Monthly Archives: October, 2012
From a comment on Lib Dem Voice: It is my expectation that, when the Tory right seeks to exert their power and to remove Cameron as leader, that many would give serious consideration to leaving the Tory party and joining the more moderate Liberal Democrats. To borrow a phrase: sadly, no. I’ve been following and [...]
November starts tomorrow, having settled into its new role as the month where you do something a bit different in order to give you something to talk about on the internet. As I already have facial hair, I can’t take part in Movember, so instead it’ll be another attempt at National Novel Writing Month. Amazingly, [...]
Castle Ward will be the location for Colchester Council’s next Day of Action on Thursday 29th November. This is where the Borough Council gets together with a whole host of other agencies to deal with problems in the area that have been identified by residents. People have been out yesterday and today knocking on doors [...]
I was looking up something about Nick Harvey for my previous post and noticed that he’s started to show a display a resemblance to a former Soviet leader… Is Stavropol Krai in North Devon following the boundary review? I think we should be told.
Two bits of news about the business of Government that have caught my attention over the last few days. The quad has become the sextet – As we’ve come to see over the past couple of years, a lot of the real decisions about the direction of the Government are being taken by the ‘quad’: [...]
121741: Listed building application for internal alterations, Lexden Road. 121859: Enclosure of courtyard for guest seating area, North Hill. 121860: Listed building consent for 121859. 121902: Enlarged and refurbished store including part demolition and rebuild, remodelling of external elevations and internal alterations, High Street. 121905: Conservation Area approval for 121902 Please note that I am [...]
As part of my realisation that it’s been nearly ten years since I started blogging (along with the whole ‘Has it really been that long? God, I’m getting old…’ thoughts) it occurs to me that I don’t follow as many British political blogs as I used to. Part of this is for the very good [...]