Tag Archives: Caroline Lucas

Lets improve our electoral system


The need for a fairer more representative democracy is not hard to understand, however finding ways of improving what we have or complete alternatives is a bit more complex. My first weekly column for the Argus Newspaper begins with the … Continue reading

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A total lack of consultation


The following paragraph was published this morning in the Argus newspaper in the Opinion section: According to a press release from NHS England in mid August, local NHS organisations were “working together for the first time on shared plans to … Continue reading

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A contorted form of Independence


I have written previously to applaud the work and views of Zac Goldsmith over at least one of his campaigns. His comments on the environment have at times acted as a very positive influence on the views coming from senior … Continue reading

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Who will speak up for us?


For those of us who are enjoying the last Bank Holiday of the Summer with weather in Sussex at least, that seems ideal, its hard to turn our attention towards things a wee bit more serious. Alternatively for those focused … Continue reading

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The tally mounts yet there is no plan


I am republishing a blog I wrote a month ago, with the numbers amended. This is because nothing has changed in our Parliament, yet another month of bombing has gone on. I appreciate that my blog won’t stop the bombing, … Continue reading

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Getting in with the wrong crowd?


Just when it seems our whole nation is calling for a resolution to way in which the Syrian state is treating its citizens, and our Government is being forced against its will to match the public offers to house thousands of … Continue reading

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A view into the future


Having spent the last 5 years convinced that the future of democratic engagement is one that ensures that those of us firmly outside of any Political Party structures, and who wish to remain there have a role to play, and Political … Continue reading

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