It was brought to my attention recently that the Met has sold Sunbury Cadet (in Sunbury, obviously) as part of it’s austerity measures. That left me feeling a little bit sad, not because the bricks and mortar had been sold, as one of our number commented “did Christianity collapse when they burnt churches? 488 more words
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I was chatting to my old mate Dick over at Force HQ the other day (no, I’m not going to tell you which Force) and I got the distinct impression that, despite promises to the contrary, the Front Line was getting a wee bit stretched. 397 more words
First the five ex-Respect councillors decided to support Bradford Labour’s execution of the Tory austerity cuts.
And now Bradford People’s Campaign Against the Cuts (BPCAC) has gone back in its promise to stand one or more candidates against the Con-Dem-Lab cabal in City Hall. 158 more words
I begin by thanking @Peter_Kirkham for the inspiration for today’s blog. I have no idea where he dug it up from but he found and circulated a scientifically based academic document entitled… 230 more words