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Election reflections

London’s new mayor seems to be no surprise. Boris Johnson was obviously a hard act to follow and it took someone of his stature to win the mayoralty for two terms in what is so clearly a Labour city.  I … Continue reading

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Don’t be vague, William Haigh!

It seems to be an open secret that David Cameron wants to keep us in the European Union and grandees like Michael Heseltine are firmly in the YES camp. John Major has spoken strongly in favour of remaining in and … Continue reading

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Scotland sees sense – now, will Cameron?

After all the media hype, it was very comforting to wake this morning to find that we still have a United Kingdom and by a convincing margin of 54:46.  I spent a couple of days in the Scottish borders, visiting … Continue reading

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