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seo expert2019 2021-10-28

The term 'herd immunity' ostensibly means when most part of the populace becomes resistant to a certain contagious disease then they'll get oblique protection than those people who are not immune to it.

For example, if 80% of the people gets immunity then four out of five people won't get ill despite coming into experience of infected people.

You can find two ways of achieving herd immunity: with measures and social norms not being followed purely a sizable percentage of the population probably will get contaminated and if it's at the very least 70%, the populace will get herd immunity, and secondly, just through the progress of a vaccine.

Therefore, the only path to achieve this could be via a developed vaccine, and until it is prepared for mass use the infections must be kept under control by enforcing strict social distancing and other norms.Lcd Therapy has been emerging as an extremely positive progress for treating critical COVID-19 patients where in fact the blood lcd is gathered from recovered Coronavirus patients is injected into them and the anti-bodies contained in that helps curing them.

In India, this therapy will be used with accomplishment; plasma banks are increasingly being established in Delhi, Haryana and Maharashtra amongst others with requests to recovered people to donate plasma.

In fact, the Wellness Minister of Delhi who got severely sick with COVID-19 recovered ultimately with this specific therapy.The WHO has stipulated really stringent techniques for progress of COVID Vaccines: the produced vaccine has to go through three arduous stages of scientific trials with raising variety of individual volunteers given doses before being stated safe for use which may take many months apart from the weeks required for mass produce and distribution.

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Buy The Everyday Hero Manifesto (PAPERBACK) by Robin Sharma online from India's best online bookstore, shop from the new arrivals, millions of bestsellers at a huge discount on Bookswagon.com

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In the previous article, we have explained as to how the Congress manifesto doesn’t specify its promises but BJP on the other hand has set clear targets and deadlines.

In this story, we bring another aspect of the two manifestos.

We analysed both the manifestos on the burning issues that the country faces today.

We found a stark contrast in the position that the two parties have taken on these issues.

Here are some of those contrasts for readers to take note.

Based on the analysis, it is not difficult to say that Congress Party seems to be taking a wrong turn and speaking the language of Anti-India forces while BJP has further strengthened its nationalist vision.

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Matt Ouellette 2019-08-06
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8chan, an anonymous forum, has been under scrutiny since the mass shooting in El Paso, Texas on Saturday.

A hate-filled, anti-immigrant manifesto from the alleged shooter was uploaded to the site prior to the massacre.

However, 8chan owner Jim Watkins said Tuesday that the 2,300-word tirade was not posted by the alleged gunman.

Watkins posted a video on his YouTube channel on Tuesday, saying the manifesto was first published on Instagram and not on his site.

He said the document was then uploaded to his site by another user and that law enforcement had been "made aware" of it.

"Later, someone uploaded the manifesto.

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Aahana Ashi 2019-04-10
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There has always been a debate in the country that political parties promise many things but can’t be held accountable for these promises once they come to power.

We have identified the following objective themes based on which the people can measure and hold the government accountable.

BJP Manifesto 2019: BJP is very clear about their future course of action regarding border security.

More specifically, they have mentioned the exact number of integrated check-posts which will be operational in a select time frame.

Congress Manifesto 2019: Congress’s vision regarding infrastructure lacks objectivity and if one reads it, it looks like a bland document repeating the same rhetoric over and over.

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Donald Herrera 2020-10-14
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A coalition of technologists and executives known as the BizOps Coalition is looking to bridge the gap between technology investments and business outcomes, via a effort called the BizOps Manifesto, presented as a framework to address the issue.

The manifesto, published on the BizOps Coalition website October 13, outlines 14 guiding principles to help organizations achieve business outcomes via a framework that celebrates trust, confidence, and collaboration.

Some of the principles of the BizOps Manifesto include:

To read this article in full, please click here

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John Feeney 2018-01-09
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During the holidays I had to take careful stock of some of the conflicts that exist between how we celebrate this time of year and more ethical questions such as how excessive purchases come at a toll of mounting damage to the environment and exploitation of human life.

