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Monthly Archives: January 2017

Has the Scottish Parliament Met Its Founding Principles

Critically examine the view that the Scottish Parliament has met its Founding Principles. The Scottish Parliament is the? devolved? national,? unicameral? legislature of Scotland and is located in? Holyrood which is in the Capital; Edinburgh. In 1999, the Scottish Parliament set four founding principles: to embrace equal opportunities, to power share, to be accessible and to be accountable. It is […]

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Coffee Houses

Penny University of Yesterday So great a Universitie I think there neer was any In which you may a scholar be For spending of a Penny. News From The Coffee-House (Broadside of 1677) Introduction In the 1700s, there were over 2,000 coffee houses in London alone. In the latter half of the 18th century tea […]

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Has the Principle of Cabinet Government Been Marginalised by a ???Presidential??™ Prime Minister Does It Matter

The idea that the Prime Minister acting ???Presidential??™ has marginalised Cabinet Government is in my eyes a valid one. In coming to this conclusion it is necessary to understand exactly what Cabinet Government is and so, determine if in fact it is being trivialised and marginalised by the PM. The Cabinet is a collection of […]

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Coffee Beans

Coffee beans are generally ground and used to make a popular drink called coffee which is consumed by many people. Some coffee drinkers like the distinct taste of coffee. Other coffee drinkers find the drink stimulating and often use it to give them an energy boost in the mornings and throughout the day. The energy […]

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