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How can the current council inspire a more vibrant creative Bradford, they have never lived themselves, no thrills in their veins! Just the ordinary usual. Which is fine for the ‘usual’ requiring people, but why would the creatives, the inspired, the fun loving consumers, vibrant communities want any part of Bradford, when the very people entrusted to bring more of these citizen into the city (and their trade) have no idea who these people even are. 148 more words
I’ve neglected to mention this, I keep meaning to but I keep forgetting. Since the outrage at last week’s election results in the UK, interest in a year-old petition for the North of England to join Scotland and be independent from England sudenly rekindled and pulled in thousands of signatures. 664 more words
I’ve taken this long to comment upon the election because I’ve just gotten up off the floor from that baseball bat in the nads of an exit poll. 1,361 more words
Bradford is a Galloway-Free Zone. Were sweeter words ever written?
After the shenanigans of the election, with allegations of electoral fraud here and criminality there, a lie for a lie being the order of the day (if one is to believe the parties and, let’s face it, why would you?), the dust is beginning to settle. 1,365 more words
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I originally set up this blog as a means of holding the government, and by definition the establishment to account for their actions. The results of the General Election of 2015 has now highlighted the need to take urgent action.
When I presented at Marketing Manchester’s members’ meeting back in November some of you may remember that I briefly mentioned ‘Northern Futures’ – a one-off initiative led by the Deputy Prime Minister which would see £10 million released to help the North (the North West, Yorkshire and Humberside and North East) showcase itself as a top international tourist destination. 619 more words