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We need to carry out a radical political approach


Over the weekend a significant article emerged in the Guardian/Observer which was written by Toby Helm that reflected on the data recently carried out by Best for Britain. The article is available on line here and it makes it very … Continue reading

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Four headlines in the last 24 hours


Its fascinating that the Daily Express is simply one of the Newspapers that for many years has encouraged us to vote to leave the EU and then when our Nation had done so it told us that leaving was the … Continue reading

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Two Brexiteer journalists named Simon point out its catastrophic impact


There are many journalists who either personally or corporately oppose our remaining in the EU. However as they attempt to carry out their work it becomes clearer and clearer that our departure from the EU is nonsensical and that we … Continue reading

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Brexit begins to take shape


Over the last few months there were numerous promises and indeed a number of patronising statements made by people arguing for us to leave the EU, ridiculing the idea that our access to European markets would be ended just because … Continue reading

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Will Network Rail come good?


This morning there is an article in the Guardian which suggests that Network rail will come good on many years of unmet challenges for their disabled passengers, whilst their budget is being cut in the areas concerned. So assuming that … Continue reading

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Lets end revenge evictions


Yesterday I attended the launch of a campaign in Brighton & Hove to seek cross party support for legislation to be presented to the House of Commons by Sarah Teather MP as a private members Bill. The case for the Bill … Continue reading

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The 2 week U turn


I rarely go out of my way to listen to Nigel Farage, but on 15th April was listening to the Radio 4 Today programme when he was interviewed over a ‘misuse’ of taxpayer provided funds for the running of his constituency office. As is … Continue reading

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Good Grief!


After last Sunday’s blog on the inter-dependency of the Press and Party Politics I wonder if I am becoming obsessed with the subject. Last week I wrote about the failure of the Observer, along with the Guardian and the BBC (regional … Continue reading

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