Greater: Britain After the Storm
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An interesting read delving into British history, culture and our institutions with a plan of action on how we take Britain forward.Ideas put forward in the book include modernising the House of Commons. It argues that parliament should be improved to 'facilitate democracy' with the re-introduction of electronic voting and video conferencing. Both were used during the pandemic at great expense. It would allow MPs to spend more time in their constituencies, bringing politicians closer to their voters and helping to rebuild trust, she suggested. Christine McGuiness puts on a leggy display in a purple gown with a thigh high split as she attends The Disability Sports Awards in Leeds This is nonsense!': Grouchy Robert De Niro can't keep silent in first day of trial brought by ex-assistant accusing him of being an abusive boss
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