Tag Archives: Birmingham

One political party that is lacking in credibility


The long history of Tory Party conferences where every aspect put on public show is carefully choreographed continues this year in Birmingham at extensive cost to their local police force but as Jon Craig, the Sky news political correspondent is … Continue reading

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I have a Question David


Last night on BBC1 the panel of Question Time from Birmingham consisted of Politicians from two main Political Parties, Ken Clarke (Conservative) and Andy Burnham (Labour). Both men have had Ministerial careers. There were three other panel members. One was Douglas Carswell … Continue reading

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The damage continues


Yesterday I wrote about the damaging actions of two Cabinet Ministers and Special Advisers to communities 120 miles away from their offices. I did not expect that this would be compounded by the man who is supposed to be in charge … Continue reading

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Welcome to Britain


I confess that I had never heard of classical organist Cameron Carpenter who has apparently won Grammy’s for his endeavours until I read this piece in the Guardian. He had been invited to perform in a concert in Birmingham and thankfully for the people who had paid … Continue reading

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The unplanned consequences of an Autumn Coalition Shuffle


I am in the process of going through the Lib Dem conference programme to see if there will be any fringe events I could attend to increase my understanding of the role to which I hope to be elected on 15th November. … Continue reading

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