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  • Liberal Democrats Policies : Environment and Energy
    Directive so that we are not prosecuted by the European Court of Justice We would raise the requirements of Building Regulations to ensure that our homes are energy efficient This would help to curb Britain s carbon emissions as well as tackling fuel poverty Tax pollution not people We want to reverse the decline in green taxation under Labour and use the revenue to cut income tax We will cut income tax and increase taxes on carbon emissions and other resource usage that causes global warming So the more you go green the more money you save Renewable energy not nuclear energy We oppose construction of further nuclear power stations More nuclear power is a barrier to green growth as it will soak up subsidy hinder development of Britain s vast renewable resources and lead to nuclear proliferation increasing global security risks I would be interested to hear both positive and negative views on Liberal Democrats Environment and Energy policies in the comments below 1 responses to Liberal Democrats Policies Environment and Energy Lawrence Ward Comment on Liberal Democrats Policies Environment and Energy Dear Mr Clegg I have been a supporter of the Liberal Democrats since their formation both in national and in local elections believing that they had the most sensible policies and that they were more trustworthy and open than the two other major parties However the issue of climate change is now of the utmost importance and regrettably I believe that your party s anti nuclear power energy policy if implemented would have catastrophic consequences for our country s greenhouse gas emissions I feel so strongly about this that unless the policy is reconsidered then at the forthcoming general election I must not only vote against you but also actively encourage others to do so We all believe in the need for renewables and energy efficiency but they can only ever have a limited part to play and the major problem will continue to be with our baseload generation It is an ill advised and misinformed policy that continues to support a fossil fuel energy supply in the hope that so called carbon capture and storage can be made feasible let alone economic for large scale electricity generation by land based coal oil and gas fired power stations Pumping exhaust gases underground has only ever been viable for specific oil wells in the relatively small scale extraction of remaining deposits underneath locally situated impervious rocks It is a vain hope that this technology could be transferred to capture and permanently store the huge amount of greenhouse gas emissions from conventional power stations in Britain Nuclear power is the only low carbon option for the provision of our baseload electricity and we must proceed with the approval and building of new nuclear stations as soon as possible even if the forecast energy gap means a period of reduced prosperity until the stations are commissioned Since this situation has been obvious for so long it is a sorry indictment

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  • Liberal Democrats Policies : Local Communities
    their income in tax than the very rich We would scrap Council Tax and replace it with Local Income Tax which is fair and affordable We will return Business Rates to local control so local people decide how their locally raised taxes are spent Provide affordable homes We will tackle the housing crisis by providing affordable housing which remains affordable in the long term as well as increasing the stock of social housing to rent We will release public sector land to Community Land Trusts taking out the cost of buying land to develop so they can build thousands of affordable homes for their local communities We will reform VAT to encourage developers to repair and re use empty buildings and brownfield land In areas where second homes are overwhelming the local housing market we will require people to get planning permission before turning another full time home into a holiday home Strong communities needn t cost the earth We will aim to reduce carbon emissions from the UK s housing by more than 80 by 2050 setting new standards for new housing and refurbishing existing housing This will not only cut greenhouse gas emissions but also household bills We will also support councils in delivering sustainable development increasing public spaces and parks and using their road system to support green modes of transport I would be interested to hear both positive and negative views on Liberal Democrats Local Communities policies in the comments below 1 responses to Liberal Democrats Policies Local Communities Tabby Comment on Liberal Democrats Policies Local Communities These don t sound like real policies to me they sound like gimmicks useless gimmicks None of the 3 main parties have anything real to say about housing seeing as each of their members own more than 1 home

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  • Liberal Democrats Policies : Education
    money on endless gimmicks that produce headlines but not real solutions we will deliver extra cash directly to the front line Set schools free stop Government meddling Too much of what goes on in schools is determined by Government micro management We will give extra freedoms to all schools in order to help them to drive up standards We want to encourage school leaders to develop their own local solutions to the challenges which they face Greater freedom to innovate will help to encourage more high quality school leadership new sources of school governance and more excellent teachers T he Diploma Instead of a complex and confusing qualification system we need a framework which stretches the most talented bridges the gap between vocational and academic and is understood by parents pupils and employers alike We will create a General diploma which will use GCSEs and A Levels as building blocks and enable pupils to mix quality vocational and academic learning Education Standards Authority A fully independent watchdog would safeguard the curriculum from political interference and ensure high standards across the education system I would be interested to hear both positive and negative views on Liberal Democrats Education policies in the comments below 1 responses to Liberal Democrats Policies Education VoteNo ToBNP Comment on Liberal Democrats Policies Education David I can t find where the LibDem Education Policy is on the site could you please add this comment to it if you have it here The LibDems have a policy to remove all fees for students and to go back to full grants they have today admitted that the policy will take six years to impliment and will eventually end up costing the tax payer 7 5 Billion a year to fund Reply to Comment Leave a reply to Liberal Democrats

