- 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 @MissMillicent: David Miliband: failure to take in refugees ‘an abandonment of UK’s humanitarian traditions’ gu.com/p/4c2kt/stw < I… 1 hour ago
- NEWZ-SPOOF: “Cameron praises ‘Big Society’ for tackling migrants crisis. ‘It’s just like Dunkirk!’ He says” qz.com/492473/ordinar… 1 hour ago
- RT @jessbrammar: Santander figures suggest average premium for moving to a home in catchment area for best state schools is £32,000. Oh, Br… 1 hour ago
- RT @benatipsosmori: a quarter of all parents have moved house to get a school place? interesting statistic - does it sound believable thoug… 1 hour ago
- RT @Independent: Why there is a giant polar bear outside Shell's London headquarters ind.pn/1NMPLtp http://t.co/dpBIOSLIDy 1 hour ago
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Category Archives: Public administration & policy
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