Here is an idea. I would like to propose a change to H&S regulations to the effect that any politician who complains about health & safety regulations in the workplace is not only exempt from all such regulations themselves, but if they ever go on a photo opportunity visit to a construction site, factory, warehouse, […]
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June 18th, 2014 · 4 Comments · Politics
Guess who just got back today? Them wild eyed boys that had been away Haven’t changed, haven’t much to say But man, I still think them cats are crazy So, I went to the town hall on Friday for the annual council meeting, to see my Labour colleagues take their places back in charge and […]
Tags: Crawley Council
We have been at the vets quite a bit over the last week. One of our cats was not very well, in fact was very close to being dead. The vets got to the bottom of it, discovering a kidney problem, and more or less fixing her. Each time I went there I had the […]
June 7th, 2014 · No Comments · Politics
…hopefully very different to the old boss! Now that control of Crawley council has changed hands it will be interesting to see what happens. The Crawley News jumped in quick with their suggestion of what Labour’s top ten priorities should be. It is a strange list. For a start, it includes three things that the […]
June 5th, 2014 · No Comments · Politics
This is unusual. It is our constituency meeting tomorrow and I am actually looking forward to it, even though it is an AGM. Even more remarkable, this is not just because it is our first meeting since the local election victories, but because there is a proposal to change the structure of the party and […]
Tags: Labour Party
June 2nd, 2014 · No Comments · Politics
This is where I eat my own words a little bit, even though I didn’t actually say them aloud at the time. Just before the elections there was an article on the BBC website about voters being told not to take selfies while voting. At the time I thought this was all a bit officious. […]
May 25th, 2014 · Comments Off · Politics
Not sure exactly why the Crawley News chose to illustrate a story about a Tory councillor sending a tweet with a picture of him being meerkatted, but surely it is crying out for a better caption than “CONCEDING DEFEAT: Duncan Crow” Any suggestions?
May 24th, 2014 · Comments Off · Politics
Today was the local election count in Crawley. Finally all that walking up and down knocking on doors and delivering leaflets was over, and to avoid withdrawal symptoms I found myself doing a lot more walking. I had a feeling it would be a good day. It was Friday and there was a long bank […]
May 22nd, 2014 · Comments Off · Politics
Polling day tomorrow, so that means no more delivering leaflets for a while, which is handy now that it has started tipping down outside.