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In 2017, Elon Musk pitched both India and China to set up Tesla’s first electric car factory outside the United States. Even, in 2015, PM Narendra Modi visited the Tesla factory in California. However still, in the end, he chose to set up the Tesla Factory unit in Shanghai, China. OFFERS India had offered land near ports to set up a Tesla factory and an export base. While China offered that Tesla won’t have to share its profit or technology with them. Plus, it can build a factory in Shanghai’s Free trade zone, ,. See, China offering Tesla that it doesn't need to share its profit was a huge departure from its existing laws. According to its present laws, when a foreign firm comes into China, it is required to come by entering into a Joint venture with a local firm, ,. But to woo Elon, China bent the laws. COMPLAINS Elon Musk pointed out two reasons for choosing China over India. First was that the import duty in India is as high as 100% which would have made Tesla unaffordable, ,. Another reason was that the electric vehicle market in India is minuscule in relation to China. ATTITUDE When I read that China relaxed such a stringent FDI law just to attract Tesla (let me tell you that China didn’t do this even for giant automobile makers like General Motors and Ford Motors when they were coming into China), I learned that China would go to any extent to attract the firm, if it really wants that firm to come in China. In short, to attract FDI, India would do anything within its laws. But China would do anything, even if it demands to bend the laws. India can also do that but unfortunately, it is slow and sometimes even unresponsive to do so. OTHER OPTIONS India’s main Brahmastra to attract investment in the country is its cheap labor. However, it has to understand that this is also offered by many other Asian countries. Like Vietnam, Thailand, Taiwan, Indonesia, Malaysia, and the Philippines. So, it ,has to, offer something more solid rather than drumming the beat of increased in meaningless Ease of doing business ranking (which only considers Delhi and Mumbai). HOPE The recent changes in labor laws in some states like UP, MP, Punjab, and Gujarat, can help in attracting investment in the country. But again, this should be a permanent fix. Most firms are afraid to come to India due to the current volatile business environment. They live in a fear that they don’t know which new law the Government would pass tomorrow. So, the only hope we can have from the Government is that it will bring ,solid ,reforms ,soon, to create a conducive business environment. Because we can no longer fix cancer by putting bandage around it. * #StaySafe
The big difference between the two is that the UK system allows the "tyranny of the majority" while the US system only allows the "tyranny" of a massive supermajority. Either in practice is better or worse depending on your view of an issue. The UK system, because a Parliamentary majority is pretty much all-powerful, allows the law on anything to be changed quite easily. The US system allows specific rights to be created based on the text of the Constitution which cannot be removed by Congress. And the authoritative interpretation of the Constitution is the opinion of the Supreme Court, which is made up of 9 justices who each have their own views on what the text means. The Court has made many controversial, split decisions which resulted in striking down laws on gun control and campaign finance (Heller and Citizens United), as well as granting the right to abortion and gay marriage (Roe and Obergefell) - to name just four very controversial issues. I've picked these issues because most people will probably disagree with the Supreme Court's majority opinion on at least one of them so it illustrates the point that the US Constitution puts a lot of power in the hands of judges. In the British system, all those issues are decided by Parliamentary law. And anyone has a right to vote for their MP and write to their MP with their views on those issues. If you disagree with gay marriage or gun control, you can petition your MP to try to get the law on either of them changed (likewise if you agree with either of them). Under the US system, because the Supreme Court has ruled that they are Constitutional rights, you can't simply petition your Congressmen to change them. You would either need a massive supermajority to amend the Constitution, or wait until the justices leave the bench and eventually get a Supreme Court majority. So, the British system allows rights to be granted and denied much more easily than the American system. If you disagree with a Supreme Court ruling (for example, if you are against abortion or an individual owning a gun) you cannot easily get the law changed. The binding interpretation of the Constitution is that they are rights. But if you agree with the ruling, it's fairly safe as either a constitutional amendment or a change in the justices on the Court is required to reverse it - neither Congress nor the President can directly. So now that gay marriage has been ruled a constitutional right it could not be repealed by an Act of Congress, whereas in Britain it could be by an Act of Parliament. Which system is better depends on your view on any issue. And generally, whether you prefer guaranteed rights (even if they are sometimes rights you don't think should be there) or the ability to easily change the law.
