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Tory rebels force Cameron to abandon promise to pass law on spending 0.7% of GDP on foreign aid

Bangla Sanglap Desk

David Cameron has dropped his pledge to enshrine the Government's commitment to aid spending in law after failing to convince Tory MPs. The Prime Minister wanted to make it legally binding for Britain to spend 0.7% of the country's income - around £1 in every £142 - on foreign aid. But Nick Clegg revealed this morning that Mr Cameron had failed to win round his own MPs and will not include the bill in the Queen's Speech next Wednesday. David Cameron has consistently backed increased spending on foreign aid insisting that the Government would not 'balance the books on the backs of the world's poor' - but has backed down in the face of growing Tory resistance David Cameron has consistently backed increased spending on foreign aid insisting that the Government would not 'balance the books on the backs of the world's poor' - but has backed down in the face of growing Tory resistance Nick Clegg shrugged off last week's disastrous council and European

election results to come out fighting for a legally-binding commitment to foreign aid spending this morning Nick Clegg shrugged off last week's disastrous council and European election results to come out fighting for a legally-binding commitment to foreign aid spending this morning The Deputy Prime Minister said: 'The commitment to spend 0.7 per cent of our nation’s wealth on aid, and also to enshrine this in law, will be in the Liberal Democrats’ manifesto. 'As of last year, we are spending 0.7 per

cent, and that is a huge achievement. 'It’s an open secret that the Liberal Democrats wanted to take the additional step of legislating – which is why it’s in the Coalition Agreement. 'As you know we have not been able to convince our Coalition partners to do that, but the Liberal Democrats have not given up – we are going to keep pushing to get 0.7 per cent into law.'

More... Britain does not need to build ANY new wind farms to hit green targets, David Cameron's chief climate adviser claims Row over Scottish independence grows as Treasury warns it will cost every Scot £1,400 a year - but nationalists claim it will make them £950 better off Et tu, Vince? Cable's best friend revealed to be behind putsch to topple Clegg: Lord Oakeshott paid for opinion poll which said he would lead party to disaster A senior Lib Dem source blamed the decision to drop the aid pledge on Tory MPs. He said: ‘It is no secret that this was not a popular policy on the backbenches

of the Conservative party and we were very keen on it. ‘It was in our manifesto and in the coalition agreement. Some at the top of the Conservative party still remain convinced it’s the right thing to do, but it won’t be in the Queen’s Speech.’ Tory MP Peter Bone welcomed the decision to drop the planned legislation, but said the aid budget should also be cut. Mr Bone said: ‘I am delighted that we are dropping the idea of fixing this ridiculous target in law but we are still

spending far too much. ‘At a time when virtually every other government department is having to drastically cut back their budgets we are spending billions more on aid in order to meet an arbitrary target that is nothing more than a sticking plaster. We shouldn’t be shovelling money out of the door at the end of the year in order to meet a target – it should be based on need. ‘And if we really want to help the world’s poor the single biggest thing we could do is open up trade, but the EU blocks that to protect French farmers. Mr Clegg reveled that the Government would be dropping the aid target in a speech this morning on International Development. The Deputy Prime Minister lashed out at the 'myths' that had developed around aid spending. Mr Clegg said: 'The British public believe that around 20 per cent of all the money the UK Government spends in a year goes on foreign aid. 'In reality, we spend 0.7 per cent of our nation’s income. That in itself is an historic achievement - we are now the first of the world’s wealthiest countries to meet this long-held promise.' 'It is still a lot of money. But, to put it into some kind of perspective, it’s less than what we spend on takeaways every year.' Deputy PM Nick Clegg said the Lib Dems will make it a manifesto commitment to make aid spending legally binding Deputy PM Nick Clegg said the Lib Dems will make it a manifesto commitment to make aid spending legally binding He said it was not true the cash was used to 'line the pockets of corrupt officials overseas'. Mr Clegg said: 'It’s simply not the case that people’s taxes are frittered away, wasted on irrelevant projects or problems we cannot solve.'

