Tag Archives: Nick Clegg

Our schools policy is in chaos


When the leader of Conservative dominated Kent County Council and Chair of the County Councils network decides to speak out against a Conservative Government and its policies, one would expect that the Government will listen and taking account of what … Continue reading

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Its the Environment stupid


In a recent joint statement signed on Valentines Day, David Cameron, Ed Miliband and Nick Clegg confirmed that they recognise that climate change is one of the most serious threats facing the world. The three men said that climate change threatens not just … Continue reading

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Lets focus on the solutions


The sight of the Hoegh Osaka in the Solent whilst all sorts of agencies are working behind the scenes or even in the foreground with little fuss is inspiring, despite the disaster which put the ship there in the first place. The … Continue reading

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A mental health sticking plaster?


At the beginning of last week the Deputy Prime Minister’s Office announced that Nick Clegg is to establish and Chair a new task force that will involve a number of Government Ministers who will meet within days to examine to urgently examine the … Continue reading

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Page 84


If you were distracted from your reading of the 2010 Conservative manifesto and didn’t get as far as page 84 you are in for a treat now. I confess I didn’t read any of it, simply because at the time … Continue reading

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What was the question?


As we approach the Independence Referendum vote, on terms and a day agreed by the Government, several issues are emerging that shine a light on the way in which our Political organisations work and what motivates many of us in our thinking. Last … Continue reading

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A real page turner?


Nicholas William Peter Clegg had an excellent education, studying at Caldicott School and Westminster School followed by Cambridge University and numerous other educational institutions. He now works in a position where he is surrounded by a phalanx of advisers and has access … Continue reading

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