Office Politics: How work really works by Guy BrowningThis book does for the office what Never Hit a Jellyfish With A Spade did for the rest of life. It lets you into all the little secrets, tips and rules for surviving the office jungle. Office Politics explains in detail all the many reasons why you prefer lying under your duvet to sitting at your desk.
In the book youll learn all about:
- Bosses from hell, with egos even larger than their company cars.
- How office pot plants survive on a diet of cold coffee and furniture polish.
- How to avoid responsibility for work, pass the buck and take the credit all at the same time.
- What your favourite sandwich fillings say about you as a person.
- Tell-tale signs of office affairs and what to do if you think you might be having one.
Office Politics makes sense of all the things in office life that make no sense at all. So fill out your purchase order form, cancel all meetings and settle back for a read thats almost as hilarious as the MDs dancing at the Christmas party.
The Entire History of France in 23 Minutes
Timeline: the 2nd French Republique and the 2nd Empire
The Revolution in France, sometimes known as the February Revolution, was one of a wave of revolutions across Europe in that year. The events swept away the Orleans Monarchy — and led to the creation of the nation's second republic. The Revolution of , part of a wave of similar regime changes across Europe, had put an end to the absolute monarchy of the Bourbon Resturation and installed a more liberal constitutional monarchy under the Orleans dynasty and governed predominantly by Guizot's conservative-liberal centre-right and Thiers's progressive-liberal centre-left. But to the left of the dynastic parties, the monarchy was criticised by Republicans a mixture of Radicals and socialists for being insufficiently democratic: its electoral system was based on a narrow, privileged electorate of property-owners and therefore excluded workers. During the s several petitions requesting electoral reform universal manhood suffrage had been issued by the National Guard , but had been rejected by both of the main dynastic parties. Political meetings dedicated to this issue were banned by the government, and electoral reformers therefore bypassed the ban by holding a series of 'banquets' , events where political debate was disguised as dinner speeches.
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The French presidential election is upon us, and with it comes another opportunity for a populist leader to drastically change the course of the European Union. Just as Theresa May of the Conservative Party took over in the United Kingdom, but Norbert Hofer of the Freedom Party failed to win his presidential bid in Austria, the French election is just one more showdown between the competing ideologies of nationalism and globalism. French citizens will cast their firsts vote for one of eleven candidates on April None of the candidates are expected to win an outright majority, which means a run-off election will be held on May 7 between the two candidates who win the most votes. It began in , after a coup at the hands of the French military in colonial Algeria convinced officials in Paris to dissolve Parliament.
How was France's Second Republic divided from the start? A. Some people supported Louis Philippe and others wanted a liberal government. B. Liberals.
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An explainer on the many evolutions of the country’s government
Revolutions of 1848 in France (Part 2 of 5)
Louis-Napoleon Bonaparte was born in Paris on 20 April At this time, Napoleon was still without an heir and so intended to take Louis-Napoleon as the successor to the Imperial throne. Louis-Napoleon grew up with a strong sense of respect for his family history and origins and quickly became interested in politics, seeking to restore the Bonaparte dynasty to power. Illustration: L. From this moment, Louis-Napoleon, still in exile, tried to gather the Bonapartists around him. On 30 October , he began to stir up opposition to the regime with a first march on Paris from the city of Strasbourg.
In France the revolutionary events ended the July Monarchy — and led to the creation of the French Second Republic. In the months that followed, this government steered a course that became more conservative. On 23 June , the people of Paris rose in insurrection,  which became known as June Days uprising — a bloody but unsuccessful rebellion by the Paris workers against a conservative turn in the Republic's course. Exactly three years later he suspended the elected assembly, establishing the Second French Empire , which lasted until The February revolution established the principle of the " right to work " droit au travail , and its newly established government created " National Workshops " for the unemployed. At the same time a sort of industrial parliament was established at the Luxembourg Palace , under the presidency of Louis Blanc , with the object of preparing a scheme for the organization of labor.