The Deputy PM added: 'The things we do with this money are also clearly in Britain’s own interests too: making our people safer and more prosperous. 'When Pakistan can’t prevent young men getting radicalised and trained by militants within its borders, that can lead to terrorist attacks on our streets. 'When Somalia can’t tackle the problem of piracy, it disrupts the trade routes of UK businesses.' He said: 'So let the aid sceptics – UKIP and others on the right - continue to campaign against these efforts. Their cynicism is, I believe, out of step with our national interest and with the compassion we feel as a country towards those who are suffering elsewhere. 'They might want to sneer at the generosity of the British people. I lead a party that believes we should celebrate it.' Mr Clegg said there were 'millions that still have to live on less than £1 a day'. He said he disagreed with those who say we should leave Nigeria - Africa’s richest country to 'sort out its own problems'. Mr Clegg said: 'One in ten of the world’s poor now live in Nigeria. One in six of the world’s children not in school are in Nigeria. 'The situation is particularly bleak in the North, where living conditions are as tough as in any warzone. Targeted attacks by Boko Haram on vaccination centres threaten a polio epidemic across the region. And just last week, the country was hit by a wave of bombing attacks. 'What Nigeria shows us is that you can’t judge a country’s progress by its economic statistics alone.' He said he did not back a rule to 'arbitrarily cut off our help when a country hits a certain GDP target'.


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Here we go again: Police surround squalid and germ-ridden Calais camp as they prepare to remove another 800 immigrants waiting to get to Britain

Bangla Sanglap Desk

Squads of French riot police today smashed up and then bulldozed three illegal camps full of UK-bound migrants in Calais. There were brief scuffles as the armed officers wearing body armour and carrying plastic shields moved in shortly after 8am. ‘Our orders are to get rid of the tents and order makeshift structures, and to evacuate those living in them,’ said a gendarme officer at the scene. Scroll down for video Squads of French riot police today smashed up and then bulldozed three illegal camps full of UK-bound migrants in Calais Squads of French riot police today smashed up and then bulldozed three illegal camps full of UK-bound migrants in Calais There was little resistance as the

police and a few dozen activists demonstrating against the rough treatment of the migrants There was little resistance as the armed officers wearing body armour and carrying plastic shields moved in shortly after 8am, but as the clear-outs continued, there were scuffles between police and a few dozen activists demonstrating against the rough treatment of the migrants The official reason for the clearance was to prevent an outbreak of the contagious skin disease Scabies from spreading. But local prefect Denis Robin said he also wanted to prevent the creation of another ‘Jungle’ – the name of a similar illegal camp bulldozed in 2009. Some camp dwellers barricaded themselves into makeshift huts, goading the police massing outside. Representatives of human rights groups also booed officers as they deployed

armed officers wearing body armour and carrying plastic shields moved in shortly after 8am, but as the clear-outs continued, there were scuffles between police and a few dozen activists demonstrating against the rough treatment of the migrants There was little resistance as the armed officers wearing body armour and carrying plastic shields moved in shortly after 8am, but as the clear-outs continued, there were scuffles between police and a few dozen activists demonstrating against the rough treatment of the migrants Police move 800 immigrants from squalid conditions in Calais There was little resistance as the armed officers wearing body armour and carrying plastic shields moved in shortly after 8am, but as the clear-outs continued, there were scuffles between

around the camps. Some camp dwellers meanwhile barricaded themselves into makeshift huts, goading the police massing outside Some camp dwellers meanwhile barricaded themselves into makeshift huts, goading the police massing outside A bulldozer destroys the immigrant camp in Calais this afternoon A bulldozer destroys the immigrant camp in Calais this afternoon A group of around 20 people who pushed and shoved the police were mainly student activists A group of around 20 people who pushed and shoved the police were mainly student activists But by midday, the litter-strewn camps were being crushed into the ground by bulldozers.

Showers and medication were laid on for the hundreds of migrants who lost their temporary homes, but there were no arrests, said Mr Robin. A group of around 20 people who pushed and shoved the police were mainly student activists. As well as the ‘deplorable hygiene’ conditions, Mr Robin said many of the migrants were ‘at the mercy of people smugglers’ offering to take them to Britain for cash. 'Our orders are to get rid of the tents and order makeshift structures, and to evacuate those living them,' said a gendarme officer at the scene 'Our orders are to get rid of the tents and order makeshift structures, and to evacuate those living them,' said a gendarme officer at the scene There are fears that there will be a repetition of the so-called 'The Jungle', an infamous camp which was destroyed in 2009 after becoming a magnet for migrants There are fears that there will be a repetition of the so-called 'The Jungle', an infamous camp which was destroyed

