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an official or prescribed plan or course of action

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For more information on the Government Policy Department visit http://www.
If Michael Gove wants to turn some of his ideas into government policy he's entirely entitled to put that forward for wider discussion," he said.
British Government policy is to renew and restore the electricity generating capacity that this country needs, which was neglected under the last Labour Government.
It is not expected from a minister to comment on policies of other ministries, government policy and relations with foreign countries in public," Dwivedi said.
That promise has now been broken as a direct result of changes to Government policy priorities.
Under Iran's system of clerical rule, Khamenei has final say on all government policy.
Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean, says the best way for Bolivia to get back on the path to growth would be better government policy regarding international investors.
Government policy and program impacts on technology development, transfer and commercialization; international perspective.
As long as federal government policy is to ignore the seemingly intractable problem of illegal immigration, then it ought to pay the entire costs of its decisions.
Our efforts have changed the behavior of multinational corporations, shaped government policy, and brought Americans safer, more nutritious food.
GOVERNMENT policy on deportation to Zimbabwe was in doubt last night after a failed asylum seeker won his appeal against Home Secretary Charles Clarke.
Xinhua Finance ceo Fredy Bush said that Washington Analysis "is looking at government policy and how it impacts the markets from a more micro economic perspective.
Thomas takes an appropriately broad view of his subject, including in his definition of protest "all liberal, left-liberal, social democratic, or socialist organizations, coalitions and individuals engaged in oppositional activity outside the parliamentary process that took a critical stance toward the parliamentary system, parliamentary parties, or government policy," while stopping short of terrorist strategy and armed acts (p.
As well, in addition to market forces, such as the 1990's economic recession, greater introduction of technology, the migration of low-skilled, low-wage jobs, and the trend towards privatization and globalization, government policy changes to welfare rules, which affect accessibility and the value of the benefits, have also influenced "the positioning and effectiveness of the safety net by which governments seek to prevent children from the worst of poverty.
Beverley Prevatt-Goldstein, director of BECON, said: "We hope our members will benefit from the opportunity of listening to, and interacting with, important Government policy makers and having the chance of expressing their own community viewpoints.
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