Vice President, Government Policy
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"If Michael Gove wants to turn some of his ideas into government policy
he's entirely entitled to put that forward for wider discussion," he said.
British Government policy
is to renew and restore the electricity generating capacity that this country needs, which was neglected under the last Labour Government.
Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council gave permission for a sixth form at Arden because Government policy
supports well-performing schools wishing to expand.
Under Iran's system of clerical rule, Khamenei has final say on all government policy
. Senior clerics determined that rowdy behavior at sporting events made them inappropriate for women, and that it violated Islamic law for women to look at male strangers.
Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean, says the best way for Bolivia to get back on the path to growth would be better government policy
regarding international investors.
Voluntary Service Overseas Canada, Institute on Governance: Strengthening communities rights and empowerment, Bangladesh: to improve the lives of some of the most disadvantaged people in one of the poorest countries in the world, by building the capacity of local communities to participate in decision-making and ensure that poor people's voices inform and influence government policy
at national and local levels.
and program impacts on technology development, transfer and commercialization; international perspective.
Our efforts have changed the behavior of multinational corporations, shaped government policy
, and brought Americans safer, more nutritious food.
on deportation to Zimbabwe was in doubt last night after a failed asylum seeker won his appeal against Home Secretary Charles Clarke.
Xinhua Finance ceo Fredy Bush said that Washington Analysis "is looking at government policy
and how it impacts the markets from a more micro economic perspective.
Thomas takes an appropriately broad view of his subject, including in his definition of protest "all liberal, left-liberal, social democratic, or socialist organizations, coalitions and individuals engaged in oppositional activity outside the parliamentary process that took a critical stance toward the parliamentary system, parliamentary parties, or government policy
," while stopping short of terrorist strategy and armed acts (p.