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ongoing relationship with public sector professionals. Proximity and flexible opening hours in
, this desperately weak economic data is having a negative impact on the labour market.
one continent to another at the click of a computer mouse. You have only to open the pages of
. However, let me just remind you of some of the latest data. We are seeing a fall in the number of tourist
that by now we would be out of recession.
He said that "one set of data showing positive
DATA will give us their assessment of how far the promises made have been honoured.
data used, the link between age and crime is one of the most robust empirical findings in criminology
are in a vulnerable or isolated position which is open to exploitation or discrimination.
are changing in three significant ways. First, we are seeing the gradual opening up of world trade
Losing control of our borders.
Failing to reduce the rising tide of
as 5 to 8 per cent. of the vote, opening the door to extremists. A ridiculous situation can arise
properly as a good in itself, as the opening of young eyes to boundless possibilities, an invitation to
government, by requiring councils to publish all their data in a standardised and open format
,possible measurement errors and the prospect of further data revisions, it remains difficult to conclude
open speculation that the Government was considering the desperate step of starting to print money
technologies in word processing, data base management and desk-top publishing; book-keeping and
Despite the strength of the German economy, data for Japan and the US has been less
genetics, nanotechnology and robotics.
It's as if, having scratched away using open-cast mining
confirm today that a future Conservative Government will continue to produce data measuring poverty
challenged all those of us who are optimistic about human nature, who believe in an open society and
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