Monthly Archives: March 2010

What future for West Road in Newnham?

There is an open consultation on the Cambridge City Council website (see http://www.cambridge.gov.uk/ccm/content/transport-and-streets/cycling-and-walking/cycle-route-consultation.en) that affects many residents of Newnham and Cambridge. Advertisements

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Blurring the boundaries between party and state

As I was walking through Newnham yesterday, I was approached by a local resident who was anxious to raise a significant planning issue that affects the ward. I will write about that issue in another post, but what struck about … Continue reading

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Election campaign funding

Below is a copy of a letter I have sent to the Cambridge News in response to an article in their Tuesday edition about South Cambridgeshire Conservative Association contacting their supporters to raise £20,000 for the election.

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What do we stand for?

The new Conservative policy statement leading into the last 2 months of the present Labour government (probably) was unveiled in Brighton a week ago and needs to become a mantra: Act on Debt Get Britain working Make Britain family friendly … Continue reading

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Is this treason?

Via Tory Bear, with thanks to Old Holborn.

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