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  • Lee Maguire: The videos being referenced are Gove in the Garden and Michael Gove's Francis Urquhart Impression. (2 November 2014)
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  • James Spencer: Church in Wales response to the consultation: http://www.churchinwales.org.uk/press/di splay_press_release.php?prid=5397 (13 December 2012)
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  • Richard Taylor: The Tweet in question: http://twitter.com/#!/julianhuppert/stat us/27730735787933696 "Ah, Andy Burnham's real agenda leaks out. Simon Hughes, in charge of developing a better replacement,... (26 April 2012)
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  • Huw O'Sullivan: It is a search engine's job to return the results that people are in fact looking for. If whenever you typed in a query, the search engine forced every possible sales channel on you before... (8 February 2012)
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  • Huw O'Sullivan: Just googled it myself, the first result was for the official video on youtube I suggest everyone tries their own google search for it to confirm. Now YouTube is a legal site, and the video... (8 February 2012)
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  • Timothy : Note that in the text version of this Mr Brennan refers to £70,000 in the grass-roots grant programme in Stoke-on-Trent, but in his oral reply to Mr Flello, Mr Brennan refers to £700,000 -... (26 February 2009)
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  • Portia Barrett: Will the MP's be setting the example by volunteering some hours every week, in these poor areas.? (13 November 2008)
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  • Robert Hyde: This answer is full of waffle. Why can't politicians give straight answers to straight questions? Whenever politicians use the words' 'efficient' and 'effective' it normally means that a jolly... (13 November 2008)
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  • Simone Farrugia Meiszner: I don't agree with you.My daughter has suffered so much emotionally and has ended up isolated through not making friends. She wants inclusion not exclusion. She did not flourish in a specal needs... (1 July 2008)
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  • Ronald Brumwell: "Australian Mother", "native solution" what snide comments about such an important debate. Makes me ashamed to be a Labour supporter sometimes (5 February 2008)
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  • barbara richards: Cafcass do not have the best track record as far as looking after the best interests of children is concerned. The Government really should have another look at their own consultation paper,... (5 February 2008)
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  • Chris Beazer: Cycling has been removed from funding because it has been re-defined as non-competative, whereas horse-riding, for instance is still defined as competative. How can the government then say it is... (18 January 2008)
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  • Alix Cull: Does this include unaccompanied asylum children? (20 December 2007)
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  • Alix Cull: Rather a confusing answer! However, Can the Hon.member see any sense in sending parents to prison for their childrens absence from school? Or can he support fines, when a large number of such... (19 December 2007)
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  • andrew miles: If the figure was only 7% in 2000 then what could it have been in 1997 and before that when the policy of exclusion was prevalant? (5 August 2007)
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  • stephen reid: 41% getting five A-Gs is, in fact, very bad. Some Counties have around 95% of their children achieving this. And 12% getting 5 A to Cs is also not acceptable - nowhere near. I do not believe... (27 July 2007)
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  • Saint Swithins-Day: I despair. The context of the debate is whether the level of IB is adequate. So NO the hon. Gentleman should NOT concentrate on the fact aht 80% blah, blah... because whilst that is... (7 December 2005)
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  • Pablo Titchall: The Minister will find the necessary information at http://ukombudsman.org/ and also at http://localgovernmentombudsman.org/ (1 December 2005)
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  • I J: It's a cultural problem. The serious lack of financial accountabilty in the UK was again evident this morning. The radio reported why some MP's won't support reform of the public services -... (7 November 2005)
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  • Trevor Nunn: They should but the won't. (7 November 2005)
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  • Trevor Nunn: Yes they should be held accounatble but they are not. Neither is the Local Government Ombudsman. (7 November 2005)
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  • Chris Lightfoot: Yes, in this country fair use (strictly, "fair dealing") is rather limited. In particular, there is no "private copying exemption", so it is infringement to (for instance) make a copy of a CD to... (22 June 2004)
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  • Ben Francis: But is it not true that we have no fair use rights to copy CDs to our computers? And so aren't copy protection devices just stopping us doing something we aren't allowed to do anyway? I don't... (21 June 2004)
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  • Gregory Block: Balancing fair use - your ability to use and repurpose what you buy for your use - is one of the most important fundamental rights that we have. We have the right to use what we buy,... (21 June 2004)
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  • azeem azhar: The correct way is, of course, to actually figure out how demand has reduced rather than simply count the number of downloads and assume it has reduced. Also the key is not to educate people... (21 June 2004)
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