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Why a second EU referendum is vital


I confess to being someone who voted to remain, and would do the same again today if a referendum was being held (being a Thursday it is more likely today than tomorrow). However despite this my view that a second … Continue reading

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It is time for a statement, Cllr


My blog back on 24th September raised a suggestion that Brighton & Hove Council publish a statement regarding the apparent overspend of £300,000 by one of the sub-contractors employed by Mears.  The Council Audit and Standards Committee was due to examine … Continue reading

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We need politicians who understand history


I confess I was confused regarding the venue for Theresa May’s speech until I read the transcript, and then I became even more confused. She began: It’s good to be here in this great city of Florence today at a critical … Continue reading

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A worthwhile point of view


According to this interview in third sector magazine, Rob Wilson who was Minister for Civil Society from September 2014 to June 2017 has some valuable perspectives, even if there are many elements I disagree with. He states clearly at the … Continue reading

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Time to get your house in order David


Just before MPs went on their long recess on 20th July this article appeared in the Guardian explaining about an investigation by 5 childrens charities on the way in which the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority appears to be denying compensation … Continue reading

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The impact of Hurricane Irma on BVI


The terrible news that the British Virgin Islands has been badly impacted by Hurricane Irma has tended to focus on the impact on the lives of a small number of wealthy individuals. Clearly the devestation in the area surrounding the … Continue reading

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Have a great Sunday


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