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"To the same extent, when you are in government or in the government party, if you want something done you go initially to the minister but you follow it up by going to civil servants."These are the issues that I don't think are widely known. His main concern is that many people will not get the comfortable retirement he has as the terms and conditions of pensions worsen.Ure says the three-piece approach is a lot of fun and adds colour, texture and depth to each songs essential elements a distinctly different approach to his solo tour here in April 2015.Weve played some wonderful shows around Europe and the United States, and I cant wait to bring the band Downunder for our Kiwi friends.THREE newly elected SNP MPs were so surprised they had won their seats last May that they very nearly resigned straight away.That, at least, is the claim from one of the Labour members that the new generation of nationalists replaced in the 2015 general election.The setlist stretches right back to 1977 with punk supergroup the Rich Kids, through to Visage (Fade to Grey), and the many hits of Ultravox gems like Vienna, Dancing With Tears In My Eyes, Reap The Wild Wind and many more.
PRESS RELEASE: Midge Ure and band confirm career-spanning NZ tour Plus1 proudly presents UK legend Midge Ure performing seven shows around New Zealand in March 2017 as part of his retrospective Something From Everything Tour covering 40 years of his influential music.
He said it was "not about me, but about politics and politicians and about how to lobby and how to deal with ministers, civil servants".
He added: "I was a Nalgo official when I realised that you did not go to councillors if you wanted something done.
Mr Donohoe, 67, stressed the Nationalists are not the first to be caught out with what accidental MPs, candidates elected after a stronger than expected showing.
Back in 1997 - when Labour, like the SNP in 2015, got 56 MPs - Mr Donohoe says he had the job of keeping two new Labour MPs in the Commons.
And he reckons this favours his party's auld enemy, the Tories.