There is a problem on a right of way near me, whom should I contact?
How do I find an independent consultant undertaking rights of way work?
I want to work in rights of way: what advice can you give?
Which authorities take on students for work experience or placements in rights of way work?
We have raised our concerns with our British siblings that their legislature proposes to interdict our decolonization and we have reiterated our narrative about our bioregional exchange.
If this is taken seriously, democracy must be by far the most challenging form of government - both for the politicians and for the people. Over and over again, history has shown that the process of building democracy is a very complicated one.
The winning entries will receive grants of up to £15,000 to run pilot projects to promote democratic engagement. Each project enables and assists people to discuss public issues and to influence government and local policy making in innovative ways.
We have appealed to their cultural sensitivity to show non-support for these socially divisive actions but they have been aurally inconvenienced and differently logical.
We must therefore consider them to be factually not dissimilar to all other non-aligned identity groups; partners during periods of stability and co-prosperity, involuntary combatants during the exercise of our legitimate foreign policy.
we propose to reclaim our executive franchise and expedite our decolonization from the cultural imperialism of the monarch of England and, as an autonomous entity, perform our regulatory, statutory and commercial perspectives, and in unambivalent cognizance of the preservation of our well being by the Supreme Deity/Deities/O of Ws etc we mutually interface our biological viabilities, temporary custodial advantages and individually perceived moral sufficiencies.
No is a cross party campaign which is in favour of membership of the European Union but opposed to joining the euro for the foreseeable future.
'no' aims to get across facts that the British public deserves to know.
China village election fever tests bounds of democracy
Hundreds of Chinese clapped and cheered their favourite candidates on Wednesday ahead of the election of a new village committee, creating a front line of democratic activism after a violent standoff over corrupt land grabs.