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Most recent annotations on things by David Lammy

  • Ryan Seaton: the first impassioned minister to intervene with use of the word "stupid" and another one bites the dust pesonas to invoke the time on other days argument . (10 May 2012)
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  • Daniel williams: My Noble Lords may i quote the Mail online 9'th June 2009.British scientist have developed a portable scanner designed to detect guns and knives in the clothing of criminals.The hand held device... (16 October 2011)
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  • Peter Lorimer: http://www.guardian.co.uk/money/2008/jan /12/consumeraffairs (27 November 2010)
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  • Kevin Wells: Surely it should be promoting equality for everyone regardless of sex or race. (26 October 2010)
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  • Jeremy McNeill: The wiki link in this section is incorrect. The Alfred Morris referred to is not the former MP but the former vice-chancellor of the University of the West of England... (21 May 2009)
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  • norma ferrie: I WOULD LIKE TO COMMENT ON THE LAW SOCIETY COMPLAINTS HOUSE OF COMMONS DEBATE 21ST OF March 2005. A case worker at the LCS Has had my case and evidence since 2005. I am A member of the public... (19 April 2009)
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  • Blaine Price: Easy to say for someone whose education would have been fully funded by the (probably Tory?) government! (30 January 2009)
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  • michael ayton: When will New Labour politicians begin to grasp that their robotic view of education -- that 'education' and 'training for skills' are simply one and the same thing -- is peculiar to them and is... (22 October 2008)
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  • Joe Johnson: Shame that carpentry and joinery are a minority employement sectors within the Olympics. Much of the construction will be heavy industy; how many have gained aprenticeships in these areas? (30 November 2007)
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  • Joe Johnson: It is not relevant how many apprentices there are; more the completion rate. What is this comparison??? (30 November 2007)
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  • Joe Johnson: Diplomas are NOT work experience; they are experience of the work place. 10 days, which may not be secotr specific not take place in the work place, give only the youngester limited knowledge of... (30 November 2007)
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  • Joe Johnson: Answer the quation; what is the level of employer engagement? (30 November 2007)
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  • Joe Johnson: Answer the question; what percentage of completions led to employment? (30 November 2007)
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  • Joe Johnson: Answer the question!!! (30 November 2007)
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  • Katherine Green: Dear David Lammy, I read your answer with interest. In Walthamstow both our local Museums (William Morris Gallery & Vestry House Museum) have had their funding cut by the Council and will now... (26 June 2007)
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  • Tehmina Goskar: I think David Lammy (at least from this comment) misunderstands Robert Key's question. The issue is not with objects that are classed as portable antiquities, but with bulk finds. These are... (8 March 2007)
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  • Mark Bestford: Part of the problem as well is that you'll never find a local authority who will actually take responsibility. BMX and skateboarding are inherently risky sports. People will get injured, no other... (30 November 2006)
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  • Philip Procter: 1.5million? thats from the lottery, thats not from the government! and whats 1.5million in 10 years for something as big as skating? how much has sports like tennis, football had invested in... (30 November 2006)
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  • Elaine Eldridge: I agree that English Heritage must approach this with due diligence. Raising it's status may prevent some unsuitable purchasers from progression. It would be great if this 'National Treasure'... (12 July 2006)
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