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  • Election 2010 William Hague First Secretary of State and Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs
    Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs in David Cameron s Conservative and Liberal Democrats coalition government William Hague has been the Member of Parliament for Richmond Yorkshire since 1989 and replaces Lord Mandelson as First Secretary of State and David Miliband as Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs As the Conservative party leader he resigned after the 2001 general election following a landslide defeat to the Labour Party Leave a reply to Election 2010 William Hague First Secretary of State and Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs Name required Mail not published required Comment Title Don t subscribe All Replies to my comments Notify me of followup comments via e mail You can also subscribe without commenting Popular Election 2010 George Osborne Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne at 38 is the youngest Chancellor of the Election 2010 Michael Gove Secretary of State for Children Schools and Families Michael Gove is the new Secretary of State for Children Conservative MP David Cameron Discussion Election 2010 Prime Minister David Cameron Election 2010 Theresa May Home Secretary and Minister for Women and Equality Election 2010 Liam Fox Secretary of State for Defence Election 2010 Ken Clarke

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  • Election 2010 Michael Gove Secretary of State for Children, Schools and Families
    injured and even raped It is so sad It is about time students working classes etc all formed a tight community and a strong pressure group GIVE US OUR EMA BACK WE TRULY NEED IT it is not a luxury it is a payment to help towards cost of actually going to college There are no jobs to be had jobs don t even pay a decent wage If you work full time on minimum wage you can hardly afford to support yourself with the huge cost of living rent council tax heating travel food what s left to spend on clothes leisure going out to meet a partner money to save for a home or to get marriage Things haven t half changed for the working class since this government has come in Why should our uni rates be raised to subsidise overseas students Can anyone answer this Reply to Comment Election 2010 Michael Gove Secretary of State for Children Schools and Families Natalie Comment on Election 2010 Michael Gove Secretary of State for Children Schools and Families I think getting rid of EMA is a good idea for months now ive been watching class mates talking about all the money they get and how they can afford to go out and buy shoes etc Why do my parents have to pay for their shoes for goodness sake I understand some people really do need the money but seriously most dont Very unfair system Reply to Comment Jamie Comment on Election 2010 Michael Gove Secretary of State for Children Schools and Families Getting rid of EMA ALG and Child Benefits would be one of the worst idea s to be made alot of family s haven t got enough money coming in In my case iv got a dad that s disabled and a mother who can barely keep me and my brother going as she s too busy looking after my dad and my brother I can take care of myself but barely As well as where my dad got screwed over by his boss as his accident wasn t registered he got screwed over nearly 75 000 so he cant work any more so for me to get to college the only source of money I get is EMA I get 30 a week and that goes 11 50 train fare a week and the rest towards resources I don t even have the luxury to buy shoes or any sort of clothing as mums child benefits go towards feeding the house which is barely anything once every 4weeks we get a decent meal which mum has to save up for which is about 2 50 a week I got a job just to help bay bills and internet and T V licenses so all the money I make goes towards the house and the EMA is the only things allowing me to be able to get to college every week Take Natalie s comment for example

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  • Election 2010 Liam Fox Secretary of State for Defence
    an area that should be lookad at for savings I dont think that we any longer have a requirement for a military presence in Europe NICK WHITE ARGYLL AND BUTE CCA Reply to Comment nicholas white Comment on Election 2010 Liam Fox Secretary of State for Defence Liam some time ago you stated that we have 25000 defence jobs tied up in Germany I dont think that we need to be there any longer our military priorities are elsewhere and think of the cost savings in this time of austerity I would suggest that these people are brought home now NICK WHITE ARGYLL AND BUTE CCA Reply to Comment Rhys Comment on Election 2010 Liam Fox Secretary of State for Defence Nicholas It s a great idea to bring soldiers back from Germany but there is no infrastructure in the UK to house them The current plans to remove the Armed Forces from Germany by 2015 are only going to add to the burden on already crammed quarters and barrack accomodation In order to make the long term saving there is a requirement for short term investment which there is no money for The soldiers are only going to have their lives made more miserable than they already are while the government talks of reinstating the Military Covenant it is killing off Defence with a death of 1 000 cuts And as a footnote the soldiers in Germany deploy on operations just as regularly as the soldiers in UK It s not like as Liam Fox implies the troops there are sat around waiting for the non existant threat of Russian invasion I believe I m right in saying that the 1 UK Div soldiers in fact undertake more deployments than those here in UK Reply to Comment Election 2010

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  • Election 2010 Theresa May Home Secretary and Minister for Women and Equality
    early in her job I was very surprised how well she spoke The downside for me sadly Stapleton who I thought on a number of occasions was downright rude in an attempt to be a Paxman He failed miserabley Well done Theresa I will follow your future in this roll with very much interest I am after all in my mid seventys You appear to be very sincere Reply to Comment Election 2010 Theresa May Home Secretary and Minister for Women and Equality J A Lamb Comment on Incompetent Incompetent Ms May is incompetent person that should never hold any postion in any government The idea that she would like to give millions more of tax payers money to the Corupt Pakistan Government is utterly disgusting All the millions of foreign aid money and GIFTS that This lunatic Tory lead government pays to Pakistan goes to their never ending fight against India and to their friends the Taliban It s nothing more than treason British and American troops are being maimed and killed that are being given safe haven in Pakistan And we have a lunatic Tory government aiding the enemy British Veteran Reply to Comment Incompetent Mr Paul APJ Smith Comment on Election 2010 Theresa May Home Secretary and Minister for Women and Equality Just a short message offering the best compliments for Mrs May and her new appointment in these demanding positions Like yours truly at 53 years young wisdom is at its best for creativity in the work place As a humble sort writing and composing in the shadows of Europe s magnificent cathedrals and churches I look forward to playing my part in the fight against crime especially in the ASBO fields where I have come up with simple solutions to help make straight the way

