The New Party to Give Everyone Shares in Their Country

The New Party proposes to heal our two tier society and give everyone a decent start in life by issuing shares in the country as a birthright. It has often been stated that, in a democracy, the people are sovereign; however, the New Party proposals will put this concept into practice by giving each and every one of us physical shares in the nation, the value of which will vary in accordance with the economy.

British Library Chooses Percussion Software’s Rhythmyx ECM Solution

In the week that celebrates the 250th anniversary of the first publication of Dr Samuel Johnson’s Dictionary of the English Language, Percussion® Software today announces that the British Library has chosen Rhythmyx™ Enterprise Content Management (ECM) solution to help modernise and restructure the organisation’s website. Percussion’s Rhythmyx will be deployed to manage content across the organisation’s key sites. The British Library will consolidate several of its web offerings onto a single Rhythmyx platform which will be used to manage its popular learning site as well as the main British Library corporate site (

New Party to use General Election to Showcase New Policies-Press Release 11 April 2005 - Immediate

The 2005 election will provide a test bed to establish whether or not the electorate have become sufficiently concerned about the future of their country to give serious consideration to ideas which challenge established thinking. The New Party will announce three major policies each week over the election period along with sufficient background information to stimulate informed debate.


Former homeless person and former drug addict, Jamie McCoy, has launched his own platform for homeless people to make their views known. Jamie’s Big Voice weblog will give a commentary on the General Election campaign, challenging candidates to participate and giving homeless people the chance to express their opinions.

Major Law Enforcement Agencies Offer to Act as Beta Test Sites for LEA Stun Pistol

Law Enforcement Associates Corporation (LENF), a surveillance and security technology company, today announced that after introducing the MP1 STUN PISTOL(TM) at the March 23rd and 24th Trexpo Exposition in Long Beach, California, a number of major law enforcement agencies have offered to act as beta test sites for the LEA STUN PISTOL(TM). Prior to its formal release at the Trexpo Exposition, a number of other large national and international law enforcement agencies had already offered to act as beta test sites for the new LEA STUN PISTOL(TM).

Strategy X Inc. Receives Federal Government Certification Through Its Recent Corporate Commercial an

STRATEGY X, Inc., (OTC.PK: SRGX), homeland security specialists, is pleased to announce that the Company has received their CAGE Code through Central Contracting Registration (CCR) and is now listed along with all U.S., Canadian and NATO companies with a CAGE Code. CCR is the primary vendor database for the U.S. Federal Government. A CAGE Code is a five (5) position code that identifies companies certified to do business with the Federal Government.

Law Enforcement Associates Successfully Introduces It's Production, Less Lethal STUN PISTOL at the T

Law Enforcement Associates Corporation (OTCBB: LENF), a surveillance and security technology company, today announced that it has unveiled the LEA STUN PISTOL(TM) with FMT(TM) Technology at the Trexpo Conference, Long Beach CA. The LEA, production STUN PISTOL(TM) which will be sold only to law enforcement for $299.00 is being demonstrated along with LEA's full line of products at the TREXPO show.

Veteran Turend Author Gets Even With the Army

Announcement of the recent publication of Army Daze, a collection of memoirs of a US Army veteran who served in cold-war Germany from 1957-1959 highlighting the lifelong benefits and rewards of military service. As a result, this book does more for positively impacting Americans' attitudes toward the draft, the army and the US military than any government issued literature ever could.

Doing Politics Online: eDemocracy and young people

The Hansard Society and VoxPolitics are holding an innovative public meeting bringing together young people, parliamentarians and experts in eDemocracy and Citizenship to examine young people’s use of the internet to engage in politics and political debate.

Audit shows that public is frustrated in desire to have a say

A new report published today shows that whilst most people have a strong aspiration to have a say in how the country is run, many doubt that political participation is the best way to do so. According to The Electoral Commission and Hansard Society’s second annual Audit of political engagement, two-thirds of the public (67%) want to have a say in how the country is run, but only 27% at the moment feel that they do have a say.

SSDC Introduce Stealth Tax Licensing Fees

Licence Fee increases following the SSDC meeting on Friday 18 February 2005 were today criticised by Ian Jenkins, Conservative Prospective Parliamentary Candidate for the Yeovil Constituency, as grossly excessive and wholly disproportionate to any cost increases likely to be incurred by the Council.