in 2009 after becoming a magnet for migrants There are currently up to 1000 migrants living rough in Calais, with up to 650 around the port area alone There are currently up to 1000 migrants living rough in Calais, with up to 650 around the port area alone 'Fragile members' of the migrant community, including children, will be allowed temporary accommodation in a holiday camp in the Pas de Calais, while adults can request 'emergency housing' 'Fragile members' of the migrant community, including children, will be allowed temporary accommodation in a holiday camp in the Pas de Calais, while adults can request 'emergency housing' Mr Robin insisted that the clear out would assist the most vulnerable migrants, allowing the sick and aged to get emergency health care. ‘Fragile members’ of the migrant community, including children, were allowed temporary accommodation in a holiday camp in the Pas de Calais, while adults can request ‘emergency housing’.


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'Lib Dems heading for disaster if they keep Clegg': Rebel peer Lord Oakeshott quits party and says his friend

Bangla Sanglap Desk Plotting peer Lord Oakeshott dramatically quit the Lib Dems today, with a parting shot that the party is 'heading for disaster' if Nick Clegg remains as leader. Facing the prospect of being kicked out for commissioning and leaking a series of damaging polls about Mr Clegg's leadership, Lord Oakeshott struck first by resigning with a warning that without a new leader the party is doomed. And he revealed that his friend Vince Cable knew about the polls several weeks ago, despite the Business Secretary yesterday claiming that paying for the research was 'utterly reprehensible'. But Mr Cable hit back - insisting he had 'absolutely no knowledge' of the polling in Mr Clegg's constituency. Scroll down for video Lib Dem peer Lord Oakeshott today quit the party, with a warning it faces disasters with Nick Clegg in charge Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg was ready to kick Lord Oakeshott out of the party Lib Dem peer Lord Oakeshott today quit the party, with a warning it faces disasters with Nick Clegg in charge Speaking in China, where he is on a trade visit, Mr Cable said: 'I was not involved in any commissioning of the surveys done in Sheffield Hallam and Inverness and, indeed, I criticised them very severely yesterday.' Mr Cable said Lord Oakeshott was a

long-standing friend, with a relationship running over more than 40 years. He said: 'I very much regret it has finished up in this way and I regret he has decided to leave the party. 'The information released to the press and commissioned about Sheffield Hallam and Inverness was damaging. I knew absolutely nothing about that, I was not involved with it in any way. I made that clear yesterday.' More... Revealed: How 9/11 terror attacks and immigration fears have fuelled a rise in racism in 21st century Britain Miliband asked to sum up his leadership in just one word waffles on for more than a HUNDRED (and we're still none the wiser) Et tu, Vince? Cable's best friend revealed to be behind putsch to topple Clegg: Lord Oakeshott paid for opinion poll which said he would lead party to disaster Detailing what he knew about the polls, Mr Cable said: 'Parties conduct polls all the time at national and local level. 'In this particular case, Lord Oakeshott asked my election campaign manager if we wanted a poll done in my local constituency, we said yes. HOW LORD OAKESHOTT DROPPED HIS OLD FRIEND CABLE CABLE IN IT Vince Cable condemned the 'inexcusable' polling', but he was told about it several weeks ago Vince Cable condemned the

'inexcusable' polling', but he was told about it several weeks ago Lord Oakeshott is an old friend of Vince Cable. In Westminster, for many years he was his unofficial spokesman, briefing journalists on his thinking and bolstering his position should a leadership vacancy arise. But as Lord Oakeshott stepped up his activity in recent months, Mr Cable has - in public at least - sought to distance himself from the briefings. When it emerged the peer paid for the polls to show Nick Clegg was leading the party to disaster, Mr Cable released a statement which appeared to suggest he knew nothing about it. Mr Cable said: 'Lord Oakeshott's actions are totally inexcusable and unacceptable. 'I have made it very clear repeatedly that he does not speak or act for me. 'Commissioning and publishing polls without the consent of the Member of Parliament, as is the case of Sheffield Hallam, is utterly reprehensible.' But today it emerged that Mr Cable helped write the questions for a poll in his own Twickenham seat - paid for by Lord Oakeshott. And he was told about the polling in Mr Clegg's Sheffield Hallam constituency 'several weeks ago'. 'It was a private, local poll done for general election planning, absolutely nothing to do with national leadership. 'I was aware he was conducting other polls around the country. I was told in general terms what the trends were. 'But I had absolutely no knowledge, and was certainly not involved in any commissioning of surveys done in Sheffield Hallam and Inverness and criticised them very severely yesterday.' The Lib Dems have been plunged into crisis by dire local election results and losing 11 out of 12 MEPs in the

