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Electoral Commission Trying to Regulate Blogs:

Dear Electoral Commission, Thanks, but I am not registering with you and I’m not going to pay any attention to your rules. Yours in freedom, Nick Clarke Extracted from the Guido Fawkes blog and in support of their stand. The Electoral Commission has written to Guido, ConservativeHome, LabourList and LibDemVoice to provide them with “guidance” … Continue reading

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Hospital A&E capacity crisis

It appears that our A&E depts are under pressure. That is normal at this time of year and has to be expected. No organisation puts in place capacity to manage every possible spike as it would be very expensive. However, things are different these days. I believe that a large number of patients are being … Continue reading

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Golf – the new politics

After many years of being an occasional golfer I have now started to play three times a week and sometimes more. I’m still at the scuffer stage but submitted my first card today towards a handicap. A very satisfying if frustrating game. Often it is very obvious what the correct direction of travel should be … Continue reading

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Great day – sunshine, grandson and electioneering

I had a morning with my supporters discussing progress to date, shuffling yet more leaflets between ourselves and passing around war stories of the campaign so far. Lots of great feedback from all around my division. Two leaflets and lots of doors knocked on and momentum is rising. Interesting comments from a number of people … Continue reading

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Conservative campaign – positive and well received

A great day in my division. Lots of leaflets dropped and some great chats. I have been encouraged by the many offers of help and messages of support. Speaking on the doorstep, unhappiness with national politicians of all parties is raised. When I have explained our local priorities of protecting the vulnerable, helping people live … Continue reading

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“Labour is the real nasty party”

Interesting piece by Kavanagh of The Sun. I can remember the pain the unions caused to everyone, the old, the sick and the young alike. We must never forget. “WHO divided Britain? Was it Margaret Thatcher, who inherited a country split asunder by sullen strikers who refused to bury the dead or clear the garbage? … Continue reading

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