Asked for her comment on losing the top job three months ago, former Prime Minister Julia Gillard affirmed that losing the power was like being hit with a fist.
Not only the loss is felt emotionally and physically, but in all moments of acute distress and in your nerve endings also.
She wrote in an article that some of her colleagues were also going through the same phase. Since, they also lost the re-election the previous week.
The latest reports suggest that former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi spent $25 million on bunga bunga parties. The prosecutors have leveled charges against Mr. Berlusconi that he paid dozens of women to sleep with him.
Politics is a dirty game where everyone wants to win and nobody wishes to lose. During the recent voting session, Governor Andrew Cuomo, has tried to bring the focus of the electorates to analyze the bloated administrative lines in the school budgets.
The charge of keeping the opposition MPs in the dark, regarding coalition’s announcement of a new immigration policy, is being denied by Senior Liberal Scott Morrison. This had come up as a modified approach to get strict over the boat arrivals; but due to lack of consultation, there are many members within the coalition ranks, who are criticizing the same.
A Senior Minister in Britain's new coalition Government admitted that he had claimed tens of thousands of pounds (dollars) in taxpayers’ money and has thus resigned on Saturday. He’d alleged this money in order to pay rent to his long-term partner.
It had only been a month that he’d served as the Chief Treasury Secretary and he now would like to step down. He’ll be now substituted by fellow Liberal
New Zealand's Trade Minister Tim Groser and Commerce Minister Simon Power ruled out any possibility of unilateral decline in any tariffs until 2015, adding that tariffs would be reviewed after six years based on the conditions at the ground level.
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