European Parliament. Mr Clegg has refused to resign, insisting it would not help the party’s prospects if it descended into a leadership contest with less than a year until the general election. An ICM opinion poll leaked this week suggested Mr Clegg could lose his own seat at the general election. In a unrepentant statement today, Lord Oakeshott admitted he paid for the polling to be carried out, and urged the party to ditch Mr Clegg in favour of a woman. He said: 'I am today taking leave of absence from the House of Lords and resigning as a member of the Liberal Democrats. I am sure the Party is heading for disaster if it keeps Nick Clegg; and I must not get in the way of the many brave Liberal Democrats fighting for change.' It came just hours after Mr Clegg threatened to kick the peer out of the party when Parliament returned next week, but Lord Oakeshott resigned instead. A senior Lib Dem source said: 'He has tried and failed to destabilise the leadership. He knew what was coming to him and jumped before he was pushed.' The row centres on Lord Oakeshott's decision to commission the pollsters ICM to carry out surveys in key Lib Dem areas, to prove Mr Clegg was damaging the party. The details were then leaked this week, as calls were growing for Mr Clegg to go. Mr Cable said it was 'utterly reprehensible' to commission a poll in an MP's seat, without their knowledge. Now Lord Oakeshott claims he told Mr Cable about his poll 'several weeks ago' - but Mr Clegg knew nothing about it until it was leaked to a newspaper this week.

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In support of the borough wide ‘No Place for Hate’ campaign, Tower Hamlets’ faith and community groups, the council and police united in opposition to Britain First visiting the borough.

There was no impact on the strict elections processes, developed by the council, the police and the Electoral Commission, which were designed to ensure a free and fair voting process for the borough’s 183,400 electorate.

The group had attempted to walk along Brick Lane and distribute information leaflets on the polling day of the 2014 elections.

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Help is at hand in the run up to Ramadan for local Muslims to receive support in quitting tobacco before the holy month begins. The ‘Quit tobacco before Ramadan’ campaign is promoted weeks in advance – this year commencing June 28 – to ensure there is sufficient time to prevent nicotine cravings during the fast. Dr Somen Banerjee, director of public health at Tower Hamlets Council said: “Ramadan is an ideal time to start healthy habits. The health and financial benefits of quitting tobacco extend beyond a few weeks as you greatly reduce your risk of lung cancer, heart disease and stroke. Local stop smoking advisers will be available within the community for the next few weeks, but they are also available at any time for advice and support.” Tower Hamlets continues to have amongst the highest levels of smoking and smokeless tobacco use in London with over 45,000 adults continuing to smoke regularly. Smokeless tobacco is widely used in the South Asian community and is sometimes used along with other products such as paan, betel nut or shisha pipes. However, it is encouraging that smoking rates have continued to decrease in the borough. Tower Hamlets Council is helping

more people than ever to quit as over 1,400 people signed up to local services since April. The launch of the local campaign coincides with national World No Tobacco Day on May 31. Led by the World Health Organisation (WHO), the annual campaign is this year calling on countries to raise taxes on tobacco. Research shows that higher taxes are especially effective in reducing tobacco use among lower-income groups and in preventing young people from starting in the first place. The Quit Tobacco Before Ramadan campaign is delivered through collaboration of stop smoking advisers, imams, health trainers, health professionals and the Bangladeshi Stop Tobacco Project (BSTP) providing support on quitting tobacco. Dr Sam Everington, chair of NHS Tower Hamlets Clinical Commissioning Group and a local GP, urges members of the Muslim community to stop smoking and to seek support if needed. He said: “You can also access free NHS Stop Smoking services through your local pharmacy or GP practice. The service can offer you support that won’t break your fast. “I really encourage people of all ages to speak to your GP or pharmacy and take on the challenge of stopping smoking before and beyond Ramadan.”


