Monthly Archives: December 2015

Rural voters and the price of milk

Tweet In recent years my campaigning activity has been limited, but having been made redundant from local government I was able at last to play an active role at the general election this year. I hit the streets with gusto … Continue reading

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A ‘beyond the urban’ viewpoint of the climate challenges we face

Tweet A contribution to the ‘Challenging Times’ edition of SERA’s New Ground – a non-urban perspective highlighting the challenges of how we do politics and are governed. Labour needs to think through – devolution and localism, particularly in England; Labour’s … Continue reading

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A fascinating map of Englishness, and Britishness in England

Tweet In June of this year I came across a BuzzFeed article 21 maps that will change how you think about Britain written by Tom Chivers.  They are all interesting, some fascinating and at least the last two of particular interest to us, as … Continue reading

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Engaging and supporting the new Leadership team

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Meeting the Knebworth Branch Labour Party

Tweet Knebworth! Scene of many historic rock gigs, and last month an excellent Labour Party branch meeting – new, old and returning members met for an evenings discussion of ‘non-urban’ issues and how Labour could approach them on the road … Continue reading

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