- How do think tanks access the media?
- Do the scuffles between mainstream media & some protesters in Manchester reveal a deeper divide?
- Cambridge’s street communities on complex local public services
- Are Conservative ministers playing ‘party politics’ with national security over Jeremy Corbyn?
- Mark Thomas visits Cambridge, talking about the privatisation of public spaces
- Packed out taster session for start of new term of ballroom dancing in Cambridge with @_CDC_ cambridgedancers.org/classes/timeta… http://t.co/AqUreCdPPh 1 hour ago
- All of Puffles' local MPs ie within 2 council wards of dragon's den in Cambridge are on Twitter @DanielZeichner @heidiallen75 @LucyFrazerMP 4 hours ago
- RT @Kelsblells: Deliberate government mismanagement or incompetence? #NHS twitter.com/gabrielscally/… 5 hours ago
- RT @GabrielScally: Sometimes a timeline tells you most of what you need to know. #NHS http://t.co/r02oDbJ0Cs 5 hours ago
- RT @belindaparmar: Four more car makers join the diesel emissions row. theguardian.com/environment/20… 6 hours ago
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Monthly Archives: January 2012
If someone said that I spent too much of my time on this planet being a coward, they’d probably be right. I’m not talking about “Ha ha! He’s a sissy!”/”Nobody calls me ‘chicken’” out of TV and films. I’m talking … Continue reading
Ed Miliband won the Labour leadership election due to the votes he received from those beyond the political party – i.e. those who were members of trade unions and/or affiliated organisations. To those unfamiliar with the history of the Labour … Continue reading
“Oi!! Puffles! What are you doing blogging about jubblies?” Actually, it’s a lot more serious, and covers a far wider range of issues than the plight of a few glamour models. It was Fleet Street Fox who first alerted me … Continue reading
…it would be a good idea. (No, really!) The nature of the Coalition inevitably meant that there would be a greater focus on Parliament in the news. Ditto with the fallout from the MPs expenses scandal. Civil servants across Whitehall … Continue reading
…and I’m not talking about a super-powered narcotic. Rather I’m talking about the new high speed railway that has been confirmed by the Transport Secretary in the House today (10 January 2012). I don’t have a problem with HS2 or … Continue reading
This blogpost picks up on a number of themes written by @Penners_ in her article Living with grandma. Like may people in their late 20s and early 30s, I certainly didn’t plan on having to move back in with my … Continue reading