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  • Election 2010 Chris Huhne Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change
    the City of London Leave a reply to Election 2010 Chris Huhne Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change Name required Mail not published required Comment Title Don t subscribe All Replies to my comments Notify me of followup comments via e mail You can also subscribe without commenting Popular Election 2010 George Osborne Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne at 38 is the youngest Chancellor of the Election

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  • Election 2010 Ken Clarke Secretary of State for Justice and Lord Chancellor
    from Cambridge University where he graduated with a 2 1 On leaving Cambridge Ken Clarke was called to the Bar in 1963 by Gray s Inn and took silk in 1980 becoming a QC In 1970 he became Conservative MP for Rushcliffe and has served in a number of ministerial roles Paymaster General 2 September 1985 13 July 1987 Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster 13 July 1987 25 July 1988 Secretary of State for Health 25 July 1988 2 November 1990 Secretary of State for Education and Science 2 November 1990 10 April 1992 Home Secretary 10 April 1992 27 May 1993 Chancellor of the Exchequer 27 May 1993 2 May 1997 Shadow Secretary of State for Business Innovation and Skills 19 January 2009 11 May 2010 3 responses to Election 2010 Ken Clarke Secretary of State for Justice and Lord Chancellor rockefeller bilderberg Comment on Election 2010 Ken Clarke Secretary of State for Justice and Lord Chancellor Watch the fat cigar smoking dodge well Reply to Comment ivor question Comment on Election 2010 Ken Clarke Secretary of State for Justice and Lord Chancellor I thought that the role of Lord Chancellor had been abolished with the creation of the new U k Supreme Court last year Reply to Comment gillian sanders Comment on QUESTION ON IPP QUESTION ON IPP I would very much like to contact Mr Clarke regarding the lifting of IPP if at all possible thankyou Reply to Comment Leave a reply to Election 2010 Ken Clarke Secretary of State for Justice and Lord Chancellor Name required Mail not published required Comment Title Don t subscribe All Replies to my comments Notify me of followup comments via e mail You can also subscribe without commenting Popular Election 2010 George Osborne Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne

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  • Election 2010 George Osborne Chancellor of the Exchequer
    2010 George Osborne Chancellor of the Exchequer No Jimbo i m not UKIP i am a betrayed Lib Dem voter i think there are 5 cabinet posts who s salary will be paid in pieces of silver Reply to Comment JimBo Comment on Election 2010 George Osborne Chancellor of the Exchequer Ian Oh I see I m sorry for your loss Why not give these guys a bit of time after all this is the risk with hung parliaments Give politicians enough closed doors anyone can do a coalition Reply to Comment ian Comment on Election 2010 George Osborne Chancellor of the Exchequer Jimbo We have no choice but to see what happens as we are where we are what we should have is a Conservative minority government and if the other parties were serious about putting the national intrests first work with that if it fails so be it and we try again What we have now is two parties that have ripped up their manifesto s and drawn up a new one which no member of the public has voted for We are going to have a fixed parliament because they are both petrified of a split There are another round of boundry changes designed to favour whoever is in power This is not democracy parties should stick to their manifesto s we vote they get their chance if it works fine if not we throw them out Nobody voted for a coalition i never saw a box for that on the ballot paper Reply to Comment Election 2010 George Osborne Chancellor of the Exchequer john mclellan Comment on what i think what i think I am sure Chancellor Osborne could have had a job at the newspapers as a Paper boy i wish he would stop sitting in the house of commons with that automatic nod when his master is on and oh yes why is he not with the rest of them working out how we are going to get out of this financial mess Like it or not you bet your little nodding head we are tied in with Europe your budget was written for you all you have to do is try and use your brain some time looking at you on TV the vacant look on your face is worse than Nick Clegg Wish i was younger boy would i have giving you a run for your corn I dont know if there will be a problem with this e mail by the way do you have a flat in the commons come on do a tour of the country you never know it might boost you 1 Same rate which i get for my savings yes i know your not the Governor Bank England can go on and on and i would get as much sense talking to my Dog Regards or dis take your pick dam your master is on Hols Reply to Comment what i think valerie Long Comment on

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  • Election 2010 Prime Minister David Cameron
    Cameron going from a clear majority in the polls a year or so ago to on May 6th a hung parliament 6 responses to Election 2010 Prime Minister David Cameron DAS Comment on Election 2010 Prime Minister David Cameron Let us hope the conservatives with the assistance of the liberals make a better job than labour did I visited the UK recently and was appalled at what I saw Reply to Comment ian Comment on Election 2010 Prime Minister David Cameron It will be more civilised the next time you come back here you will be able to go fox hunting and tear defenceless animals to shreds with dogs and smear their blood on your face as a sign of your brave triumph Reply to Comment JimBo Comment on Election 2010 Prime Minister David Cameron BTW Labour did not outlaw fox hunting It still happens under licence Your point being Reply to Comment Shumon Rahman Comment on Election 2010 Prime Minister David Cameron am very happy about this reckless spending and running up debts is what gordon and the labour party have done as is the way with all labour governments the mood of the UK has changed and doesnt want it anymore bigger margins than either thatcher or blair when they both had overwhleming victories just the shambles that is the voting system allowed brown to pretend he hasnt been soundly defeated even then he was trying to stay in office the man has no shame and good riddance Reply to Comment Election 2010 Prime Minister David Cameron Alan Hanger Comment on Election 2010 Prime Minister David Cameron I can t believe David Cameron moved in so quickly Surely he should have fumigated number 10 after the stench left by the low life of Brown Mandelson and Campbell Reply

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