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'Exam stress could kill me': Talented student with a chance to go to Oxbridge could die from pressure of last-minute cramming An aspiring Oxbridge student who suffers from a rare condition that stops her coping with stress fears the pressure of cramming for exams could kill her. Jennifer Lloyd's illness means instead of producing adrenalin to cope when she gets anxious, the 17-year-old's body reacts by shutting down her vital organs. She has had to begin revising for exams months in advance - in the hope she will banish any last minute cramming stress that could trigger her disease. Rare illness: Jennifer Lloyd, from Prestwich, Manchester, fears cramming for tests more than all of her friends - because exam stress could kill her Rare illness: Jennifer Lloyd, from Prestwich, Manchester, fears cramming for tests more than all of her friends - because exam stress could kill her Jennifer suffers from Addison's disease which leaves her in danger of suffering a medical crisis at times of stress. If she doesn't receive rapid treatment, she vomits, passes out or could die. The teenager, who is studying for her AS-levels, suffered a major attack that left her in hospital last summer when she was preparing for her GCSEs. And she has even been forced to turn down interviews for Oxbridge schemes because she fears the stress of studying at the worldfamous institutions away from home could be deadly. 'My son's head was cut from ear to ear and put back together like a jigsaw': Mother tells of 'miraculous' op to correct rare condition 'Man flu left me paralysed': Teacher is forced to learn to walk again after common cold left him comatose in hospital Jennifer, from Prestwich, Manchester, said: 'It's very tough when it gets to exam season as I have to balance my time perfectly. 'The illness leaves me very tired, so my mum often finds me asleep in my books while I've been studying. 'I know I can't let myself get unnecessarily stressed out, so I have to be much more organised than my friends. Addison's disease suffer Jennifer Lloyd studying hard in hospital for her upcoming exams +4 Addison's disease suffer Jennifer Lloyd studying hard in hospital for her upcoming exams Talented student Jennifer Lloyd was diagnosed with Addison's disease as a child after her mother Amanda, 51, noticed her craving salt on a family holiday to Malta Talented student Jennifer Lloyd was diagnosed with Addison's disease as a child after her mother Amanda, 51, noticed her craving salt on a family holiday to Malta

'The illness makes me very tired, so my mum often finds me asleep in my books while I've been studying' 'As a result I have a strict schedule where, if I do an hour of revision, I have to rest for two hours before doing any more. 'It means I can be short on time so I start preparing weeks in advance of everyone else to fit everything in. 'I have been offered the chance to go and view Oxford and Cambridge Universities as part of my college's Gifted and Talented students programme, which is such an honour - but I just don't feel ready to move away yet. The teenager with her mother Amanda: Instead of producing adrenalin to cope with stress, Jennifer's body reacts by shutting down her vital organs The teenager with her mother Amanda: Instead of producing adrenalin to cope with stress, Jennifer's body reacts by shutting down her vital organs ADDISON'S: A STRESSFUL DISEASE Addison's affects around one in every 15,000 people and is caused by a lack of steroid hormones in the body. These are normally produced by the adrenal gland, but damage can cause levels to drop. The disease is normally caused by the body's own immune system turning on the adrenal gland, but cancer and tuberculosis can also trigger the condition. The impact on the body can be significant. One steroid, called cortisol, is involved in controlling how much water there is in the body as well as helping to fight

inflammation. Another, aldosterone, regulates salt and water levels and blood pressure. Without properly-functioning adrenal glands the body cannot cope at times of stress - such as surgery, trauma or serious infection. The condition was discovered by Dr Thomas Addison in London in 1849. Jane Austen, John F Kennedy and Osama bin Laden are all thought to have been affected. Following Kennedy's assassination in 1963, pathologists found 'almost no adrenal tissue' according to an article in the Annals of Internal Medicine. Now patients are treated with cheap steroid tablets. 'My college has been incredibly supportive - my teachers know the danger signs and can call my mum straight away if they think I'm getting ill. 'After my first week at college, I wanted to quit because the stress of meeting so many new people was making me ill, but my mentor,

