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Jane Dodds would get my vote today


The By-Election in Brecon and Radnorshire today seems like a good opportunity to try to change the way in which our politics works. There are far too many challenges facing candidates who are Independent or representatives of parties outside of … Continue reading

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Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) please change tactics


For the last 10 years I have been working for a small business which has grown over that period and from time to time we have been successful at winning significant contracts for various parts of the public sector such … Continue reading

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The future of seaside and rural communities


Last week in the House of Lords, Steve Bassam introduced a report entitled “Regenerating Seaside Towns and Communities – The future of seaside towns” At one point in his introduction Steve explained that the Government had responded and one of their … Continue reading

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Let us see some evidence of action across Government departments


On Thursday in the House of Lords Brian Paddick set out a debate on Knife Crime which covered a great deal of ground. The challenge with such debates is searching through to find the issues that need a particular focus. … Continue reading

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John Hayes MP was 109 days early


When John Hayes claimed that on the 5th January 2019 he was starting work for a Charitable Foundation and that he would promote their charitable work for a £1,333 a day it raised a number of questions for several people … Continue reading

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Is it time for Liam and colleagues to follow his advice?


Just over seven years ago on 21st February 2012 Liam Fox made a rather radical suggestion in the pages of the Financial Times, that of course had nothing to do with the workplace that he had been part of for … Continue reading

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Have a great St Patricks Day


That’s it, have a great day!

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