Throughout Captain Robert Nairac GC's short but illustrious career he was lauded by many, disliked by some, and often the subject of false allegations. The events on the night of his death were tragic – he was abducted, tortured and shot in a remote area near Ravensdale Forest. His remains have never been found. A myriad questions remain: Alistair Kerr has spent three years uncovering the answers to some of the mysteries that surround Robert Nairac, and in the process discovered an intricate web of secrets and lies.
The study of British Politics is very important. This book attempts to encapsulate much of what is taught in a Politics syllabus. It also includes other areas of politics, which students of British Politics might not consider important. To those studying law, history, business and citizenship – to name but four subjects – this book draws in aspects of your subjects and links them to the politics of the United Kingdom.
This text is aimed at higher education students and reflective mature readers who have an interest in the ideas of pioneering sociologists and social philosophers. The focus of attention is on three nineteenth century theorists, Henri Saint Simon, August Comte and Herbert Spencer.
This book answers some of the most challenging questions facing organisations in today’s competitive marketplace such as how to create a collaborative contract in a scalable and cost effective manner, how to maximise pre-contract savings, reduce contract spend, reduce business risks and costs, increase revenue without increasing the number of assets sold and increase profits without selling for a higher price.