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Most recent annotations on things by Angela Eagle

  • George Morley: Reading this report by Angela Eagle, I have to wonder at the competence of the Secretary of State when he denies the ex-pat pensioners their rightful indexed pension and the Prime Minister saying... (8 November 2013)
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  • Jane Birkby: Angela Eagle is typical of the encumbent government, in that at every opportunity she crows about what her party has done. This is a real turn off for the electorate, because what they really... (25 February 2010)
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  • Leah Fraser: Ms Eagle has not answered the question regarding the apparent absence of the £60 Christmas payment to pensioners. Has it been scrapped? (11 December 2009)
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  • rob garrard: the minister is not taking into account the effects that this change will have on the vat reclaimed on purchases by bingo clubs. the treasury was given figures by three independant operators two... (15 May 2009)
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  • John Byng: At last the Government is beginning to realise that local procurement has been taken too far in government. Gas, electricity, paper, pens, desks, chairs etc could all be bought more cheaply... (28 April 2009)
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  • Eunice Deuchar: I was totally disgusted to hear the comments made by Angela Eagle re Naomi House Funding. I agree entirely with David Clark. To equate the needs of terminally ill children and the needs of... (5 December 2008)
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  • David Clark: Angela Eagle cannot distinguish between the plight of dying children in a hospice with that of cats needing protection. This is an outrageous position for the Government to adopt. (5 December 2008)
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  • Mark Tonge: 5p on fuel duty eh? Not wanted at all, but Angela you've not so skillfully completely avoided answering the question... (31 October 2008)
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  • John Byng: The Government is right to seek to tax aviation thoroughly (so that the polluter pays) but in ways that do not drive business overseas. But if they get it right, the beneficiaries will not be... (9 October 2008)
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  • Alan Robertson: What a difference five months makes, eh? (28 August 2008)
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  • Andrew James: Yet again, the best a Labour minister can come with is look at the history books. Who cares what happened under the last Conservative goverment, that was over 11 years ago. (9 June 2008)
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  • mick angel: Angela Eagle is proposing that a beauracratic mess continue even after the admission that the legislation is causing problems. For what reason she'd prefer this state of affairs to continue I... (30 April 2008)
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  • Robert Naether: Then why are people at 60 or 65 being sacked when they want to work on, why is the law not changed to allow people to stay in work no matter what the employer wants (18 March 2008)
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  • Chris Senior: as usual with this idiot, she answers an unasked question instead of the one asked! As a previous comments states, she should do the honourable thing and resign, but there again, "Honour &... (25 January 2008)
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  • Martin : The minister has, by this answer, proved herself to be useless. 600 jobs gone and she waffles and pithers about. Not good enough. Follow Peter Hain's example. Resign. You are not up to the job. (25 January 2008)
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  • Keith Neilson: No, because the gov't are issuing the contract it is up to the gov't to ensure that the product supplied (in this case a website but the same follows for absolutely anything that the government... (20 January 2008)
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  • Keith Neilson: This is not relevant to the various government websites however. Websites are by their nature independent of the operating system which the browser runs on, they have to be or the growth of... (20 January 2008)
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  • Ross Gardler: Open standards are not enough to prevent lock-in, they help, but they are not enough. See http://involve.jisc.ac.uk/wpmu/oss-watch /2007/11/30/open-standards-do-not-always -prevent-lock-in/ for... (21 December 2007)
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  • Kenneth Armitage: Fascinating. I have often wondered where ministers get their facts and figures from, according to the ONS, apart from the 890,000 unemployed claimants there are 7.89 million economically inactive... (7 December 2007)
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  • Joyce Glasser: Parliamentary Sec. at HM Treasury, Angela Eagle, talks of the massive youth unemployment that Labour's apprenticeship schemes reduced. Ms Eagle then refers to a whole generation on the scrap heap... (1 December 2007)
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  • Tony Rowe: As a resident of England this is all mumbo jumbo. I see cancer patients in Scotland receiving drugs denied to people in England on grounds of cost. I hear of free prescriptions in Scotland. I... (23 November 2007)
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  • neil prosser: Angela Eagle , what world do you live in, its fact that the elderly and disabled are are seen by most as a burden , watch a disabled person cross a pedestrian crossing and look at the frustration... (10 June 2007)
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  • Laura Peter: My family have experienced a very positive outcome as a result of the expertise, integrity and helpfulness of all the staff at Clattebridge Oncology Centre over te last five (plus ) years. This... (26 April 2007)
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  • Dr Peter Bowen-Walker: I am personally of the opinion that if you are going to open-up your house or business to the public (such as by running a guest house), then you should open it up to everyone; without exception,... (10 January 2006)
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  • Stuart Beamish: I still think the act needs to reflect the many differing establishments offering board in this country, and to allow people the right to choose not to let to people they don't want to. I... (29 December 2005)
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