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  • Official Political News Sources
    news items for November 2009 BNP 104 news items for November 2009 What s up with Labour and the Green party not publishing news frequently OK the Greens only have a handful of MP s though with how much effort they put into their policies WOW they are detailed I expected better My biggest concern is with the Labour party I know they are in power and so it could be argued they are busy running the country etc but why aren t they getting their message out like the other main parties The Tories and Lib Dems post what s been discussed at Prime Ministers Question Time as news but nothing from Labour The Labour Party website is awful they have a section called Labour Central which is supposed to be news but the Blog section is WAY out of date and the first article doesn t even exist Come on Labour pull your finger out and get into the 21st century and create a site I can use more content from to generate interesting debates BTW if any visitor feels they have views on a political subject worthy of debate and want to write it up as an article take a read of General Election 2010 Have Your Say and submit it as a comment on the above page make it clear you d like it as an independent article and if it meets the criteria I ll post it as an article giving you full credit David Leave a reply to Official Political News Sources 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 Islamification of UK Far right political groups in the UK throughout

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  • Schools Secretary Michael Gove Causes More Confusion With Axed Schools
    they their names were put along with 700 Building Schools for the Future BSF schools scrapped this mistakes has been made several times where councils were lead to believe their school was safe but was going to be axed Wigan Borough Council is contacting Michael Gove about the matter This is sloppy work by the Schools Secretary to make that many mistakes is ridiculous he really needs to get his act in order Author Caleb Law age 13 Leave a reply to Schools Secretary Michael Gove Causes More Confusion With Axed Schools 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 Tory MP Philip Hollobone Refuses to Talk to ANY Constituent Who Wears a Face Veil Another Racist Tory MP Anyone Surprised Philip Hollobone has The Coalition Government s First Major Outing Political Cartoon Today the coalition cabinet went to their first major outing Leaked Treasury Figures Predicts 1 3m Jobs Lost Report Claims Theresa May Apologises After Policy Announcement to Media Before MP s David Cameron to Oppose Electoral Change to the Alternative Vote Philip Hammond Braces

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  • Liberal Democrats Policies : Rural Affairs
    will invest 2 billion to ensure they stay open We will launch a government review of broadband coverage and quality in remote areas We will also seek EU permission to grant lower fuel taxes and a 50 discount on road tax in sparsely populated areas on all but the most polluting cars We will also give councils greater powers to regulate bus services according to rural community needs A fair future for farming We will ensure farmers and consumers get a fair price for food by creating a legally binding supermarket code enforced by an independent Food Trade Inspector To ensure prompt farm payments we will cut red tape by simplifying the application processes and raising the minimum threshold for payments to 100 Save our waterways We will give full weight to the social economic and environmental importance of the waterway network in determining future grant levels for British Waterways In order to reverse short term cuts arising from loss of Single Payment System income we will use contingency funds We will help farmers help the environment We will accelerate the replacement of CAP production subsidies with payments for social goods such as good environmental practice We will also nurture the market for bioenergy through longer term targets under the Renewable Transport Fuel Obligation a new assurance scheme to ensure bioenergy is sustainably produced and transported and reform of existing woodland tax breaks I would be interested to hear both positive and negative views on Liberal Democrats Rural Affairs policies in the comments below Leave a reply to Liberal Democrats Policies Rural 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 Liberal Democrats to Win The General

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  • Education Secretary Michael Gove Release’s Fifth List on Axed Schools Political Cartoon
    speak for us all in saying We Love Funny Politics Enjoy D Artist Author Caleb Law age 13 Leave a reply to Education Secretary Michael Gove Release s Fifth List on Axed Schools Political Cartoon 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 Tory MP Philip Hollobone Refuses to Talk to ANY Constituent Who Wears a Face Veil Another Racist Tory MP Anyone Surprised Philip Hollobone has Political Cartoon Threw together a quick political cartoon about Pastor Terry Jones David Cameron s World Trip PM Visit s Silvio Berlusconi Rome Political Cartoon Prime Minister David Cameron Finds a Bat in His Flat Political Cartoon David Cameron Worries About Finding a Good State School Political Cartoon Parliament France Should France Have Banned the Burqa David Cameron to Oppose Electoral Change to the Alternative Vote Official Political News Sources Philip Hammond Braces Public Sectors For Slashes Telling Them to Prepare for 40 Cuts Political Cartoon Frantic Commonwealth Games Clean Up Political Cartoon George Osborne s Emergency Budget Speech 2010 Deputy PM Nick Clegg Makes a Speech on His All

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  • Michael Gove’s Mistakes – The Aftermath Leaves Schools in ‘Limbo’
    t see the Schools Secretary apologising for his mistakes that may make those effected schools work less efficiently and give a lower education to it s student s Should the Schools Secretary Michael Gove Loose His Job Because of the Mistakes He s and Damages Made If You Would Like To make a Comment Below Your More Than Welcome D poll id 26 Author Caleb Law age 13 Leave a reply to Michael Gove s Mistakes The Aftermath Leaves Schools in Limbo 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 Tory MP Philip Hollobone May Face Criminal Prosecution Over De Veiling Request Seems Like He Got What s Coming to Him Serves Labour MP Gordon Brown Discussion This page is to discuss comments etc made by the Election 2010 George Osborne Chancellor of the Exchequer Election 2010 Michael Gove Secretary of State for Children Schools and Families Election 2010 Gordon Brown to Resign as Labour Leader Conservative MP David Cameron Discussion Election 2010 Theresa May Home Secretary and Minister for Women and Equality Election 2010 Prime Minister

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