Monthly Archives: May 2015

A failure to protect Trowell/Tram launch update/Benefits – some hard facts

Hi all, Two short news items, and then a discussion of benefit cuts. A probable “no” to routing open-cast traffic directly onto the M1 One of the more minor challenges I proposed for the Conservative leadership in my last email … Continue reading

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Five challenges for Broxtowe’s Conservatives

Hi all, I’ve now responded individually to all the (over 300) readers who sent kind messages after the election, and I’d like to move on to what happens next in Broxtowe. The time for congratulations and regrets has now passed: … Continue reading

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Broxtowe local election news

Hi all, Thanks for all the warm personal messages, which I’m responding to gradually. Just a quick update as promised, on the Broxtowe borough council elections. The count is not quite finished, as it was disrupted by two mislaid boxes … Continue reading

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Congratulations to Anna Soubry / Thanks to everyone / Next steps

Hi all, First, as you’ll generally be aware, Anna Soubry was re-elected with a good majority: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/politics/constituencies/E14000607 My vote was much the same as last time, but the Conservative and UKIP votes shot up while the LibDem vote fell heavily. … Continue reading

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Vote Nick Palmer on Thursday – a final message before we decide

Hello all, This will be my final general email before the election. I‘d like to round off the campaign with two parallel appeals for your support for me and the Labour team, national and local. They are, I know, longer … Continue reading

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