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#ge10 #ge2010 #election2010 Plethora of information ..

18/02/2010

Draft Policies have been updated and we just love Twaiter !

Our main policies are now linkable, and tweets are sent out regularly so you can see what they are !  Simples.

If you want to view or link to them, just use this handy table

Policy Area Short Link
Government Restructure http://bit.ly/Restructure
Benefits and Social Cohesion http://bit.ly/Policy02
Community Relations http://bit.ly/Policy03
Jobs and Welfare http://bit.ly/Policy04
Pensions and Older People http://bit.ly/Policy05
Third Sector, Charities and Voluntary Organisations http://bit.ly/Policy06
Business http://bit.ly/Policy07
Schools http://bit.ly/Policy08
Culture, Media and Sports http://bit.ly/Policy10
Defence http://bit.ly/Policy11
Foreign Affairs http://bit.ly/Policy12
Health & Social Care http://bit.ly/Policy13
Crime http://bit.ly/Policy14
Immigration http://bit.ly/Policy16
Justice and Democracy http://bit.ly/Policy17
Local & Devolved Government http://bit.ly/Policy18
Climate Change and Energy http://bit.ly/Policy19
Countryside Management http://bit.ly/Policy21
Environment http://bit.ly/Policy22
Housing http://bit.ly/Policy23
Transport http://bit.ly/Policy24
Treasury-Systems http://bit.ly/Policy25
Age, Civil & Criminal Responsibility Act http://bit.ly/ResponsibilityAct
Corporation Tax http://bit.ly/CorporationTax
Value Added Tax http://bit.ly/ValueAddedTax
Sales (or Purchase) Tax http://bit.ly/PurchaseTax
Inheritance Tax http://bit.ly/InheritanceTax
Stamp Duty (on Property Purchases) http://bit.ly/StampDuty
Changes to National Insurance http://bit.ly/National-Insurance
Education Funding Tax http://bit.ly/EducationTax
Income Tax http://bit.ly/IncomeTax
Individual and Household Tax Allowances http://bit.ly/TaxAllowance
Council Tax & Higher Earner Local Tax http://bit.ly/CouncilTax
Recreational Drugs Review http://bit.ly/DrugsReview
Boundary Reform http://bit.ly/BoundaryReform
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#ge2010 #election2010 FaceTwitter and TwitBook updates …

10/02/2010

I spent some time updating lists on the Twitter account yesterday ..

http://twitter.com/Third_Chamber/Election2010
http://twitter.com/Third_Chamber/PPC-Other
http://twitter.com/Third_Chamber/Publicity

I’ve tried to list the MP’s and political commentator Twitterers in Election2010 and the media in Publicity.  Carrying on with the theme … Prospective Parliamentary Candidates are in PPC-Other 🙂

At least the 3 main parties know about us now …

08/02/2010

“Hi, just thought I’d share some of my ideas for the upcoming election.

http://www.thirdchamber.org.uk is where the suggested policies reside, with some ideas on Tax reform too.

Subscribe to or follow the blog at https://thirdchamber.wordpress.com or http://thirdchamber.blogspot.com

You can follow us at http://twitter.com/Third_Chamber

this note has been left on the following pages on Facebook

Click on the “Just Fans” button on the particular wall to see it 🙂

New domain and a WordPress blog too …

06/02/2010

The domain http://www.thirdchamber.org.uk now points to this site, and we’ll be setting up Google to manage email and hosting soon.

To make our message available to the most people, we created https://thirdchamber.wordpress.com/ so search engines can find us more easily.  Using MS Live Writer, our posts will duplicated between all our services.

Third Chamber Blog and Website finished!

05/02/2010

Both the general website and the weblog for the Third Chamber have now been finished.

The most recent update is the Geographical and Boundary Review

General Website: http://sites.google.com/site/thirdchamber/
Blog: http://thirdchamber.blogspot.com/
Twitter: http://twitter.com/Third_Chamber

Feel free to follow us, view the proposals and leave us your comments.


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