Monthly Archives: October 2011

Re-post from The Broker: “We’ll always have Paris…”


After much contemplating on whether I should write an article that was not really my forte,this was the end result, submitted 2 hours before midnight on the 18th/19th of October. Continue reading

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Goodbye Mark Lazarowicz, hello Tony Cunningham


And so the wait is over. Ed Miliband released his full Opposition Frontbench team. Mark Lazarowicz, the Scottish MP who was the Shadow Minister of State for International Development is out of the team. He is replaced by a certain … Continue reading

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Ivan Lewis is back: Will he shake up the DFID Shadow team?


First entry after a while…due to the fact that a) I’m a second year Doctoral Researcher now and b) I’m teaching four classes of Introduction to Political Economy (POLS 107 in Birmingham POLSIS speak) (a first year course). Oh the … Continue reading

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