Parliament Passes Controversial Standardized Pilot Flying Hour Legislation


Parliament Passes Controversial Standardized Pilot Flying Hour Legislation


20/10/2013

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Parliament recently passed legislation regulating flying hours for UK pilots. The regulation was passed as a means to standardize UK pilot flying hours and rest… Read More ›

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Shedding Light on the Prevalence of the Online Drug Market

Shedding Light on the Prevalence of the Online Drug Market

29/11/2013 Comments are Disabled

The parliament found themselves in an awkward position when trying to explain why staff members visited illegal drug sites 484 times in 2013. Officials claim that there… Read More ›

Civil Liberties Commission Hears Whistle Blower Testimony

Civil Liberties Commission Hears Whistle Blower Testimony

05/11/2013 Comments are Disabled

On the heels of Edward Snowden’s dramatic revelations about the nature of national spying programs, many nations are beginning to investigate some of the accusations… Read More ›

Continued Backlash Against ‘Bedroom Tax’

Continued Backlash Against ‘Bedroom Tax’

13/10/2013 Comments are Disabled

The so-called ‘bedroom tax,’ which significantly changes the way housing benefits and taxes are managed, has received a significant amount of public scrutiny from both… Read More ›

Charter Needed in Lieu of Privy Council


Charter Needed in Lieu of Privy Council


04/10/2013 Comments are Disabled

The Privy Council is one of the last remaining vestiges of the monarchy in the UK. There are some 600 members on this Council and… Read More ›

National Service to be Reconsidered in Parliament


National Service to be Reconsidered in Parliament


12/09/2013 Comments are Disabled

The UK national service, which was abolished in 1960, involved the mandatory conscription into a year of charitable or military service. The idea of bringing… Read More ›

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North Korean Defectors Testify Before Parliament


North Korean Defectors Testify Before Parliament


05/11/2013 Comments are Disabled

Parliament will hear the testimony on the grave state of human rights from a number of defectors from North Korea. Open to the public, the… Read More ›

Parliament Passes Controversial Standardized Pilot Flying Hour Legislation


Parliament Passes Controversial Standardized Pilot Flying Hour Legislation


20/10/2013 Comments are Disabled

Parliament recently passed legislation regulating flying hours for UK pilots. The regulation was passed as a means to standardize UK pilot flying hours and rest… Read More ›

Fact-Finding Missions Sheds New Light on Sri Lankan National Progress


Fact-Finding Missions Sheds New Light on Sri Lankan National Progress


05/10/2013 Comments are Disabled

A recent Parliamentary fact-finding mission showed that much more humane and positive progress has been made in the redevelopment of Sri Lanka than what is… Read More ›

Parliament Tells Google Piracy Actions Not Strong Enough

Parliament Tells Google Piracy Actions Not Strong Enough

29/09/2013 Comments are Disabled

A Parliamentary committee recently undertook an investigation of popular search engine, Google’s, efforts to reduce online piracy. Members of Parliament were not impressed with the… Read More ›