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The Interview

I was finally called in for an interview last month.

Finally.

Thank goodness.

I may be of some use to this world after all.

It was a part-time office assistant gig. 915 more words

Unemployment

MPs are only human...

A campaign supporter has been in touch due to a troubling response from her MP to her request that they support Paula Sherriff MP with her Accessible Toilets Bill in November. 681 more words

Charles Stewart Parnell's Last Public Appearance

Charles Stewart Parnell makes his last public appearance at Creggs, County Galway on September 27, 1891.

After the split caused by the controversy over his relationship with… 444 more words

Irish History

Corbyn's 'commonsense socialism' is creating real change

CROYDON COMMENTARY: The Labour Party’s annual conference ended in Liverpool with progress being made, writes DAVID WHITE

“I am a socialist and one day so will the Labour Party be.” 769 more words

Croydon Council

Member of parliament appeals for litter cleanup, Kingston community responds

It may not be everyone’s favourite way to spend a Saturday morning, but for Joyce Forsythe, answering M.P. Mark Gerretsen’s call to clean up litter in Doug Fluhrer Park was important. 277 more words

Environment

MP Williamson's Democracy Roadshow set to roll into Croydon

Political editor WALTER CRONXITE reports on how the battle for the heart and soul of the Labour Party is coming to the borough next week… 1,097 more words

Croydon

#OTD in 1851 – Birth of nationalist politician, John Dillon, in Blackrock, Co Dublin.

John Dillon served as a Member of Parliament (MP) for over 35 years and was the last leader of the Irish Parliamentary Party. By political disposition Dillon was an advocate of Irish nationalism, originally a follower of Charles Stewart Parnell, supporting land reform and Irish Home Rule. 489 more words

Irish History