Monthly Archives: June 2012

Frisking an MP’s voting record

I decided to frisk my MP’s voting record after disagreeing with a fellow constituent on Facebook, who argued that politicians look after their constituents’ interests before party loyalties are considered. Let’s see who was right (as if we need to, … Continue reading

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Has Daniel Hannan just been stringing us along?

Dan Hannan confidently predicts that there will be an EU referendum. The question of whether there will be, or should be, a referendum on our continued membership and the terms of that membership is the hottest topic in politics. Too … Continue reading

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A good time for flags (unless you are Eric Pickles)

Hello everybody. It has been such a good time for selling flags that there has been little time left for blogging or much else. I have been working fourteen hours a day, maybe more. If I was an employee I … Continue reading

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