Monthly Archives: April 2015

18 bus saved (for now)/Tram update/Risk for PCSOs

Hi all, A few important news items not all linked to the election but which seem significant enough to report now: Bus 18 saved – for now; tram news; residents’ parking Cllr Steve Barber reports that the Managing Director of … Continue reading

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Mediterranean crisis: a proposal / Vote-swapping update / Hustings video / Economic debate

Hi all, Brief updates this time, as things are hectic! As the election campaign enters its final 10 days, the news from the Mediterranean and Nepal is so awful that it reminds us just how lucky we are in many … Continue reading

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My case in 6 short points

Hi all, I understand there has been a huge surge of interest in the final days of electoral registration, and postal votes are now pouring in for the closest race in Broxtowe’s history. I’ve written tens of thousands of words … Continue reading

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The “Time to Care” policy/ More hustings galore! / What about Scotland?

Hi all, Postal voting and proxy voting The election is now halfway over and those of you who have postal votes will receive them this week. Please send your votes in quickly if so – research shows that 80% of … Continue reading

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Hustings galore/ New endorsements/ Borough elections/ Help save buses/ Walk-in centres

Hi all, Lots to report! First, many thanks to the gigantic crowd that came to the first Beeston hustings event at the Parish Church, where five of the candidates debated a wide range of issues for two hours. Many thanks … Continue reading

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