Yes. The government is actively destroying the NHS whilst pretending to do the opposite - impossible to believe that they do not know what they are doing. The current dispute is not to be seen in isolation. Specifically - it is intended that doctors should work longer hours and yet the pay pot remains the same - nonetheless HMG claims to be offering an 11% pay rise. Goebbels would have been impressed, I am not. Here is something I sent to our local Tory parochial paper: Sir The complete destruction of the NHS is outlined in a 2005 book (ISBN 0-9550598-0-1)entitled ‘Direct Democracy – an agenda for new model party’. Jeremy Hunt,Secretary of State for Health is amongst the authors.* There is no ambiguity in the text and since 2010 that has been the clear direction of policy. All public services are for demolition and all are to be replaced by private provision. There is only ideological obsession underpinning this and there is abundant evidence of the harm that is caused. Spending is set to go down from ,6.5%, of GDP in 2012-13 to ,6.2%, in 2015-16 and is nowhere near the EU average. Thiscourse of action has been aided by the majority of the electorate in the Hexhamconstituency, though the manifesto made no mention of it. Cameron claims amandate on the basis of 26% of the electorate voting Tory. This arrogance andignorance brings new offences against reason and decency every day. The onlybeneficiaries are those who make off with hard working tax payer’s money in theform of bloated executive remuneration, dividends and so on – all tax that isnot spent on the patients as it should be Thejunior doctors are fighting for every citizen in the land. I urge everyone tosupport them and, if we are to have a country fit to live in, we must push theTories into the political wilderness forever. Don’t let the Tories have thisone – it really matters to us all Yourssincerely Steve Ford ex GP HaydonBridge *Douglas Carswell was elected MP for Harwich in 2005 and wasformerly a policy adviser to the Conservative Party and an investment manager. Paul Carter is a managing director and a former adviser tothe Conservative Party on business deregulation. Greg Clark was elected MP for Tunbridge Wells in 2005 andwas formerly Head of Policy at the Conservative Party and chief adviser to theBBC on commercial policy. Murdo Fraser has been a Member of the Scottish Parliamentsince 2001 and was formerly a solicitor. David Gauke was elected MP for South West Hertfordshire in2005 and was formerly a lawyer. Robert Goodwill was elected MP for Scarborough in 2005 andis a farmer and former MEP. Michael Gove was elected MP for Surrey Heath in 2005 and isa columnist for The Times. Andrew Griffith is a media consultant and was twiceConservative candidate for Corby. Daniel Hannan has been an MEP for South East England since 1999and is a leader writer for The Daily Telegraph and a columnist on The SundayTelegraph and Die Welt. Nick Herbert was elected MP for Arundel and South Downs in2005, is a founder member of the Countryside Alliance and was formerly Directorof the think-tank Reform and Chief Executive of Business for Sterling. Chris Heaton-Harris has been an MEP for the East Midlandssince 1999 and is a fruit and vegetable wholesaler. Adam Holloway was elected MP for Gravesham in 2005 and is aformer soldier and television journalist. Jeremy Hunt was elected MP for South West Surrey in 2005 andis the founder of a publishing business. Ed Howker is a freelance journalist and was formerlyDirector of Communications at the Centre for Policy Studies. Scott Kelly is amanaging director and Conservative policy adviser. Danny Kruger is a leader writer for The Daily Telegraph andwas formerly a policy adviser to the Conservative Party and Director of Studiesat the Centre for Policy Studies. Kwasi Kwarteng is a financier, former Conservative candidatefor Brent East and a Harvard Kennedy scholar. Brian Monteith has been a Member of the Scottish Parliamentsince 1999 and was formerly a researcher at the Centre for Policy Studies and apublic relations consultant. Brooks Newmark was elected MP for Braintree in 2005 and wasformerly a venture capitalist. Jesse Norman is a research fellow in philosophy atUniversity College London and was formerly a director of Barclays de Zoete Weddand a policy adviser to the Conservative Party. John Penrose was elected MP for Weston-Super-Mare in 2005and was formerly a publisher. Mark Reckless was twice Conservative candidate for Medwayand was formerly a policy adviser to the Conservative Party and an economist. Henry Smith is Leader of West Sussex County Council andformer Conservative candidate for Crawley.
There are approximately: Over 800,000 sworn-cops in the US. There were over: 1,000,000 SS members during WWII which included: Waffen SS Allgemeine SS RSHO SD Einsatzgruppen SSTV & SSVT During the whole war, there were more than 1,000,000 members. Not 800,000. However; some groups were fitted into each other as the war dragged on, along with documents being destroyed, making the number not accurate. The Waffen SS ,alone, would obliterate the police force. You may think I’m a Nazi sympathizer for saying that. I’m not. But let’s look at some facts: The Waffen SS had their own mechanized units which included armored half tracks with artillery pieces. They had their own Panzer Divisions, some of which were the Tiger Panzers that would make your state trooper Ford look like a Little Tikes Cozy Coupe. Mechanized crew, NCO’s, and Officers would be fitted with MP-38 & MP-40 submachine guns. And of course, let’s not forget the MG-42 that would turn a police cruiser into shreds of scrap metal. No, the police force does not stand a chance against the SS. While the SS would probably only need the Waffen SS to do the job, those helplessly adorable police officers will have to stick to their rifles, pistols, shotguns, and nightsticks. Even with outdated equipment, the SS would simply vaporize the police force as their outnumbered and just don’t have the proper equipment/training to take on Hitler’s forces.
An MP earns more than twice the average pay of a Brit, so by that definition there are none. If you mean “were working class before”, quite a few. Only this week Vicky Ford, the a Conservative, MP put through a bill to make post boxes be more than a certain height,. This is quite a minor thing unless you’re a postman but apparently causes serious back problems over time. As luck would have it, this obscure bill went before the house during the Brexit process and her speech recognised the ,remarkable, number of MPs who just happened to be there. She had worked with 3 MPs who’d been postmen on this, 2 Labour, one Conservative. Postman is pretty working class. Working class, is not well defined but you can easily get 100 who could be classed as such.
