Tag Archives: Local Elections

Local Elections 2019

This was a more interesting election than most. And with a lot of aspects, it is to be expected that there will be a lot of “Spinning”. I will “spin” it my way over a series of posts here. The … Continue reading

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I Will Vote SDLP

Tomorrow I will vote SDLP. Basically we vote for parties that represent our unique combination of high ideals and not-so-high self interest. People on the “left” have more ideals than people on the right. People on the right have more … Continue reading

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Local Elections (England & Wales)

There is something almost ritualistic about local elections for Councils in England and Wales. Held every May, a proportion of council seats are up for grabs. The number of people voting is actually quite small (seemingly 32% yesterday). Labour do … Continue reading

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Boris & Ken….Back To The Future

There is something strangely out of date about the London Mayoral Election. Boris Johnson, Bullingdon Tory and current Mayor and professional buffoon will win. But really he is exactly the wrong sort of candidate for the 21st Century Comservative Party. … Continue reading

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