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Kyle Turner

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  1. Government and Politics HELP needed URGENTLY!

    I have a mock exam tomorrow and i'm struggling to understand the questions, i have the questions early as its a mock exam but i am still struggling to understand what i have to write, if theres any politics students out there could you please help me lol ;-)

    Extract-

    The Role of an MP

    An MP has many roles. At the most basic level, an MP is a representative; but who or what, does an MP actually represent: constituency, party, sponsor, pressure group? MPs are elected under party labels although the primary relationshop is between MP's and their constituencies. Often this is unproblematic, as when MP's raise constituency matters at prime minister's questions. At other times, however, it may cause a conflict of roles for MP's. For example, many Labour MP's were opposed to the Iraq war, as were their constituents, whereas the party leadership supported it. On this, and other issues such as student tuition fees, many Labour MP's refused to toe the party line. When an MP acts in this way there is a possibility that s/he may lose the party whip. Others voted with the party leadership and ignored constituency pressures.

    Question 4: Explain the term Prime Minister's questions used in the extract. (5 Marks)

    Question 5: Using your own knowledge as well as the extract, explain why the threat of losing the party whip will usually persuade MP's to 'toe the party line'. (10 Marks)

    Question 6: 'Parliament's most important function is to scrutinise and challenge the government, not maintain it in office until the next general election.' Discuss. (25 Marks)

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    Any information would be much appreciated especially on the 10 Mark and 25 Mark questions :) lols fnkx in advance ;-)

  2. Re: GCSE Maths Exam 2010

    That was easy wasnt it

    £40 split 2 : 3

    40 divided by 5 equals 8' date=' 2 times 8 equals, 3 times 8 equals

    £16 for the girl

    £24 for the boy

    16 + 24 = 40

    that was the question we got[/quote']

    Lol :) thanks mate :) Nd i've blaitantly failed lol:/ I put 15:25 lmao arghhh ! but all the other stuff i got, so hopefuly it evens its self out lol

  3. Re: GCSE Maths Exam 2010

    I did the terminal paper today' date=' some bits I couldn't do but most of it was pretty good for me.:D[/quote']

    Ah :) I'm sure you did great mate :) I've never understood any ratios stuff lol ! Even the basics, do you?

  4. Hi I'm Kyle - Many of the older forumers may know me!

    I'm in my last year at school and i have the 'OF MICE AND MEN' book to read in only several days - I'm not much of a reader you see:P

    I hear you can download audio books which i can just listen to, however, i'm not sure if any of these are free for me to listen, i've looked around a fair bit, and so far... Nothing. Also i need this to be FREE

    Could anyone help??????????

    I havent been on here in a while, so if i have posted in the wrong section, i'm very sorry forumers:):D

  5. Re: HOMEWORK THREAD

    Its been a while since I've done Maths but I'm pretty sure its n=x+3

    Might be wrong though' date=' as I said, its been a while.

    EDIT: Clerarly was wrong, answer is D[/quote']

    But how do you get D m8 ????????

    NO WORRIES CHEERS ROMANO!! REEEEEEE

  6. Re: HOMEWORK THREAD

    3?

    Dunno if thats what its mean to be as i dunno what nsh is?

    mate, it's all algebra, i know the difference is three each time lol thanks though

    the options are, it's multiple choice lol

    3N+2

    A

    2N-3

    B

    3N

    C

    3N-2

    D

    OR

    2N

    E

  7. Re: HOMEWORK THREAD

    NEED A BIT OF HELP I'VE GOT A RE-SIT FOR TOMORROW!! MATHS:)

    Could some one please explain the arithmetic sequence to me and how to find the 'nth' term

    Here is the sequence:

    1, 4, 7, 10, 13

    I may look stupid but i don't care:D

    Please some body help

    AS SOON AS POSSIBLE ALSO CALLED (*ASAP*)

    Thanks

    Kyle Turner

  8. Re: Some Players Who Are Not On The DB

    Right, lads this lad isn't nothing special.. Just one playing in Japan that needs to be added to the database.. If he is under as a different name i don't know but i can stand being corrected and admit defeat lol.:)

    Orhan Ademi is a Macedonian midfield player currently playing for SCR Altach in Austria.. Orhan Ademi made his debut in the 2008/2009 team season with SCR Altach as well as making one sub appearance making a grand total of 80 minutes. Orhan is a big lad and stands at 6 foot 2 inches lol. Was born on the 28th October 1991 making him 17(i think lol.) At only 17 Years of age Orhan Ademi has surely got more in his locker and could clock up some game time in the 09/2010 season. If anything significant happens wid this player i will update and quote my first post.

    Thanks.

    Kyle Turner.

    Ps: Sorry if already been mentioned.... i am really busy.

  9. Re: Nasri or Silva

    David Silva all day long in my opinion

    plus nasri has just broke his leg so cud be out for sumtime and may affect his rating

    Yeah i would definitely buy Silva if you can get him mate.. I think Nasri will struggle to keep 92 with a broken leg.. sm might be leiniant and keep him at 92 but depending on when the English changes are done i think Nasri will drop to 91. Silva m8.

  10. Re: 20 Million to spend

    my first signing would be davide santon if you can get him mate, if it's an old setup i guess he will already have been brought.. Asenjo is a good punt m8. Bojan is a definite just depends if you can get him or not. Kieran Gibbs from Arsenal also looks like a good buy but maybe needs a loan move away from Arsenal to get games as Clichy is only 23 or so himself.

    Thanks.

    Kyle Turner

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