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We need to find a way of promoting real Independent candidates


For some people who have recently been thrown out of their party such as Dominic Grieve, the plan to stand as an Independent MP makes a great deal of sense and given how radical he has been as a Tory … Continue reading

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What will the new Politics look like?


In the last two days I have seen postings from two well known commentators calling for a new form of Politics. The call from Chris Patten on Newsnight follows on from the call by Gary Lineker on twitter. They both … Continue reading

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What did you really learn on the doorstep


For the first time in my life, during this General Election I went out canvassing door to door for one of the candidates. Paul Sanderson who I have known for many years stood as an Independent in Bognor & Littlehampton … Continue reading

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Lessons from Bognor and Littlehampton


I spent several hours yesterday knocking on doors in the Wick area of Littlehampton. It is the home neighbourhood of Paul Sanderson who is standing as the Independent candidate in the General Election on 8th June. Paul is new to … Continue reading

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A general election integrity assessment


As the General Election campaign attempts to resume its rhythm following the tragic events of Monday, some integrity issues have emerged. Beginning with the positives, yesterday I had the pleasure of chairing a hustings in Brighton to which all parties … Continue reading

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