Monthly Archives: February 2016

Unitary havoc

I understand the five little district councils in Oxfordshire are plotting with some neighbouring districts to have Oxfordshire County Council scrapped with some responsibilities transferred to the NHS and others to the districts which propose to form four unitary district … Continue reading

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Boris shows his mettle

Well done, Boris!  I am sure this was not an easy decision either in terms of your personal relationship with DC or your ambitions in politics but I am so glad you are voting Leave.  I am quite sure you … Continue reading

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Dress down Britain

We are becoming a scruffy nation, led by the media.  When I turn to Channel 4 News at 7:00 pm on a weekday, mainly to avoid the dreadful The One Show on BBC1, I expect a bunch of lefties to be talking … Continue reading

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Banbury stirs the pot

Banbury Conservative Constituency Association holds its AGM next Saturday.  The guest speaker is Andrea Leadsom, MP for South Northants.  She is one of the 2010 intake and took over from Tim Boswell who had served as MP for Daventry before … Continue reading

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Oxon MPs and Europe

We have six members of parliament in Oxfordshire. Five are Conservative and there is one Labour MP.  Here is their stated position on the EU referendum as I understand it at the current time.  I will update as the UNDECIDED make up … Continue reading

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Euroshambles

For those who were uncertain about the EU referendum, surely the shambles we have witnessed over the last few days and the English breakfast that slid through brunch to lunch and ended up as a late dinner  will have helped them … Continue reading

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Boycotting boycots

I see that our beloved government wants to prevent local councils from promoting boycots. I think this is a shame and anti-democratic. If a local council wants to launch a stupid PC boycot, it’s local electors are perfectly capable of … Continue reading

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