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Who really holds the powerful to account?


According to this piece in the Daily Telegraph the ten least trusted professions in the UK begins with teachers  who are trusted by 69% of the population and engineers (56%) and then the bottom position with 7% of public support … Continue reading

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Another hard days night


The image shown here was taken by Eddie Mitchell @brightonsnapper who was out working last night during storm Angus. However as much as his photograph shows his dedication  to his art, the real dedication was that shown by Fire Officers … Continue reading

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Why do things come in threes?


To be returning to Parliament from the Easter break just as three public disgraces or difficulties surface must be incredibly difficult for the large proportion of MPs who are reliable and hard working representatives of their local constituency. I have personally … Continue reading

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UK’s most pregnant MP?


Just to clarify the heading, Lucy Powell, MP for Manchester Central is not pregnant, nor was she pregnant when she became the focus of a Sun newspaper article. Her son Tom was born in May, he has an older Sister … Continue reading

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The taste of ones own medicine


The headlines today are a culmination of the story that has been running for several years, but perhaps things are now drawing to a head? This story is of course something relatively localised to one group of people out of … Continue reading

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