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Issue No. 2294

‘Take a look at a great image and discover the link between suffragettes and the first women police. #IWD’

Greater Manchester Police marks International Women’s Day on Twitter—with a photo of a suffragette being arrested

‘Financier Sir John Beckwith has donated £25,000—with the promise of another £25,000 to come if he likes the Tory’s manifesto’

The London Evening Standard on the banker behind Boris Johnson’s election campaign

‘Ken Livingstone’s campaign is being funded by union barons prompting concerns he could be held to ransom by the Tube unions if re-elected’

The same Evening Standard worries that people other than bankers might have an influence on politics

‘Lord Heseltine had the right attitude’

Labour MP Chuka Umunna heaping praise on a Tory axeman. He went on to speak highly of Lord Mandelson

‘We don’t have a crystal ball. We can’t predict the future’

Paul Taylor, director of the Fitch credit rating agency, explains to MPs why he failed to give any warning of the 2007 financial crisis

‘We know them when we see them—hoods up, trousers halfway down to their knees, swaggering along the pavement, playing loud music on their phones, swearing, spitting’

Charlie Taylor, a government “expert advisor” on child behaviour. He advocates isolating “aggressive” toddlers in special institutes

‘I had no credentials but I thought, fuck it, I’ll just go for it’

Eton-educated Charlie Taylor describes how he landed a job as a headteacher


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Who Says?
Tue 13 Mar 2012, 18:13 GMT
Issue No. 2294
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