Tag Archives: Boris Johnson

Let’s end the relationship with dignity


Its hard to write about Brexit in a way that looks forward to the exodus which a majority of voters supported on 23rd June and a sizable majority of MPs voted for more recently. Its perfectly clear that our departure … Continue reading

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We need Ministers with experience


Its very telling that our needs as a nation as a whole are treated as insignificant by most Governments compared to the concerns of the well paid bankers and other power brokers in the city of London. This Government like … Continue reading

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How do we get our voices heard?


There is a clear sense that our Government and its closest political ally are attempting to ignore the concerns of many ‘ordinary’ people who are feeling disturbed and helpless when it comes to changing our society. These people are not … Continue reading

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The Bridge(s) of London City


The whole concept of a Garden Bridge over the River Thames seemed a modern folly from the very start. Whilst it would have been a visually stunning monument, to those who wanted to establish it, primarily Joanna Lumley, the idea … Continue reading

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Cowardice and Immorality


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The signs of political decay


As we begin to come to terms with a new American President and the U turn in our 40 year old journey alongside our European neighbours, these changes seem to be occurring against a background of mission creep in our … Continue reading

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A crime that should end the war


It is hard to make sense of the death of some 20-30 people and destruction of 20 odd lorries carrying vital supplies that should have been driven to men and women who have been suffering from a war that is … Continue reading

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