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Iceland's new leaders to halt EU accession talks pending referendum Published 23 May 2013 Iceland's next prime minister, Sigmundur Gunnlaugsson, said Wednesday (22 May) that his cabinet intended to halt his country's accession negotiations, which
Vietnam leaders await confidence vote as congress opens Vietnam's parliament introduced the annual confidence vote requirement last November Vietnam's National Assembly has begun a month-long congress, which will include an unprecedented confidence
Telegraph columnist During the last century, the United Kingdom has had two prime ministers who have greatly influenced United States policy and culture. For many years the focus in history, public administration and business leadership classes has
The prime minister, finance minister and the entire cabinet gave the public a ringing slap in the face today." The Labor party leader continued, "The promises to change priorities and empower the middle working class seemed to melt away, and added to
University will honour former British prime minister Margaret Thatcher with a STG100 million ($A154.75 million) scholarship trust for future leaders. The Margaret Thatcher Scholarship Trust, backed by patrons including fellow former prime minister
An armed man has burst in the home of the leader of the right-wing Democrats for Strong Bulgaria party , DSB , and former Prime Minister , Ivan Kostov .
Margaret Thatcher with Ronald Reagan (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Where have all the leaders gone? That's the question I hear everywhere I travel at home and abroad. I can't answer the question, but it caused me to reflect on what makes a good leader.
Margaret Thatcher's chancellor for six years The former chancellor of the exchequer, Lord Lawson, has called for the UK to leave the European Union. Writing in the Times, he said British economic gains from an exit "would substantially outweigh the
Suggested Topics After the triumphant obsequies comes the pent-up rush of new biographies, "authorised" and otherwise. Charles Moore was appointed Lady Thatcher's official biographer in 1997, on condition that the book did not appear in her lifetime.
Iceland's centre-right opposition scored a clear victory in the island's parliamentary poll, allowing the two parties to kick off negotiations for a coalition government, a final count Sunday showed. The right-wing Independence Party was ahead in the