- How not to flounce 14 Jun 2018
I have made a study of flouncing. Some do it well and some don’t. The Scottish Nationalists got it wrong in Prime Minister’s Questions on Wednesday. The best flounce is at a table. You stand up, ostentatiously throw your napkin on the table, gaze down [Read More]
- Two steps forward 31 May 2018
Two good news stories for the environment and environmentalists emerged last week. One was the introduction of the Ivory Bill in Parliament on 23 May which will ban all commercial dealing in ivory in the UK that ‘could directly or indirectly fuel the poaching of [Read More]
- Apprenticeships for the future 23 May 2018
This is the time of year that applicants for apprenticeships look to sign up. There have been sweeping changes to this crucial area of further education and training and although the Government’s ambitious target of 3 million new apprenticeships has not yet been reached, there [Read More]
This is a "small" #ElectricTrawler that is AUTHORIZED to drag chains & electrodes all the way to the beach! Here in the Netherlands, traditional fishers call them "killing machines". THIS IS NOT FISHING. THIS IS MADNESS. YOU CAN STOP IT. Act here https://t.co/NtJ7Dyofmd @Bloom_FR
.@theresa_may: "By delivering a long-term plan for our NHS’s future – and backing it with the money it needs to – we can make sure the NHS continues to be there for all of us." https://t.co/F4Y2gWjqFy
Chope's vote underlines the problem with the current anti-establishment narrative. It's the Jacob Rees-Mogg conceit. "Agree with him or not, he sticks to what he believes". Sorry, but that's not a positive if what he believes is bat-shit crazy.
Richard Benyon was re-elected as the Member of Parliament for Newbury on 8 June 2017, with a majority of 24,380. Richard won 61.5 per cent of the vote share.
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