Tag Archives: Housing

A week is a long time in Politics


Once a week my blog appears as a column in the Argus newspaper under the heading ‘I do like Mondays’. This is today’s piece:      Last week should have been important for most people in the UK as two … Continue reading

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Words that are too important to be ignored


It is vital that some of the words from Theresa May at the Conservative Party conference are not drowned out by the frenzy currently surrounding her colleagues such as Grant Shapps as they attempt to determine who will be the … Continue reading

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Lets put things right now!


It is easy to find fault with any government, the challenge of running a nation, even a small one like ours depends on decisions or statements made on a scale that can inevitably lead to failure in the margins. However any public failures … Continue reading

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