- Will the 2015 general election mark a low point in national politics?
- Filming the Cambridge 2015 elections
- ‘Tory turmoil as ex-council chief quits amid social media firestorm’
- And…they’re off! The race to get elected begins!
- Making a film about the general election campaigns in Cambridge – want to get involved?
- Puffles (*expects*) fireworks on @cambridge105 on Sunday at 10am as @Sam_in_Cam interviews @nickclarkecambs vs Chamali Fernando. 1 hour ago
- RT @EliotBeckett: @Puffles2010 @Labourcat @faisalislam Would respect any politician who says 'actually I don't watch football'. Same re Gr… 2 hours ago
- RT @montie: I agree with @OwenJones84: A majority of MPs is a majority is a majority - and therefore the basis of legitimacy https://t.co/3… 3 hours ago
- RT @afneil: Whoever is forming government after May 7th, looks like their 1st crisis will be fallout from full-blown Greece/€Zone financial… 3 hours ago
- RT @F03148046: @Unity_MoT @faisalislam @Puffles2010 Exactly. Oddly for such a trivial issue, it really does show dishonesty and destroy cre… 3 hours ago
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Monthly Archives: May 2012
Summary I’m underemployed. There. I said it. And I hate it. And I’m not the only one. It’s one of the reasons why I laugh in the face of so-called unemployment statistics. People like me don’t show on them. A … Continue reading
Summary Some thoughts about special advisers Guardian leader writer, former special adviser and dragon-fairy-watcher Tom Clark commented that “Adam Smith was too special an adviser to overstep the mark”. Smith’s testimony and body language spoke volumes – as did the testimony … Continue reading
Summary Some thoughts following the House of Lords Constitution Committee’s evidence session with three Commons Select Committee chairpersons. It’s an hour-and-a-half long session, but Whitehall and civil service watchers should have a listen to the evidence session – even if … Continue reading
Summary It’s not looking good for adult education and lifelong learning. “Just one in 10 people aged 24 and over would definitely undertake a further education course at college if controversial plans to charge student loans are brought in, according … Continue reading
Summary More on the crisis of politics – is it about the schools? Twitter was jumping up and down this weekend about how Ed Miliband had higher approval ratings than David Cameron. If you’re a Labour supporter, so far, so … Continue reading
Summary Musings on recent attacks on the civil service Over the past few days there have been several headlines and articles about conflict at the top of Government. The difference between the recent spats and previous ones is that the … Continue reading
Summary: Further thoughts on a big idea of mine. Some of you will be familiar with this from my post Bringing Cambridge Together. Since then, the local elections have happened and a number of seats have changed hands. It also … Continue reading
Summary How will the Tories and Lib Dems make a clean break? The kicking in the polls the governing parties took at the local government elections in May 2012 made things more than a little awkward for messrs Clegg and … Continue reading