21/11/2022 · Elizabeth Stuart (19 August 1596 – 13 February 1662) was Electress of the Palatinate and briefly Queen of Bohemia as the wife of Frederick V of the Palatinate. Because her husband's reign in Bohemia lasted for just one winter, she is called the Winter Queen. 
21/11/2022 · Stuart Robert MP @stuartrobertmp These rushed laws that are designed to pay back Labor's union mates (with money that will flow through to the Labor party) will be a disaster for small business in times where they are already doing it tough.
22/11/2022 · Answer: Charles I Charles I persisted in the widely held belief that monarchs had a "divine right" to rule and the authority to rule as they saw fit. This was all very well for the European Continentals, but a political culture had jelled in England (from the days of the Saxon Witan through to the signing of Magna Carta) that had ultimately deposited a great deal of power in the institution of ...
22/11/2022 · Sign up Stuart Robert MP @stuartrobertmp #breaking the Albanese Labor Govt have been shamed into reintroducing SOME transparency back to how Australia's retirement funds are being spent. The devil will be in the detail. We will continue to hold the govt to account when it comes to payments from super to unions to Labor.
22/11/2022 · Born Margaret Drummond-Ernoch, in the parish of Comrie, Margaret Stewart's brother John was the hereditary Keeper of the King's Forest of Glenartney and in October 1589 was charged with the task of producing enough venison for the forthcoming wedding feast of King James VI and his new Danish queen Anne.
“Stuart Robert suggested I contact you to arrange a meeting to discuss the forthcoming Garrison Health Services tender,” the email from Milo states. On June 15, 2018, Milo emailed Robert asking for advice on whether “we should consider joining” the Hume Forum, a fundraising vehicle for then-federal minister Angus Taylor. Robert wrote back: “Nope.
22/11/2022 · Introduction Stuart Cunningham AM is Distinguished Professor of Media and Communications, QUT. He is internationally recognised for his contributions to media, communication and cultural studies and for exemplifying their relevance to industry practice and government policy. He is author, co-author or co-editor of fifteen books, twenty five ...