DEMS


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AcronymDefinition
DEMSDuke Ellington Music Society
DEMSDifferential Electrochemical Mass Spectrometry
DEMSDefensively Equipped Merchant Ship
DEMSDigital Electronic Messaging Service
DEMSDeployment Management System
DEMSData Entry Management System
DEMSDiplôme d'Etat de Musique Supérieur (French: Music Advanced State Diploma)
DEMSDépannage Électroménager Services (French: Electronics Troubleshooting Services)
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outcome 2: labour majority Ed Miliband and Ed Balls surpass expectations and makes big gains from Tories and Lib Dems in England and Wales.
The Lib Dems sold out to the Tories on the cheap and you can't sink any lower than that.
Former Royal Navy officer turned teacher Andrew stood for the Lib Dems in Hexham in both the 2005 and 2010 General Elections - and came second to Tory Guy Opperman in the latter.
They are more likely than most to say the coalition has been better than expected, and trust the Conservatives most on the economy, but rate the Lib Dems more positively than most voters and have a high opinion of local Lib Dem MPs.
When it comes to the Eastleigh by-election on 28 February, however, things are particularly interesting given that it is a Lib Dem-held seat with a council that contains solely Lib Dem councillors.
Lib Dem member: Before the election Mr Roddick tweeted: "I'"I'm a member of the Lib Dems.
But when they look at the opinion polls and their performances in elections since joining the coalition, there has been an almighty slump in popularity for the Lib Dems.
In the former Lib Dem stronghold of Liverpool the Lib Dems are not even standing candidates in Central , Princes Park , Belle Vale and Everton Wards In the West Midlands former Lib Dem councillors of long standing are now fielding as Liberal Party candidates As the Lib Dems abandon their polices to be merely a prop for the Tory Party then both their voters and party workers are deserting in droves.
Lib Dems also seem to be arguing that the policy could be paid for by raising taxes on the most wealthy.
Despite the worst cuts in living memory, imposed on the city by the Lib Dems and their Tory allies, there is some progress on many of the vacant sites left by the Lib Dem administration, from the Boot Estate to Stonebridge Cross.
Overall, Labour are on 42 points, up 12 per cent on last year, the Tories on 26 per cent and the Lib Dems are down four on 10 per cent.
The Labour AM followed up his appeal for disaffected Lib Dems to join Labour with an attack on the party for its coalition with the Conservatives, saying it had "sacrificed some of their most important principles".