Monthly Archives: March 2011

Alternative Vote? Haven’t a clue.

In early May we are to be asked in a referendum whether we want to change our voting system from First Past the Post to the Alternative Voting System, or words to that effect. From a Liberal Democrat perspective its … Continue reading

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Nuclear Power or not

If you were to imagine a worst case scenario you might say a nuclear power station would be hit by an earthquake, followed quickly by a tsunami. People would say don’t be ridiculous how is that going to happen. But … Continue reading

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Coalition in a hurry

Is the Coalition moving too fast? Not thinking ahead well enough?  It is certainly moving fast and making big changes. It can therefore probably be said they won’t foresee every eventuality.  David Cameron has been reading Tony Blair’s book and … Continue reading

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Prince Andrew, isn’t that bad a chap

Prince Andrew has been taking a lot of flak from the media this week. It is said that if you cross the media they will come back and get you later. This must be later. The story has been building … Continue reading

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Pensions, tax thresholds plus, Woodlands, Libya minus

A couple of weeks with mixed waters for the Coalition. Ian Duncan Smith announcing a non-means tested old age pension increase of about £50 a week must be great news for many old age pensioners who don’t claim all they … Continue reading

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