Tag Archives: David Cameron

Tory’s cannot cope with appointing Independents


In 2010 after the Conservative dominated coalition was elected they brought forward the plans that they had developed whilst in opposition. When located at some distance from the power holding which they have now ‘enjoyed’ since 2010 they are clearly … Continue reading

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Is part of our society in a state of grief?


Some newspapers treat some of their columnists as jewels in the crown of their paper. Others are grateful to have people write pieces for them every week. A classic example of the jewel in the crown case is this chap … Continue reading

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Government deceit or pure stupidity


In the last few days two separate proposals have emerged from the Government which gives the impression that they wish to improve the lives of people in our communities whilst at the same time ignoring completely the fact that they … Continue reading

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A Government job creation scheme


When the Conservatives came to power they prided themselves on reducing the head count in the Government and in the public sector more widely.¬†At the Conservative Party Conference in October 2009 David Cameron stated¬†“We will have to tear down Labour’s … Continue reading

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A clear lack of accountability


When elected Government officers make decisions to spend public money in ways that are clearly outside of their remit and go against the advice of their civil servants, there needs to be some form of accountability for them and learning … Continue reading

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The importance of a prepared exit route


We live in a nation that is struggling to make sense of how to leave the EU in a manner that is not destructive for either the UK or indeed the EU itself, which will remain our closest and largest … Continue reading

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Lies and the Liars


Over the last 3 General Elections we have seen Conservative Governments elected on manifestos which they have consistently failed to fulfill for different reasons and based on at least one national hustings in the last few weeks, promises made by … Continue reading

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