Beverley Jones, convinced me to stay, which I'm really grateful for.' Jennifer is gearing up for AS-level exams in psychology, geography, business and photography, at Pendleton Sixth Form College, knowing she has to prepare well in advance in case Addison's disease strikes. If she doesn't receive rapid treatment, the student suffers an Addisonian crisis where her eyes roll to the back of her head and she starts vomiting, requiring urgent hospital treatment. Now, after a decade, Jennifer is always prepared for when a 'crisis' hits, carrying a hydro-cortisone injection at all times - and she doubles her normal medication on the run up to important exams. She added: 'I want to be a child psychologist, but it's hard to study for exams because they're really stressful. 'I did most of my revision last year hooked up to a drip in hospital - my weight dropped to 5st10lb because my stomach stopped absorbing fats. 'I was thrilled when I managed to gain 10 A grades and two A*s though - all the stress paid off!' Jennifer was first diagnosed with Addison's 10 years ago after her mother, Amanda, 51, noticed her craving salt on a family holiday to Malta. She said: 'The first time we noticed any of Jennifer's symptoms was when we were on holiday - she was eating salt straight from the shakers on restaurant tables. 'The rest of the family went a bit pink from the sun too, but Jennifer went very brown - she looked like she'd had a terrible spray tan. 'When we got home, we took her straight to the doctor's for tests, and we discovered she was craving salt because her body wasn't retaining it. 'She was diagnosed with Addison's weeks later, and in many ways it was a relief to finally know what was wrong, but the condition is hard for us all to live with.' In 2004 Amanda started a charity, called Jenny's Pennies, which has raised ÂŁ17,000 for the endocrine department at Manchester Children's Hospital in appreciation of Jennifer's care.


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It’s time for Lutfur to return to Labour As for the allegation that he mixes with people who have nasty opinions, including a racist Saudi Imam, I totally agree with this criticism. However I haven’t asked for his view on this, and I don’t think those journalists have either. It might be more effective to deal with this type of thing though a quiet conversation that seeks to explain the concern, rather than by kicking someone out of the party and shouting allegations at him publicly.

Bangla sanglap desk It was Panorama what won it for Lutfur Rahman. The flagship TV show put considerable resources into an investigation which ultimately came up with nothing. However, rather than making that the story, that he had been wrongly accused, the Panorama team instead looked for a different angle, to portray him as a crook. They came up with the “abuse of power” story. He used a council newspaper as a propaganda sheet, but this propaganda sheet was produced by the Labour Party for years in the same way. Neighbouring Newham and Hackney also have such newspapers. Why not make a film about them? Lutfur presented this attack as further evidence of the racist conspiracy against him. It’s hard to pick holes in his argument. The problem for Lutfur is that the Labour Party expelled him without

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It is true is that he refuses to answer questions in the council chamber. I’ve seen this happen, but my interpretation was that he was refusing to answer questions because he had such contempt for the people asking, the Labour councillors who got him kicked out. My advice to Lutfur is that he would appear far more dignified if he answered the questions professionally. Lutfur should probably send a thank you note to Eric Pickles for sending in the police at the start of the election campaign, only for them to report a clean bill of health, shortly before the poll. Guess what, Lutfur presented that as more racism, and again it was a point that is difficult to defy. At the last election, Lutfur won because the Labour vote failed to come out, both the Bangladeshi and the white Labour vote. In this election, the turnout almost doubled and Labour got out the vote, but this time 90% of the Bangladeshis voted for Lutfur. So it was much more than just his own tribe. The Labour Party has missed many

opportunities to bring Lutfur and co back into the party. They must now consider this decision again. Lutfur made no mention of Labour in his acceptance speech. He listed his left wing achievements in office, and reminded everyone that this is the 2nd time he has won. In his press conference the next day, he didn’t rule out a return, and rightly said that the reason he has been unable to be more representative in his cabinet was because his offers to Labour councillors were rejected. Back in the days when Lutfur had first become Labour leader, he only knew the town hall and the Bangladeshi community. Cllr Marc Francis used to be his eyes and ears in the party business, which was a mistake because it allowed Lutfur to indulge his shyness, when he should have been building relationships himself. Lutfur was expected to make his leader’s report to the party’s General Committee and was so nervous about it that I thought he was like a schoolboy asking the girl at the bus stop for a date. That’s how inexperienced he was when all this controversy started to whirl around him. As long as the Labour party refuse to readmit him, then a cloud hangs over that man’s head as a constant defamation. I think the Labour party could do better than that. He is what we’ve wanted for years, a successful minority leader rising and take a position of authority and doing a good job with it. It’s time for Lutfur to come back.