We are living in an era where merely opening our browsers invokes algorithms that materialise on our screens an entire panoply of items that we likely have bought in the past or will need in the future.

paper, envelops, trips to the post office).

I suggest what humans can do “to alleviate economic inequality and environmental ruin” given that we seem to overindulge in the holidays without much reflection.

Aside from being in complete agreement with the character of Sheldon (from television’s Big Bang Theory) about the inutility of gifts, still there is still enormous pressure to exchange Christmas gifts, especially when children are involved.

In fact, I have just dealt with this head-on where, for the first time in her life, one of my children was conscious of the commodity fetishism found throughout the structures of the holiday period.

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Ronald Breau 2018-09-28
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Prior to becoming a venture capitalist, Zennström co-founded Skype, the internet telephony company, which he famously managed to sell twice — first to eBay in 2005 for $2.6 billion, then to Microsoft in 2011 for $8.5 billion.

A known environmentalist, with his wife Catherine, he is also the founder of Zennström Philanthropies, a nonprofit that supports organisations combatting climate change and promoting human rights and social entrepreneurship.

Located in Mayfair, one of London’s most expensive districts, Atomico sits within walking distance of the London offices of Accel Partners and Index Ventures.

It plans to use the aircraft to power a “flying taxi” service that wouldn’t be out-of-place in a Sci-Fi movie.

I was also told that he is renowned for being an extremely tough negotiator (A partner at Atomico is rumoured to have asked one of the firm’s portfolio companies to have a pair of brass balls made as a present for Zennström in homage to a deal he recently got over the line.)

I’m told Zennström isn’t short of entertaining stories, both from his time building Skype and before that through his association with the peer-to-peer file sharing application Kazaa, whose technology was licensed by Joltid, another company he co-founded.

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Anthony Sullivan 2017-05-31
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p is encouraging its army of members to become politically engaged with the release of a manifesto comparison tool designed to pair up individual news articles with the stated standpoint of each political party on the issue.

Perspectives will see a location-sensitive prompt inserted at the bottom of news items pertaining to the 8 June vote, outlining each party’s stance on housing, the economy and foreign affairs to prospective voters in randomized order.

Targeted at Facebook’s 30m UK users the feature will pop up a maximum of three times per day in response to the types of article viewed rather than the individual and builds on the successful use of a similar tool used during the French presidential election.

Outlining its rationale a Facebook spokesman said: "People have told us it is sometimes difficult to find reliable and comprehensive information about the parties' election manifestos.

"In response, we created a space that allows each party to share explanations of their campaigns directly to people through their Facebook page.

People can choose to engage with different party pages to learn about the issues that matter to them."

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Jerrod Fenton 2021-01-08
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Government has reneged on manifesto commitment for nationwide fibre coverage by 2025.
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Isiah Jone 2017-06-21
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Tories dump a number of manifesto pledges

The government is to pass new laws to protect personal data and create a commission for countering extremism on the internet, the Queen announced in the annual state opening of Parliament today.

Her speech revealed a scaled legislative programme focused on delivering Brexit, with Theresa May's minority government having ditched a raft of manifesto pledges – including expanding grammar schools and a free vote on restoring fox hunting.

However, plans announced in the manifesto for a digital charter remained.

She said: "A new law will ensure that the United Kingdom retains its world-class regime protecting personal data, and proposals for a new digital charter will be brought forward to ensure that the United Kingdom is the safest place to be online."

Legislation will also be introduced to modernise the courts system – something that successive governments have been attempting to do for sometime.

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Mark Moore 2017-05-24
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p Liberal Democrat manifesto promises to harness power of tech without negatively impacting society and to support digital sector

The Liberal Democrats have promised to harness the benefits of new technologies, support the digital and creative industries, roll out 2Gbps broadband for businesses and continue to oppose Brexit in their manifesto for the 2017 General Election.

Leader Tim Farron said the document wasn’t so much an attempt to form the next government but to become the next opposition, arguing that every vote for the party would strengthen the battle to stop the Conservatives and a hard Brexit.

