Category Archives: Charities

Who has been crying out for a Queens Speech?


It seems as though last Monday saw the closure of Parliament until the 14th October unless something significant happens to persuade the Prime Minister to re-open the organisation and change his plans. If not his plan is for the Queen … Continue reading

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LEPs like Coast to Capital need a major strategy change


The appointment of Julie Kapsalis as the new Vice Chair of the Coast to Capital Local Enterprise Partnership is clearly very good news, as she will understand a number of aspects of the regions business interests. Her appointment is vital, … Continue reading

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The Absurd concepts behind Farage’s fear attacks


According to the tweet on the right hand side, Nigel is angry that some British MPs (who together represent 3 nations and Northern Ireland) have been making contact with the EU nations Government contacts. Presumably he has forgotten that this … Continue reading

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MP’s like Henry Smith need inviting to a more diverse range of youth groups


When I was 8 long before the Scout network started the Beaver concept, I joined the 12th Crosby and 172nd Liverpool pack of cubs and I was a very enthusiastic cub, even rising to the rank of sixer. At the … Continue reading

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A pathetic response to a serious issue


While we wait for the dust to settle in the new Government (albeit one that was not elected) there is a myriad of issues to focus on that relate to the last few days of the previous Government. Given that … Continue reading

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Government Ideas for corrupting democracy


According to this question in the House of Commons on Monday, the Government is abusing its power by spending our money on an attempt to win its own, supposedly  publicly accountable consultation, to build a National Holocaust Memorial Centre in … Continue reading

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Two politicians who appear to ignore their past


The track record for Pickles and Blunkett when it comes to reducing the loss of funds to schools and preventing public bodies (such as schools)from spending money on unnecessary publications is very clear. The speech was made by Blunkett when … Continue reading

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