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    public at this remove cannot now be ascertained. However, the figure remained in production until 1938. If one contrasts Fenton’s thuggish looking Irishman with Vyse’s wholesome looking Cinneraria Boy (Fig.49), and one questions Doulton’s incentive for commissioning a design, which one supposes is meant to represent a labouring navvy. Nell Vyse In 1928, Alfred Mond (1868-1930), a Conservative MP, along with Ben Turner (1863-1942) the General Secretary of the Trades Union Council, together organised what became popularly known as the ‘Mond-Turner’ talks. 39 Nell Vyse was dissatisfied with the leaders of the Independent Labour Party. It was in this mood of disenchantment, she attended the public meeting in 1928, at which the ILP was promoting the Mond/Turner proposals. The speakers called for a rationalisation between the Trades Union Council and the largest employers of labour in the country. Nell Vyse after listening to what she called the ‘pomposity of the speakers attacking the workers’ she was further incensed at what she saw as the ILP’s treachery. Rising to her feet, she made a public declaration against the committee for their endorsement of ‘Mondism’, and with her head held high, she marched from the hall. Despite much left wing protestation and much to Nell Vyse’s disgust, ‘Mondism’ garnered enough support amongst the regular members ILP members, and ratified in 1929. ●●●●…

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    The National Health Service and Community Care Act of 1990 which introduced competition and the role of the consumer into the healthcare system by decentralizing management and bringing it to local levels (Marsland, 2005, p. 61). These reforms, and others, brought about radical changes that seemed to be pushing the NHS in the right direction for success, however, that success was met with great resistance by the Labour Party who put an end to any drastic reforms. In the years following the 1997…

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    Labour Reforms

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    Between 1945 and 1952, the Labour Government were faced with many problems, Britain had lost a quarter of its wealth and there was a shortage of raw materials. To help meet the needs of people, Labour introduced new reforms which made up the Welfare State. These reforms were introduced to abolish the 'Five Giants' - want, disease, ignorance, squalor and idleness. The Labour Government were partially effective in meeting the needs of the people. Poverty was a major issue in Britain which…

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    In the year of 1984 in New Zealand, there was a new elected government (labour party) which started to follow the neo-liberal trend including taking away free higher education, the national party when elected in only increased and semented this change. Jobs were now diversifying so there was now a demand for more specialised roles. This is partly why the competition started increasing and we started to see a gap in the economy and increasing gaps between the rich and poor. Because whoever could…

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    The Liberal Party originated in the reformist opposition groups that emerged in the mid-19th century in what are now the provinces of Quebec and Ontario “Rouges” (Reds) in the former and Clear Grits in the latter. The looseness and instability of all party formations at the time were especially persistent on what came to be called the Liberal side. Both before and after the 1867 creation of the Canadian federation, the Conservatives under Sir John A. Macdonald, Canada’s first prime minister,…

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    address Labour Parties electoral performance in the 2010 and 2015 General Election. There are several factors that affected Labours performance in both the 2010 and 2015 General Elections. For example; the economy, the growth in power for the SNP, party identification, introduction of challenger parties, leadership Add more factors. Considering that Labour are formally a left-wing party means that they tend to care more about society than the economy. As a result, Labour have been criticised…

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    The interdependence theory is a great theory that was chosen to be focused on in this article. I can relate to the ideas that were formed around this one theory. Ultimately women do pay close attention to all three of the independent variables although one variable may stick out more than the others depending on the person. There are countless factors on both the men and the women in an abusive relationship. The men may have had a past experience that’s made them to be abusive. As in my story,…

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    Independent Study Proposal

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    Introduction This report explores the benefits of a Kent Denver sponsored Independent Study Program and finds that a flexible and informal program is pragmatic, easy to implement and enhances the excellence of the Kent Denver academic experience for willing students. Part II outlines the first draft of the plan and includes explicit procedures for the continuation of the research program, which will run for the most part, independent of interference from the Kent Administration and Faculty.…

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    Results The dependent variable in this is whether or not the veterans suffer from depression. It is the dependent variable because in this case, depression is dependent on the number of years has served in the military or if they have served at all. The independent variable is the variable that is not dependent on another. In this case, having depression is not a determining factor for serving in the military. The variable name for depression is ‘DEPRESS’ and the variable name for the number of…

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    1. As noted in table 1 of Hensen et al., the dependent variables are: • fear of cyberstalking by intimate partners • fear of cyberstalking by friends/acquaintances • fear of cyberstalking by strangers 2. The age coefficient in regarding fear of cyberstalking by an intimate partner as noted on table 2 is –0.11. Furthermore, the value associated with age in the section of intimate partner is noted with a single * so we know that p is less than or equal to 0.05. The value associated with the…

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