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Philp left to ponder as PM's reshuffle passes him by

The government’s failed reshuffle was an even bigger failure for one Croydon politician, as WALTER CRONXITE reports

Chris Philp, the forever-thrusting Tory MP for Croydon South, might well be asking himself what he’s done wrong, after he was left out of Theresa May’s omnishambles reshuffle. 1,203 more words

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Tories' reward for failure: ex-MP Barwell gets £31,000 pay hike

A 22% pay rise, plus winding-up expenses, jobs for the boys (and girl), resettlement grants and a very generous redundancy package means that one Croydon Conservative has never had it so good. 997 more words

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New group paper: Old formation ages of igneous clasts on the L chondrite parent body reflect an early generation of planetesimals or chondrule formation

The Barwell meteorite is the largest British meteorite. It was seen to fall over Leicestershire on Christmas eve (24th December) 1965, and a total mass of 44 kg has been recovered. 614 more words

Space

SPAD Creatura about to become dumb and dumber at Town Hall

WALTER CRONXITE reports on how the law of unintended consequences – and the rules of the Civil Service – might just be about to catch up with Gavin Barwell’s gobby… 981 more words

Croydon

Barwell gets his social media bag-carrier a job at No10

WALTER CRONXITE reports on the predictable and inevitable latest piece of Croydon nepotism going on in Downing Street

Things are so bad for the interim Prime¬† Minister Theresa May that she’s sent for help from… Mario Creatura. 900 more words

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Gaffe-prone Gav in spotlight over leaked Brexit 'Merlot Memo'

Gaffe-prone Gavin Barwell is feeling the political heat this week from a couple of political big beasts – and former Tory chums – as he stands accused of leaking a confidential memo on Brexit which had been handed to his boss, the interim Prime Minister Theresa May, by Boris Johnson and Michael Gove. 888 more words

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Prime Minister's Chief of Staff attends meeting with Westfield

In the midst of the threat of a global nuclear war, heightened terror threats at home and the complications of the Brexit negotiations with the European Union, the Prime Minister’s Chief of Staff, Gavin Barwell, has found the time to attend a meeting with shopping centre developers Westfield. 595 more words

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