Tag Archives: Merseyside

Merseyside requires Proportional Representation

This weekend I visited my family in Merseyside where I was born and grew up prior to moving to Sussex in 1978. I was interested to observe that throughout the Merseyside region that there are currently 15 MPs who cover … Continue reading

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HS2 must be ended now! and a range of new investments Nusrat

The challenge for people like me who live in the South East of the UK or perhaps I should say of England given we are now entering a high risk of a break up of the UK, is that our … Continue reading

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Political blindspots

A few weeks ago I wrote about comments made by Labour front bencher Alison McGovern in a parliamentary debate on the budget. After an intervention by Caroline Lucas, Ms McGovern used her Parliamentary Privilege to criticise Brighton & Hove Council for their failure to … Continue reading

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Todays chip papers

The longevity of a newspaper story is reputed to be no more than tomorrows chip  papers. That of course is only understandable in a context where fish and chips is part of the staple fare. Whilst the ubiquitous Macdonalds or … Continue reading

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A concerning global perspective

I spent last weekend in Merseyside, visiting parents and in laws. We left Sussex on Thursday which felt warm for the time of year and when we arrived in the North West there was a distinct reduction in temperature compared … Continue reading

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