Monthly Archives: March 2015

We have lift-off!

Hello! The full campaign is now officially under way. First of all, I’d like to thank everyone who has volunteered to help in the final weeks of the election. I’m extremely touched by all the support, and it’s going to … Continue reading

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So you think you know Broxtowe?

Just for amusement to start the campaign, here’s a link to the BBC’s little quiz about Broxtowe constituency: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/politics/constituencies/E14000607 I have to confess I only scored the “cunning constituent” level! Nick

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Personal manifesto part 4 – How should we represent Broxtowe?

Hi all, In previous instalments of my “personal manifesto”, I’ve talked about the economy, about linking training better to employment and about the NHS, in particular care services and mental health. I’d like to switch the focus this time to … Continue reading

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Animal welfare breakthrough/Are you registered?/Helping with deliveries

Hi all, Apologies for a few days’ delay in answering some emails – I’ve been on a quick flight to Korea, where we’ve had a breakthrough in my animal welfare day job http://www.crueltyfreeinternational.org/en/a/ItsTime-to-end-animal-testing-for-cosmetics-worldwide-join-the-movement 11 hours’ flight each way in 3 … Continue reading

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Military intervention, HS2 and debating by tweet

Hi all, Although Ms Soubry isn’t willing to debate me until every manifesto has been published and every other candidate is present, she’s taken to sending me slightly childish tweets. A sample: “u served in Blairs Govt til 08 voted … Continue reading

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