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The Deputy Prime Minister said: 'The commitment to spend 0.7 per cent of our nation’s wealth on aid, and also to enshrine this in law, will be in the Liberal Democrats’ manifesto. 'As of last year, we are spending 0.7 per cent, and that is a huge achievement. 'It’s an open secret that the Liberal Democrats wanted to take the additional step of legislating – which is why it’s in the Coalition Agreement. 'As you know we have not been able to convince our Coalition partners to do that, but the Liberal Democrats have not given up – we are going to keep pushing to get 0.7 per cent into law.' More... Britain does not need to build ANY new wind farms to hit green targets, David Cameron's chief climate adviser claims Row over Scottish independence grows as Treasury warns it will cost every Scot £1,400 a year - but nationalists claim it will make them £950 better off Et tu, Vince? Cable's best friend revealed to be behind putsch to topple Clegg: Lord Oakeshott paid for opinion poll which said he would lead party to disaster A senior Lib Dem source blamed the decision to drop the aid pledge on Tory MPs. He said: ‘It is no secret that this was not a popular policy on the backbenches of the Conservative party and we were very keen on it. ‘It was in our manifesto and in the coalition agreement. Some at the top of the Conservative party still remain convinced it’s the right thing to do, but it won’t be in the Queen’s Speech.’ Tory MP Peter Bone welcomed the decision to drop the planned legislation, but said the aid budget should also be cut. Mr Bone said: ‘I am delighted that we are dropping the idea of fixing this ridiculous target in law but we are still spending far too much. ‘At a time when virtually every other government department

is having to drastically cut back their budgets we are spending billions more on aid in order to meet an arbitrary target that is nothing more than a sticking plaster. We shouldn’t be shovelling money out of the door at the end of the year in order to meet a target – it should be based on need. ‘And if we really want to help the world’s poor the single biggest thing we could do is open up trade, but the EU blocks that to protect French farmers. Mr Clegg reveled that the Government would be dropping the aid target in a speech this morning on International Development. The Deputy Prime Minister lashed out at the 'myths' that had developed around aid spending. Mr Clegg said: 'The British public believe that around 20 per cent of all the money the UK Government spends in a year goes on foreign aid. 'In reality, we spend 0.7 per cent of our nation’s income. That in itself is an historic achievement - we are now the first of the world’s wealthiest countries to meet this long-held promise.' 'It is still a lot of money. But, to put it into some kind of perspective, it’s less than what we spend on takeaways every year.'

Deputy PM Nick Clegg said the Lib Dems will make it a manifesto commitment to make aid spending legally binding Deputy PM Nick Clegg said the Lib Dems will make it a manifesto commitment to make aid spending legally binding He said it was not true the cash was used to 'line the pockets of corrupt officials overseas'. Mr Clegg said: 'It’s simply not the case that people’s taxes are frittered away, wasted on irrelevant projects or problems we cannot solve.' The Deputy PM added: 'The things we do with this money are also clearly in Britain’s own interests too: making our people safer and more prosperous. 'When Pakistan can’t prevent young men getting radicalised and trained by militants within its borders, that can lead to terrorist attacks on our streets. 'When Somalia can’t tackle the problem of piracy, it disrupts the trade routes of UK businesses.' He said: 'So let the aid sceptics – UKIP and others on the right - continue to campaign against these efforts. Their cynicism is, I believe, out of step with our national interest and with the compassion we feel as a country towards those who are suffering elsewhere.


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Irshad Liljan Memorial Academy (ILMA) (A free Educational institute only for orphan child) Islampur, Mejortilla, Sylhet-3100

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(To make the poor, orphan, neglected, deprived but talented boy and girls students self-reliant by imparting better education including information technology and religious education and to create opportunity for socioeconomic development.)

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Application closing date : 15/07/2014 Application post address: London – Issad Liljan Memorial foundation 130 whitechapel road,London E1 1JE

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Bangladesh : House no 25, road no 4, block A, Uposhohar,sylhet-3100 Md. Moshahid Ali Chairman Irshad Liljan Memorial foundation 130 whitechapel road,London E1 1JE


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