But there was also an acknowledgement that the technological future could be a threat to communities and jobs.

Machine learning, artificial intelligence and automation are affecting the type and the scale of employment,” read the manifesto.

“New global markets are opening up for low-carbon and resource efficient goods, services and infrastructure.

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Charles Michels 2016-08-31
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Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has published a 'digital democracy manifesto' which includes pledges ranging from high-speed broadband for all to the release of all publicly-funded software's source code under permissive licences.

Divisive Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn has published a 'digital democracy manifesto' which aims to address concerns regarding the growth of a societal gulf between technological haves and have-nots in the UK.

Published following a press conference late yesterday, Jeremy Corbyn's digital democracy manifesto is described in a somewhat error-peppered summary as 'about ensuring that our advances are shared, utilised and enjoyed by everyone, as part of a wider strategy to rebuild and transform Britain so that no one and no community is left behind.'

Accordingly, it outlines a range of topics on which Corbyn's Labour Party will campaign, from the promise of 'high speed broadband and mobile connectivity for every household, company and organisation in Britain from the inner city neighbourhoods to the remotest rural community' to a 'Digital Citizen Passport which will be used when interacting with public services like health, welfare, education and housing.'

Some of the more interesting extracts from Corbyn's manifesto include the promise that 'all publicly funded software and hardware is released under an Open Source licence,' a commitment which goes beyond current governmental requirements.

The manifesto also promises to 'create a free-to-use online hub of learning resources for the National Education Service,' and that 'the BBC Charter will be updated with a commitment to nurture programming from local and identity communities; Ofcom will protect network neutrality; funding bodies will be encouraged to sponsor new media arts projects; we will reform the laws on intellectual property so that producers and consumers benefit.'

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Peter Garvey 2018-02-21
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Diane Abbott has inadvertently doubled the number of border guards promised by Labour if it gets into power.

The shadow home secretary used a speech at King’s College, London to talk about her party’s position on immigration and asylum, promising “a thousand more border guards than the Tories”.

But Labour’s 2017 manifesto set out plans for just 500 new recruits - half the number promised in a pre-election campaign pledge - which it is understood is still party policy.

The Hackney MP referred to the document herself while claiming a Corbyn-led government would end the breaking up of families through the immigration system and help reunite refugees with their relatives.

“The last Labour manifesto was very clear about the underlying principles of Labour immigration policy,” she said.

“I’d like to remind you, if I can, of what the manifesto said.

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Anthony Sullivan 2019-03-25
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New Zealand officially banned the 74-page, racist manifesto written by the suspected gunman behind the deadly mosque attacks in Christchurch on March 15.

Anyone found to possess the manifesto could face up to ten years in prison, and those caught distributing it could face up to 14 years in prison.

Experts say the ban could backfire and risk making the gunman look like a martyr, and the document "forbidden fruit."

Brenton Tarrant, a 28-year-old Australian, is suspected of carrying out the attacks on the Al Noor and Linwood mosques on March 15.

He recorded and uploaded a livestream of the shootings to Facebook, as well as uploading a 74-page manifesto of his far-right views onto online forum 8chan the day before the massacre.

New Zealand's Office of Film & Literature Classification, which made the decision to ban the document on Saturday, told people in possession of the publication to destroy their copies and remove hyperlinks to them online.

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Val Strefeler 2016-08-22
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Justice Secretary Liz Truss has tried to calm Britain s population of non-Eton-educated scrubbers the hell down, by insisting that the government won t break its manifesto pledge of replacing the Human Rights Act with a new British Bill of Rights.

"We are committed to it, said Truss on BBC Radio 4 s Today show.

It is a manifesto pledge.

We are looking very closely at the details but we have a manifesto pledge to deliver that."

The legislation has been subject to a number of delays, and a according to recent reports, Prime Minister Theresa May isn t so keen on the idea.

Michael Gove, who lost his job when May slithered into Dave s old hotseat, had previously been working on a British Bill of Rights, which is now guaranteed to be subject to tinkering.

