- Well, thank f–k that horrible month is over
- Diversifying the Liberal Democrats – a once in a generation opportunity?
- Why is the UK government not pushing for a substantial co-ordinated response to refugees crisis?
- On life’s great equaliser
- Has leisure & entertainment in Cambridge kept pace with the growth of our city?
- RT @IndyPolitics: George Osborne told by town halls that his devolution plan will cost £60bn ind.pn/1XmHy28 7 hours ago
- RT @stellacreasy: cambridge, nottingham, leeds and york - I am coming your way with #campaignbootcamp this weekend! details here: https://t… 8 hours ago
- Puffles (*notes*) #Corbyn & Labour Left will need to have some serious words with those ‘supporters’ posting hate towards @leicesterliz 8 hours ago
- RT @michaelsheen: The "Why help foreigners when own people are suffering?" argument often made by people doing nothing to help their own pe… 8 hours ago
- What sort of part would you have Puffles playing in an Xmas panto? Script is still being written so… :-) 8 hours ago
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Category Archives: Law and legal issues
Summary Looking at some bigger picture issues on a news item that has engulfed Westminster – and examining the principles of some local government roots Part 1 – Education Both the Home Secretary and the Education Secretary made statements to … Continue reading
Summary An old band makes a new return – and has the corrupt monster that is FIFA in its sights This new number’s more than quite good By ‘Pop Will Eat Itself’ About time we had some protest in music. … Continue reading
Summary From one political gathering to another in the same evening – what I learnt from four male Scots sparring on independence The first thing I was asked as I wandered towards the doors of the Cambridge Union building was: … Continue reading
Summary A speech clearly targeted at an audience outside the room, but what was it like inside? It’s not every day that the Vice-president of the European Commission rocks up to your home town, so me and Puffles popped round … Continue reading
…are politicians undermining the ‘hard working families’ and ‘big society’ that they claim to be acting in the interests of? Yes. Next. This applies nationwide – not just to Cambridge, although I’m writing this in the context of a Cambridge … Continue reading