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Centre- left parties on the ground and the EU
Isabelle Hertner

Labour MEPs are elected to sit on the NPF, where they can exert some influence. One survey respondent thus states: All policy, including European is formulated by the Labour Party’s National Policy Forum (NPF). All members are encouraged to participate in this process, by submitting proposals and amendments, as well as vote for representatives to sit on the Forum. The regional representatives take forward proposals from members in the [name of Euro-​constituency] to the NPF. Still, some Labour MEPs tried to involve their constituency in EU debates. For instance, the

in Centre-left parties and the European Union
League activism and class politics
Helen McCarthy

areas reliant on this industry. Local branches raised this issue from the late 1920s following the launch of the LNU’s Disarmament Campaign. According to the regional representative from Kent, dockyard towns needed ‘most careful handling or great antagonism will be aroused’, whilst a branch Secretary from Sheffield, a major centre of the arms trade, remarked upon how, at meetings addressing the subject of disarmament, ‘we are constantly reminded of the fact that Sheffield must suffer from increased unemployment if any serious reduction of armaments takes place’.84 The

in The British people and the League of Nations
Matt Treacy

elected at the Ard Fheis with the remainder elected by the Comhairle Ceantairs. However the motion was not taken and instead an amendment, proposed by Garland, to expand the Ard Comhairle to 25 with 12 regional representatives as well as the President, was passed. The election to the Ard Comhairle seemed to indicate that those in favour of changing electoral policy had the support of a majority of the delegates. Goulding topped the list, followed by Costello, Garland, De Burca and Mac Stíofáin. Johnston did not put his name forward although he had been reelected to the

in The IRA 1956–69
Tom Gallagher

, Athens, 19 May 2000. ‘Romania: Country Report on Human Rights Practices in Romania – 2007’. Gândul, 27 June 2007. Hotnews, 16 November 2007. Hotnews, 18 March 2008. Juan J. Fernandez Alonso, ‘Post-Accession EU Funds for Romania: Issues and Challenges’, 16 April 2007, (the author was the IMF’s regional representative in Romania)/(accessed 15 September 2007). Thomas Escritt and Stefan Wagstyl, ‘Romanian Boom Rings Economic Alarm Bells’, Financial Times, 22 November 2007. Hotnews, 5 November 2007. Hotnews, 18 March 2008. Capital (Bucharest), 4 November 2004

in Romania and the European Union
Open Access (free)
Geir Hønneland and Anne-Kristin Jørgensen

, but that the results are more uncertain. A major attempt by the Northwest Russian federal subject to gain influence in fisheries management was made in the early 1990s. Murmansk, Arkhangelsk and Karelia established fisheries departments under their regional administrations in 1993–94 and demanded a say in the quota distribution, then dominated by Sevryba, which, in reality, functioned as a regional representative of the State Committee for Fisheries. In late 1993, the Governor of Murmansk Oblast boasted about having reached an agreement with the Committee that the

in Implementing international environmental agreements in Russia
South Wales Miners’ Institutes
Robert James

the regional representative of the Miners’ Welfare Fund, Captain Mason, to cut costs by organising a united film booking scheme for Halls and Institutes failed to gain much support.70 Most Institutes were highly independent, and their members cherished (and indeed protected) that independence.71 However, while each Institute was self-governing, as far as film-booking patterns are concerned, similar arrangements were undertaken elsewhere. The minute books of Tredegar Workmen’s Institute, for example, reveal that the committee booked films from a mixture of American

in Popular culture and working-class taste in Britain, 1930–39
Niilo Kauppi

on a unified, republican France. A Europe was imagined where non-Christians, the unemployed, women and regional representatives would also have a public voice. In these ways, the elections contributed to a qualitative transformation of French politics. The European Parliament elections provided French intellectuals with an opportunity to wield power and reaffirm their role in the French and international public debate. As Pierre Bourdieu's case demonstrates, intellectuals play an important role in French politics: the politics of the street has always been an

in Democracy, social resources and political power in the European Union
Neville Kirk

per cent in 1983) and it had become a regional rather than a national political force. 73 As Labour’s internal reports from members of the National Executive Committee ( NEC ), parliamentary candidates, leading trade unionists and regional representatives made clear, its manifesto and its policies in general were frequently condemned by the voters for their ‘extremism’. 74 Yet the reasons for Labour’s failure went much wider and deeper than the question of policy alone. The formation and impressive early development

in Labour and the politics of Empire
Geoffrey K. Roberts and Patricia Hogwood

. Electoral systems The president of the republic is elected for a seven-year term of office by an electoral college made up of both chambers of Parliament and fifty-eight regional representatives. New electoral systems for elections to the Chamber of Deputies and the Senate were introduced in 1993. These symbolised the reform process in Italy and were hailed by some as the start of a new Republic. The Chamber of Deputies has 630

in The politics today companion to West European Politics
Thomas Hajkowski

­provided for regional programs, the relationship between the regions and Head Office were not unproblematic. At the beginning of the war, regional representatives showered Head Office with memoranda protesting the lack of regional representation in the programs,52 and intermittently continued to complain about a lack of adequate representation in the Home Service.53 As late as 1943 Percy Edgar, the Midland Regional Director, who had been with the BBC since the beginning, called for more “regional-mindedness” in the program departments in London, complaining “that

in The BBC and national identity in Britain, 1922–53