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seo expert2019 2021-10-28

The term 'herd immunity' ostensibly means when most part of the populace becomes resistant to a certain contagious disease then they'll get oblique protection than those people who are not immune to it.

For example, if 80% of the people gets immunity then four out of five people won't get ill despite coming into experience of infected people.

You can find two ways of achieving herd immunity: with measures and social norms not being followed purely a sizable percentage of the population probably will get contaminated and if it's at the very least 70%, the populace will get herd immunity, and secondly, just through the progress of a vaccine.

Therefore, the only path to achieve this could be via a developed vaccine, and until it is prepared for mass use the infections must be kept under control by enforcing strict social distancing and other norms.Lcd Therapy has been emerging as an extremely positive progress for treating critical COVID-19 patients where in fact the blood lcd is gathered from recovered Coronavirus patients is injected into them and the anti-bodies contained in that helps curing them.

In India, this therapy will be used with accomplishment; plasma banks are increasingly being established in Delhi, Haryana and Maharashtra amongst others with requests to recovered people to donate plasma.

In fact, the Wellness Minister of Delhi who got severely sick with COVID-19 recovered ultimately with this specific therapy.The WHO has stipulated really stringent techniques for progress of COVID Vaccines: the produced vaccine has to go through three arduous stages of scientific trials with raising variety of individual volunteers given doses before being stated safe for use which may take many months apart from the weeks required for mass produce and distribution.

Aahana Ashi 2019-04-11
img

In the previous article, we have explained as to how the Congress manifesto doesn’t specify its promises but BJP on the other hand has set clear targets and deadlines.

In this story, we bring another aspect of the two manifestos.

We analysed both the manifestos on the burning issues that the country faces today.

We found a stark contrast in the position that the two parties have taken on these issues.

Here are some of those contrasts for readers to take note.

Based on the analysis, it is not difficult to say that Congress Party seems to be taking a wrong turn and speaking the language of Anti-India forces while BJP has further strengthened its nationalist vision.

Aahana Ashi 2019-04-10
img

There has always been a debate in the country that political parties promise many things but can’t be held accountable for these promises once they come to power.

We have identified the following objective themes based on which the people can measure and hold the government accountable.

BJP Manifesto 2019: BJP is very clear about their future course of action regarding border security.

More specifically, they have mentioned the exact number of integrated check-posts which will be operational in a select time frame.

Congress Manifesto 2019: Congress’s vision regarding infrastructure lacks objectivity and if one reads it, it looks like a bland document repeating the same rhetoric over and over.

John Feeney 2018-01-09
img

During the holidays I had to take careful stock of some of the conflicts that exist between how we celebrate this time of year and more ethical questions such as how excessive purchases come at a toll of mounting damage to the environment and exploitation of human life.

We are living in an era where merely opening our browsers invokes algorithms that materialise on our screens an entire panoply of items that we likely have bought in the past or will need in the future.

paper, envelops, trips to the post office).

I suggest what humans can do “to alleviate economic inequality and environmental ruin” given that we seem to overindulge in the holidays without much reflection.

Aside from being in complete agreement with the character of Sheldon (from television’s Big Bang Theory) about the inutility of gifts, still there is still enormous pressure to exchange Christmas gifts, especially when children are involved.

In fact, I have just dealt with this head-on where, for the first time in her life, one of my children was conscious of the commodity fetishism found throughout the structures of the holiday period.

Anthony Sullivan 2017-05-31
img

p is encouraging its army of members to become politically engaged with the release of a manifesto comparison tool designed to pair up individual news articles with the stated standpoint of each political party on the issue.

Perspectives will see a location-sensitive prompt inserted at the bottom of news items pertaining to the 8 June vote, outlining each party’s stance on housing, the economy and foreign affairs to prospective voters in randomized order.

Targeted at Facebook’s 30m UK users the feature will pop up a maximum of three times per day in response to the types of article viewed rather than the individual and builds on the successful use of a similar tool used during the French presidential election.

Outlining its rationale a Facebook spokesman said: "People have told us it is sometimes difficult to find reliable and comprehensive information about the parties' election manifestos.