At Fort Polk, LA, I was a E-3 MP driving around a MP Captain during a fording exercise. A gasoline tanker caught fire and was destroyed, and being the only MP available they sent me to do a preliminary case on it. So, I went there, got a couple of pictures, and was taking a statement from the enlisted E-4 who witnessed the event. As he was starting writing his statement, a E-6 SSG came up, declared the E-4 had more important things to do and had to leave. I nicely informed the SSG that it would take just a few minutes and he would be done. The SSG kept at and insisted he had to go right then. After a few minutes of this, I informed the SSG that if he didn’t let him finish making his statement, I would handcuff the SSG and charge him with conduct unbecoming and interfering with a MP investigation….. As his mouth fell open, I then told the SSG to go PMCS the tanker for my report so I had a dollar value on what was lost. And made it a lawful order from a MP in the course of his duties. He closed his mouth and went and PMCS’d the tanker, and by the time he was finished, the statement was done. I wished him a nice day and let them both go. The Captain looked at me and asked if I could really do that, and I told him yep, I could. The funny thing was that particular Captain had been commander of the MP company just before I had arrived and had changed command with the new captain about a week before I got there. He didn’t even know what his MPs could do when necessary. I still have a picture of the tanker somewhere.
No. “Why are Tory MPs being told, by Tory whips, to gang up against Marcus Rashford... this is a footballer who wants to put food in kids bellies & Tories are ganging up on him... that's pathetic.”, ,Kay Burley, Sky News, 22 October 2020 - interviewing a government minister Most of the governing Conservative parliamentary voted against extended free schools meals until Easter 2021. This included the children’s minister Vicky Ford MP. These elected politicians excuses are pathetic. One Conservative MP said that extending free school means “nationalising children”. Another Conservative said that the parliamentary debate was intended to embarrass the government. Politicians had concerns that a celebrity was responsible for the school meals campaign. Another Conservative said that free school means would have untenable implications for public finances. These are all feeble excuses. The governing UK Conservatives unconditionally reject extending free schools to some children. The Covid-19 economic privations are disproportionately affecting poorer people with job losses, reduced income or reduced working hours. The government said it would do “whatever it takes”. Do it. I also suspect this yet another opportunity for the UK Conservative government to pick another needless fight. In this case, a footballer from Manchester from a working class background. Given recent events in the city, now I wonder how much the Conservatives are interested or supportive of many people in Manchester. Thank you for requested answer ,Dexter Roona,.
For Britain, the Thames is quite a long river: At its fount, you can step across it. ,Thames Head,: Nearby: In London, you can walk across at low tide and with nose held high. That’s because there is a natural ford at Westminster. I remember an MP walking across, to make the point (and win a bet). There used to be: ,Thorney Island (London), “ the ,eyot, (or small island) on the ,Thames,, upstream of medieval London, where ,Westminster Abbey,and the ,Palace of Westminster, (commonly known today as the ,Houses of Parliament,) were built.” London is the point where you could still cross the Thames in ancient times.
Question: “What is the craziest reason that a police officer pulled you over?” The year was 1970. I was in the army and stationed at Fort Campbell, Kentucky. And I was driving one of these on base. It was a 1962 Ford Starliner belonging to a friend. It had a 390 cubic inch V8 with a 4-barrel and a Ford-O-Matic transmission. It also had a slipping power steering v-belt. It was a nice spring Saturday morning. I was in no hurry. I was driving especially carefully as it was a friend’s car. As I pulled up to the intersection and came to a full stop I could clearly see the olive drab Ford with Military Police markings and a light on the roof. I even waved to the MP. I had just barely cleared the intersection when he lights up. What!? I pull over. This young MP comes up to my window and asks for my license and military ID. Could not be a speeding violation. I doubt I had gotten the Ford up to 15 mph in the width of the intersection. Maybe there was a tail light out on the borrowed car? Young cop asks the routine question: “Do you know why I pulled you over?” I honestly had no idea. “You squealed your tires at that intersection.” What? I had barely pressed the accelerator and, as I said, I doubt the Starliner had gotten up to 15 mph in the width of the intersection. If I ,had, done a burn out that 390’s 427 pound-feet of torque would have put two rubber stripes on the road and I would have hit 60 mph in 8 seconds and covered a 1/4 mile in 16! Kid MP says, “I heard your tires squealing.” Oh. That’s it! “What you heard was a squealing power steering belt!” I even show him. I put on the parking brake, put the Ford-O-Matic in Neutral, and pop the accelerator. “Sqeeeeeee.” Again, “Squeeee.” But the tires do not turn and car does not move an inch. “See?” In his rural accent the kid insists, despite all evidence, that I was squealing my tires. He “Heerd dit.” Writes me up. Cops!