Monthly Archives: January 2015

Personal manifesto part 2 – Training, immigration and a proposal

Hi all, After the brief diversion last week to deal with partisan squabbles, I’d like to return to the positive policies which I’d like to argue for if elected again. This week, I’ll look at immigration and training, issues which … Continue reading

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MP’s quarrels – and a question

I’d have liked to put forward part 2 of my personal manifesto this week, focusing on training and immigration, but since Ms Soubry has complained that I’m silent about issues she raises (“there is silence from the leadership of our … Continue reading

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Question for Mr Cameron: where’s our utility price cut?

Following my non-political update on Beeston development, this is a political question. WHY is the Government allowing the utility companies to sit on the huge drop in oil prices without cutting domestic energy bills? In the last year, wholesale energy … Continue reading

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Beeston: The New Deal developing

Beeston: The Next 5 Years I went to the Civic Society’s briefing on Friday on “Update on the Beeston New Deal” and it produced a fountain of information. As attendance was not that huge given the stormy weather, I thought … Continue reading

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Personal manifesto, part I: Is Britain viable?

Personal manifesto, part I: Is Britain viable? After my recent columns criticising other parties, I’d now like to turn to the sort of issues that I’d like as an MP to help address. What can you expect from your MP? … Continue reading

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