"In response, we created a space that allows each party to share explanations of their campaigns directly to people through their Facebook page.

People can choose to engage with different party pages to learn about the issues that matter to them."

Isiah Jone 2017-06-21
img

Tories dump a number of manifesto pledges

The government is to pass new laws to protect personal data and create a commission for countering extremism on the internet, the Queen announced in the annual state opening of Parliament today.

Her speech revealed a scaled legislative programme focused on delivering Brexit, with Theresa May's minority government having ditched a raft of manifesto pledges – including expanding grammar schools and a free vote on restoring fox hunting.

However, plans announced in the manifesto for a digital charter remained.

She said: "A new law will ensure that the United Kingdom retains its world-class regime protecting personal data, and proposals for a new digital charter will be brought forward to ensure that the United Kingdom is the safest place to be online."

Legislation will also be introduced to modernise the courts system – something that successive governments have been attempting to do for sometime.

Charles Michels 2016-08-31
img

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has published a 'digital democracy manifesto' which includes pledges ranging from high-speed broadband for all to the release of all publicly-funded software's source code under permissive licences.

Divisive Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn has published a 'digital democracy manifesto' which aims to address concerns regarding the growth of a societal gulf between technological haves and have-nots in the UK.

Published following a press conference late yesterday, Jeremy Corbyn's digital democracy manifesto is described in a somewhat error-peppered summary as 'about ensuring that our advances are shared, utilised and enjoyed by everyone, as part of a wider strategy to rebuild and transform Britain so that no one and no community is left behind.'

Accordingly, it outlines a range of topics on which Corbyn's Labour Party will campaign, from the promise of 'high speed broadband and mobile connectivity for every household, company and organisation in Britain from the inner city neighbourhoods to the remotest rural community' to a 'Digital Citizen Passport which will be used when interacting with public services like health, welfare, education and housing.'

Some of the more interesting extracts from Corbyn's manifesto include the promise that 'all publicly funded software and hardware is released under an Open Source licence,' a commitment which goes beyond current governmental requirements.

The manifesto also promises to 'create a free-to-use online hub of learning resources for the National Education Service,' and that 'the BBC Charter will be updated with a commitment to nurture programming from local and identity communities; Ofcom will protect network neutrality; funding bodies will be encouraged to sponsor new media arts projects; we will reform the laws on intellectual property so that producers and consumers benefit.'

Anthony Sullivan 2019-03-25
img

New Zealand officially banned the 74-page, racist manifesto written by the suspected gunman behind the deadly mosque attacks in Christchurch on March 15.

Anyone found to possess the manifesto could face up to ten years in prison, and those caught distributing it could face up to 14 years in prison.

Experts say the ban could backfire and risk making the gunman look like a martyr, and the document "forbidden fruit."

Brenton Tarrant, a 28-year-old Australian, is suspected of carrying out the attacks on the Al Noor and Linwood mosques on March 15.

He recorded and uploaded a livestream of the shootings to Facebook, as well as uploading a 74-page manifesto of his far-right views onto online forum 8chan the day before the massacre.

New Zealand's Office of Film & Literature Classification, which made the decision to ban the document on Saturday, told people in possession of the publication to destroy their copies and remove hyperlinks to them online.

onlinebookstore 2021-10-21

Buy The Everyday Hero Manifesto (PAPERBACK) by Robin Sharma online from India's best online bookstore, shop from the new arrivals, millions of bestsellers at a huge discount on Bookswagon.com

Matt Ouellette 2019-08-06
img

8chan, an anonymous forum, has been under scrutiny since the mass shooting in El Paso, Texas on Saturday.

A hate-filled, anti-immigrant manifesto from the alleged shooter was uploaded to the site prior to the massacre.

However, 8chan owner Jim Watkins said Tuesday that the 2,300-word tirade was not posted by the alleged gunman.

Watkins posted a video on his YouTube channel on Tuesday, saying the manifesto was first published on Instagram and not on his site.

