Tag Archives: Cameron

We get our country back

Listening to the referendum programme on BBC TV was an interesting experience overnight.  The graphics were good and gripping but, as the night advanced and the results tumbled in, I could sense an unease from the broadcasters.  They could see … Continue reading

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A message for Cameron

There are times when you stand by your friends, right or wrong and there are times when you leave them standing on the precipice. Today is the latter.  Britain – with a “t” in the middle – is certainly not … Continue reading

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Cameron with the enemy

I have to say that I find the sight of  David Cameron cavorting with his political enemies in support of the Remain campaign absolutely appalling.  I have not felt I had a Member of Parliament since May 2015 and now I … Continue reading

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In whose name, Oxon District Leaders?

I see the Oxfordshire District Councils are bidding for the creation of four unitary districts and the abolition of Oxfordshire County Council.  I am very curious to know how much the district leaders took their members into their confidence before … Continue reading

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Cameron’s conspiracy

There is speculation that Cameron is planning to restructure the Conservative Party by abolishing the Constituency associations and replacing them with groupings of constituencies run by Party professionals. The Party has always described itself as  having three parts: MPs & … 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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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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