- 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
- RT @sharonodea: Twitter Explains Why it’s Removing Share Counts from Tweet Buttons socialmediatoday.com/social-busines… 1 hour ago
- What can trade unions & university public policy institutes learn from the tactics of The Taxpayer's Alliance & co? adragonsbestfriend.wordpress.com/2015/10/07/how… 2 hours ago
- ...It took the council so long to negotiate new streetlights that come installation the model had become obsolete queen-ediths.co.uk/cambridge-plan… 3 hours ago
- RT @DexterDiasQC: Guide to law & protective measures re #FGM. Fine work @rightsofwomen >> twitter.com/rightsofwomen/… 3 hours ago
- RT @lewis_herbert: British homebuyers at back of queue for flats marketed first in Far East, just like Rustat Rd #Cambridge development htt… 3 hours ago
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Monthly Archives: November 2012
Summary A random list of stuff I’d like to do, see or experience – because it’s not as if I’m going to be able to afford a house or car in the near future I’ve been pondering a moany post … Continue reading
Summary A few observations following an event I went to at Parliament Week I pootled along to Parliament this week for the “Chasing the digital wave” debate – looking at some lessons learned from recent general elections. Mark Pack, … Continue reading
Summary: Who said what There have been a couple of interesting (if you’re a parliament and civil service watcher) reports published of late. One on the resources, powers and effectiveness of select committees, [Not enough, not enough and not nearly … Continue reading
Summary On the shambles that was the Police and Crime Commissioner elections I can’t say the earth moved for me in this election campaign. Looking at the horrifically low voter turnout and the number of deliberately spoilt ballot papers – … Continue reading
Summary Should we be surprised about attitudes towards global tax avoidance when those at the top of firms do not live in communities their frontline outlets are in? Three multinationals found themselves hauled in front of the Public Accounts Committee … Continue reading