by merit? Lady Thatcher being PM did for women more than many feminists did; London, May & Trump, Cartoonists and Theresa May's nose; CantTrump read? what Does he read, May -Trump/ Thatcher Reagan, it is US/UK relations not Trump May relations; Indians regard Dame Ann as an Indian abroad because she was born in India ( now Pakistan) all discussed with Dame Ann Leslie political week review recorded 26 Jan 2017 w
Randy Newman - Political Science (Live in London) From the album Live in London (2011) Available at http://www.nonesuch.com/albums/live-in-london A BBC / Nonesuch Records co-production Recorded live at LSO St. Luke's, London, June 22, 2008 with BBC Concert Orchestra; Robert Ziegler, conductor Directed by Nick Wickham Produced by Serena Cross
Was walking through Hyde Park after a meeting in London and noticed an mc with a boom box and a microphone on the path. As you do, I jumped on the mic and dropped some lyrics from my next Single. The Crowd loved it and everybody got up off the benches and crowded around. Music With Meaning coming to a city near you soon!!!!!
Hear more about one of the most popular masters programmes in the department of European and International Studies at King's College London. Dr Robyn Klingler-Vidra gives an overview of the course which covers today's political economy issues including environment, finance, trade and government. Also hear from current students and graduates why they chose King's and what they've gone on to do.