He said the document was then uploaded to his site by another user and that law enforcement had been "made aware" of it.

"Later, someone uploaded the manifesto.

Donald Herrera 2020-10-14
img

A coalition of technologists and executives known as the BizOps Coalition is looking to bridge the gap between technology investments and business outcomes, via a effort called the BizOps Manifesto, presented as a framework to address the issue.

The manifesto, published on the BizOps Coalition website October 13, outlines 14 guiding principles to help organizations achieve business outcomes via a framework that celebrates trust, confidence, and collaboration.

Some of the principles of the BizOps Manifesto include:

To read this article in full, please click here

Ronald Breau 2018-09-28
img

Prior to becoming a venture capitalist, Zennström co-founded Skype, the internet telephony company, which he famously managed to sell twice — first to eBay in 2005 for $2.6 billion, then to Microsoft in 2011 for $8.5 billion.

A known environmentalist, with his wife Catherine, he is also the founder of Zennström Philanthropies, a nonprofit that supports organisations combatting climate change and promoting human rights and social entrepreneurship.

Located in Mayfair, one of London’s most expensive districts, Atomico sits within walking distance of the London offices of Accel Partners and Index Ventures.

It plans to use the aircraft to power a “flying taxi” service that wouldn’t be out-of-place in a Sci-Fi movie.

I was also told that he is renowned for being an extremely tough negotiator (A partner at Atomico is rumoured to have asked one of the firm’s portfolio companies to have a pair of brass balls made as a present for Zennström in homage to a deal he recently got over the line.)

I’m told Zennström isn’t short of entertaining stories, both from his time building Skype and before that through his association with the peer-to-peer file sharing application Kazaa, whose technology was licensed by Joltid, another company he co-founded.

Jerrod Fenton 2021-01-08
img
Government has reneged on manifesto commitment for nationwide fibre coverage by 2025.
Mark Moore 2017-05-24
img

p Liberal Democrat manifesto promises to harness power of tech without negatively impacting society and to support digital sector

The Liberal Democrats have promised to harness the benefits of new technologies, support the digital and creative industries, roll out 2Gbps broadband for businesses and continue to oppose Brexit in their manifesto for the 2017 General Election.

Leader Tim Farron said the document wasn’t so much an attempt to form the next government but to become the next opposition, arguing that every vote for the party would strengthen the battle to stop the Conservatives and a hard Brexit.

But there was also an acknowledgement that the technological future could be a threat to communities and jobs.

Machine learning, artificial intelligence and automation are affecting the type and the scale of employment,” read the manifesto.

“New global markets are opening up for low-carbon and resource efficient goods, services and infrastructure.

Peter Garvey 2018-02-21
img

Diane Abbott has inadvertently doubled the number of border guards promised by Labour if it gets into power.

The shadow home secretary used a speech at King’s College, London to talk about her party’s position on immigration and asylum, promising “a thousand more border guards than the Tories”.

But Labour’s 2017 manifesto set out plans for just 500 new recruits - half the number promised in a pre-election campaign pledge - which it is understood is still party policy.

The Hackney MP referred to the document herself while claiming a Corbyn-led government would end the breaking up of families through the immigration system and help reunite refugees with their relatives.

“The last Labour manifesto was very clear about the underlying principles of Labour immigration policy,” she said.

“I’d like to remind you, if I can, of what the manifesto said.

Val Strefeler 2016-08-22
img

Justice Secretary Liz Truss has tried to calm Britain s population of non-Eton-educated scrubbers the hell down, by insisting that the government won t break its manifesto pledge of replacing the Human Rights Act with a new British Bill of Rights.

"We are committed to it, said Truss on BBC Radio 4 s Today show.

It is a manifesto pledge.

We are looking very closely at the details but we have a manifesto pledge to deliver that."

The legislation has been subject to a number of delays, and a according to recent reports, Prime Minister Theresa May isn t so keen on the idea.

Michael Gove, who lost his job when May slithered into Dave s old hotseat, had previously been working on a British Bill of Rights, which is now guaranteed to be subject to tinkering.