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Boris (Boaty McBoatface) Johnson has a great deal to learn from Peterloo


Three days ago we all had a chance to acknowledge the Bicentenary of the Peterloo massacre which took place when ordinary people in a vital part of our nation went onto the streets of Manchester to demand that their voices … Continue reading

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[Political content removed] – according to Theresa May


I was interested to hear a few snippets of the speech by Theresa May last night and so I thought I would find out what she actually said, so I went to this website which is part of GOV.UK and … Continue reading

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The urgent need to help unite our nation


In many senses the visit that begins officially tomorrow is simply one more bit of icing on a very unpleasant cake that began to be baked early in 2016 when an EU referendum that was poorly prepared for was announced, … Continue reading

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Government Departments need real leadership


Whilst journalists, broadcasters and commentators are focusing on the nonsensical ideas, statements and behaviour of  Theresa, Jacob and Priti along with Michael and Amber and the lack of them by Jeremy, the reality within most Government departments is they are … Continue reading

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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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