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Polls lie – votes don’t – why did we vote this way?

The people of England voted against the Conservatives on Thursday – they were unified in that. Those people were not so clear about the alternative, Labour picked up over 500 seats lost, the Liberals over 400 and the Greens close … Continue reading

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What my neighbours think

The night job I went out canvassing last night, I only spoke to about 30 people but one thing I am sure of – this election is not being fought on pensions. People were talking from their flats about sovereignty, … Continue reading

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Conservative manifesto best on pensions

Fantastic news that today’s Conservative Manifesto includes a commitment to look at the pensions net pay anomaly. I hope all other parties will now make the same commitment. pic.twitter.com/4MUXrwlDCE — Adrian Boulding (@AdrianBoulding) November 24, 2019 Adrian , along with … Continue reading

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What hope should WASPI take from political promises?

A very complex issue This is not a blog about the rights or wrongs of WASPI, it is simply a statement about party political promises to women in  the UK , born in the nineteen fifties. Their case is made … Continue reading

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A third way for pensions? Not this time!

Liberal pension policy – ahem! I was asked yesterday, after my discussion of the Labour party’s pension manifesto , to analyse other party’s pension policy commitments. I’d like to write a headline about Liberal party support for present and future … Continue reading

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Let these politicians do some work!

We have had so many referendums and elections and leadership battles and cabinet reshuffles over the past two years, that politicians may have forgotten they are here to govern the country. We elect 650 people every five years to do … Continue reading

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Power or the proper exercise of power? #villagate

The Liberals are more likely to be in power after May than Conservative or Labour The irony of Milliband’s and Cameron’s obsessions with two party politics is that this country is now 1-10 on to have no overall majority in the next … Continue reading

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