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According to a report in The Telegraph today, Peers in Britainâ€™s upper chamber, The House of Lords, are to be permitted to use iPads...
...Now itâ€™s been causing trouble in the German Bundestag, or parliament. Free Democrats Backbencher Jimmy Schulz kicked off the furore when he...
...Kingdom almost $1.49 million.
However, not everybody in the Parliament agreed with this, such as Chi Onwurah and Shadow Cabinet Office...
...has made national news in the UK, with Conservative member of parliament Nigel Mills apologising “unreservedly” for being caught playing Candy...
Parliament + Dignity = oxymoron
I needed a good laugh :D
May 9, 1901: Australia opens its first parliament in Melbourne.
May 9, 1927: The Australian Parliament first convenes in Canberra.
The dignity of parliament........ptui!
The iPad didn't crash, he just pressed the wrong button :)
German is more simple (in this case only). But: "Pavianhorde" is boring, compared to a "parliament of baboons". :-)
In 1647 on January 30 - Scots agree to sell King Charles I to English Parliament for Â£400, hmm....
I concur ;)
Today in 1975 - Canada's national legislative assembly, Parliament, passes an act making the beaver the official symbol of Canada.
Personally, this seems pretty dumb that one cannot freely use their iPad in the German Parliament, but then again... what do I know? :)
My pleasure. :)
Not only the Houses of Parliament and Westminster Abbey.
The Provincial government is called the provincial legislature and the building is called the legislature building.
...doubt summer is now being enjoyed there. I believe Canada has a Parliament. In Saskatchewan would you also call that building your Parliament...
Parliament gates in Ottowa? I don't want to be the next challenger please? Just in the very VERY rare chance I'm right? It looks like the one in...
Today in 1871 - Canada's Parliament passed an Act to create uniform currency; sets denominations of currency as dollars, cents and mills.
How about. . . A Promise of Barmen. Perhaps a Blackening of Shoemakers or a Superfluity of Nuns?
...to re-establish the Monarchy under conditions laid down by Parliament.
One of the other constitutional niceties I'm aware of is that the...
...marks the 50th anniversary of the Canadian flag, which was raised for the first time on February 15, 1965 at local noon on Parliament Hill in...
...Scifan? Do they prefer it to changing the time twice a year?
Parliament here has been debating on and off whether to keep to BST all year...
A few buildings along Ringstraße
Austrian parliament building
Burgtheater - the entrance
Ahh . . . collective nouns. My favorite is a Murder of Crows. Perhaps a Drunkenship of Clowders or a Parliament of Owls.
May 31, 1859: The clock tower at the Houses of Parliament, which houses Big Ben, starts keeping time.
...presented with new iPhone 4 by Jobs...the German puritanical parliament in all seriousness discusses whether digital devices will destroy its...
...collective noun for a group of baboons?
Believe it or not, A Parliament!
Yup.....a Parliament of Baboons!
Pretty much explains...
It's a British Â£2.00 coin, commemorating the Act of Parliament which abolished the slave trade in 1807, issued in 2007....
Correct on all counts,Admiral. The Manitoba legislature building is also built of Tyndall stone.
Over to you,Admiral.
...letters and got the answer,the Lynton and Lynmouth Cliff Railway.The number 1888 is the year that the company was established by act of Parliament.
...point when I took it:
Here's the other side:
And the one I posted before - Houses of Parliament and Westminster Abbey:
Lol.....I think you just may be right! ;)
Lol....you're right too! pavianhorde just doesn't have the same ring to it! :D
...central London. The Buckingham Palace - Trafalgar Square - Parliament Square triangle. I hope we don't vanish! LOL
Om about to sign off to...
It's also been used in the construction of the Canadian Parliament Buildings in Ottawa and the Saskatchewan Legislature building in...
It has always been my understanding that Elizabeth ll, during her Coronation, swore to carry out the duties of the Queen for as long as she lives....
...a group of baboons?
Believe it or not ……. A Parliament
YEP....A PARLIAMENT OF BABOONS!
Pretty much explains everything...
...gradually making the switch towards a paperless governance. The Parliament of Kenya is joining this trend as it plans on purchasing around 450...
The London Eye really gives you an excellent view of the Houses of Parliament and Westminster Abbey. Thanks for posting your latest photo instalment.
...the airport. However, the building you are asking about is the Parliament Building in Bridgetown. I don't know whether there's a post office...
That is what I understood also, did not know about Parliaments power of removal though. Has it ever been exercised?
..."long range" with, for example, rice paddy fields in London's Parliament Square or the algae green ocean at Rio de Janeiro?