Interest in the campaigning going on in Uxbridge and South Ruislip is intensified by the fact that Mayor of London Boris Johnson is hoping to return to Parliament as its Conservative candidate on May 7th. 307 more words
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UKIP Hillingdon press release 31st March 2015
In The Gazette dated 25th March, Ray Puddifoot (Left) responded to UKIP criticisms of council spending on self-promotion by stating that “Hillingdon Council is not responsible for Police budgets” and accused our Parliamentary candidate for Uxbridge & South Ruislip, Jack Duffin, of having a ‘Lack of understanding’ 199 more words
Why do people blog? Who cares about your stupid opinion!? What's your problem you attention seeking arsehole!
What kind of sycophant, sadistic, simpleton feels the need to blog every day, 3 times a day, about un-important , boring and meaningless shit. Who are you to force upon the unsuspecting public your empty opinions and feelings? 233 more words
The campaign for the general elections officially kicked off today, with politicians now being more focused than eve…wait, hang on.
Right. Let’s start again.
Timing is everything in politics. Growth in the economy. A few weeks from another Tory triumph, or another patchy coalition? Scriptwriter James Graham looks backwards to what happened five-years ago, when the Conservatives formed a coalition government with the Liberals. 617 more words
An extension of the Bakerloo line via Camberwell is more popular than an alternative route via Old Kent Road, it emerged today.
Transport for London said 96 per cent of the 15,000 people responding to a consultation backed the idea of extending the Tube from Elephant and Castle further into south-east London. 197 more words