Monthly Archives: September 2010

I hope it’s Balls

The votes are in and unlike Bridge Ward News I want it to be Ed Balls and not one of the Milliband Brothers I don’t think Ed is the less odd looking brother either. To be honest they both look … Continue reading

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Save the British Pub

According to Tim Martin Chairman of Wetherspoons The last Labour government could hardly have adopted a more damaging approach to the national institution of the pub, with its preoccupation with extra taxes and regulations, including its entrapment policies of sending … Continue reading

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Unions Whinging at SCC Cuts.

It appears that not only the Unions but also the Evening Star are getting upset with the coalition’s post Labour government damage limitation measures. More here. The article is only talking about cuts and not why cuts have to be … Continue reading

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Vince Cable as Muddled as Ever

Vince Cable has declared that “capitalism kills competition” Story here. Even more ridiculous was the fact that he got applause. Only the Lib Dems could applaud such a ridiculous idea. With socialism there is no competition at all while capitalism … Continue reading

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A Short Response to Bob Russell’s Speech at Lib Dem Conference

Bob Russell, the Colchester MP, said that he was disappointed that Nick Clegg did not address the issue of child poverty in his conference speech yesterday, wwhich of course Bob Russell is very passionate about. He said: “I do not … Continue reading

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Prisoners Voting in Elections

It ‘s been reported by The Times that Nick Clegg is looking to end the ban on prisoners voting in elections. There’s some info on it here. This is probably a lot of huff. Last week the Council of Europe, … Continue reading

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TUC Cognitive Dissonance

At today’s Trade Union Congress Conference in Manchester, a motion was passed committing the TUC to a national demonstration against youth unemployment before the end of the year. Story here. What’s interesting about this is that while Labour were in … Continue reading

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