- 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
- Was I watching the same John McDonnell speech as the mainstream media?
- Watching the party conferences from afar
- Puffles (*notes*) #CPC15 strategy is to contrast Government vs @JeremyCorbyn & @johnmcdonnellMP - but will it chime with wider audience? 14 minutes ago
- "I fear Labour's lurch to the left undermines our message that Britain is back" @PHammondMP at #CPC15 15 minutes ago
- Puffles (*notes*) ****lots more**** suits, fewer colours & an auditorium with a colder feel at #CPC15 vs technicolour saturation of others 17 minutes ago
- Re Gove's comments about taking on vested interests & monopolies, journalists need to cross-examine him on what policies will do this #CPC15 23 minutes ago
- Gove says Corbyn's failure to sing the national anthem means he's not the man to keep the country safe, secure & free. #CPC15. :-/ 24 minutes ago
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Category Archives: Public administration & policy
Summary Spending an evening listening & learning with homeless & vulnerably housed people in at Wintercomfort in Cambridge I was commissioned to do a short workshop on democracy and registering to vote for the local charity for homeless people Winter … Continue reading
Summary …but do the people of Cambridge know it even exists, let alone know how to influence it? Here’s a pano-pic I took at the start of the meeting …having made my way via bus from Cambridge to Cambourne, a … Continue reading
Summary Some thoughts following a year of going to lots of venues in and around Cambridge Being a self-styled ‘community cameraman’ means I get to go out and about filming in lots of community venues. This year I’ve been to … Continue reading
Cambridge City Council’s South Area Committee meeting tonight (8th December) was encouraging in terms of community involvement, writes Chris Rand of Queen Edith’s Online. Having 20-30 members of the public in attendance was good, but the fact that half of … Continue reading