Category Archives: Politics

Mark Field was right

Talking of common sense, what a lot of nonsense about Mark Field, the Foreign Office Minister who removed a trespassing protestor from a Mansion House dinner.  He was dead right to take action and to remove this woman from a … Continue reading

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An obituary

Today we mourn the passing of a beloved old friend, Common Sense, who has been with us for many years.  No one knows for sure how old he was, because his birth records were long ago lost in bureaucratic red tape. He … Continue reading

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Here we go again …..

I see Adderbury is being threatened with the holding of another Parish Poll.  You may remember the last one, instigated by residents from Horn Hill Road and the surrounding area and which sought to oppose the development of recreation and … Continue reading

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New 50 pence Brexit coin

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A view from across the water …..

I had this from a good friend and thought it worth sharing ….. Donald R. “Dick” Ivey, PhD, is a minister, educator, technology executive, entrepreneur,  Marine Corp Veteran and straight-shooting Republican Patriot from Celina, Texas, who is Fed up!  Here’s … Continue reading

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Adderbury Parish Council By-Election RESULT

              Voting for: Iain Corcoran           266 Vicky Head               329 Declared elected:   Vicky Head Majority:                         63 Turnout:                         25.1% Well done Vicky!    

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Another hike in the Council Tax?

I see Thames Valley Police want to push up the Council Tax.  I have voted NO in their consultation exercise which did not seek to find out my reasons so I will set them out here.  I would support an … Continue reading

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The balloon goes up

I felt deeply ashamed to be English during the visit of the President of the United States to our country.  Regardless of who fills the office, we owe it to the office of that great country to pay respect and the … Continue reading

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Channel Four the Propaganda Channel

We generally watch the BBC national news at 6:00 pm and the Oxford news at 6:30 pm.  Increasingly politically correct, I fear and clearly pro-EU and anti-Brexit but, otherwise, fairly reliable for balance and objectivity. The same cannot be said … Continue reading

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Two views on Facebook

My first view on Facebook is that of a good friend who lives in Bloxham: Facebook for seniors.  To others of my generation who still do not and cannot comprehend why Facebook even exists, maybe try the following, as I am … Continue reading

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