- 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 @polljax: Good article about changing travel to work areas and commuting patterns in the UK tinyurl.com/pkxr6r8 1 hour ago
- RT @LibralLady: Show refugees (& @David_Cameron) that CAMBRIDGE CARES. Join us Sat 1030 o/s @Kings_College for a demo @camb4calais. http://… 1 hour ago
- Puffles (*notes*) DWP Qs in Monday in @HouseofCommons services.parliament.uk/calendar/#!/ca… - expect urgent Qs too 1 hour ago
- ***Good luck*** everyone starting the new school/college year - esp if you’re starting at a new place! 1 hour ago
- NEWZ-SPOOF: “Ministers awaiting clearance from newspaper front pages to change policy on refugees” 2 hours ago
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Category Archives: Party politics
Summary What can we expect from the political parties? I’m not going to be one of those commentators who tries to explain how they predicted the correct general election result when the record shows anything but. I didn’t expect the … Continue reading
Summary Featuring some of the women I filmed & interviewed during the general election campaign 2015. Here’s Amelia Womack, Deputy Leader of The Green Party with an appeal to students & young people in Cambridge In terms of student activists: … Continue reading
Summary Some thoughts on what either might be like as MP for Cambridge. The bookies have Julian Huppert of the Liberal Democrats slightly ahead of his rival Daniel Zeichner of Labour. We know what Dr Huppert will be like given the … Continue reading
Summary Some thoughts on the bare minimum people can do in order to cast an informed vote – should any of the candidates impress them. This post is mainly targeted at people in & around Cambridge, but the sentiments apply … Continue reading
Summary A busy day for Cambridge Conservatives They say 24 hours is a long time in politics. Earlier on, former Conservative councillor & leader of Cambridgeshire County Council, Mr Nick Clarke, switched allegiance to UKIP. Around the same time, Cambridge Conservative … Continue reading