Tag Archives: Hove

It is inspiring to hear Kenneth Baker challenge the Government


Monday’s debate on School students learning took place in the House of Lords and Kenneth Baker stood up to challenge the Government over their provision. Although he is based in Surrey he referred to two Sussex locations and to Kent. … Continue reading

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The vital need for Politicians to achieve collaborative outcomes


At the end of last week when the Channel 4 debate on climate change took place, the sizeable splinters in the structure of the Conservative Party campaign seemed to begin to turn into a structural crack. As their team represented … Continue reading

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Housing for young people


The following article focuses on the crisis in Youth Homelessness and the need for powerful advocates, it is published this morning in The Argus newspaper: There are few people who have the privilege of living in a Palace, particularly one … Continue reading

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An important example for others to follow


A few days ago, Hove Councillor Robert Nemeth spent a day with refuse collectors, observing the journey of our waste from doorsteps to the lorries which take it to be incinerated in Newhaven. His initiative is something that should be applauded, it would be … Continue reading

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Daydream Unbeliever


In the week that has seen the loss of Davy Jones who brought us the iconic song Daydream Believer I am concerned by the daydreaming of one of our political leaders who also has his roots in the music industry, albeit as … Continue reading

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