I live in Brighton and work throughout the South East (Sussex, Surrey and Kent and parts of London). I have what could be described as a portfolio career with roles in the private and voluntary sector and I even write a weekly Column in our local Daily Paper called the Argus. I am particularly interested in matters of public policy, but have no political party affiliations although my views are generally described as left of centre by many people.
My origins are from the North end of Liverpool – a place called Crosby made famous by Shirley Williams who became the first SDP MP and more recently by Anthony Gormley who placed 100 metal casts of his own body onto the local Beach which has had mixed views from local residents whose taxes have been increased as a result. On the other hand they get a lot more publicity and visitors.
All of the views expressed in this Blog are mine and should not be confused with those of my employer or any group to which I belong.