It is time to hear their stories, listen to real experiences and respond with effective policies
The Tories are “telling lies” when they deny having “cheated” election law to win crucial seats in the General Election, two
So, for the record: we are not trying to win, but to change the democratic system; and we are not setting up a new party, but hoping to improve how MPs represent the electorate, whichever party they are aligned with.
In 2004 I embarked, somewhat foolishly and naively, on a journey to write a trilogy of books about masculinity. In 2013 the third book was published, I sighed in relief, they had consumed nine years of my life. During the writing hiatuses I would tour a one-man show in which I experimented with concepts and ideas for the books. Those were tough times.
If one man in Stroud can find a viable alternative to powering cars over 150mph, surely the best brains in the country can work out how to pull Britain through the recession? Written like that, it sounds so simple, doesn't it? So, if there's a consensus that what we're doing now isn't working, what is the alternative? Certainly in Europe, the politicians haven't convinced the electorate that austerity is the way forward. Witness the general strikes in Greece and rioting in Spain. When there is no alternative, people take the law into their own hands.
Two people have been arrested on suspicion of assault after a man's body was found washed up on a beach. A member of the
A man has admitted stabbing his wife's cat to death following a drunken argument. Andrew Beese appeared at Gloucester Magistrates
It turns out the Water Industry isn't really regulated in the public interest at all; but rather, for protecting a range of commercial vested interests. The concept of holistic catchment management, where capturing rainwater against dry spells should be common sense, is still not remotely the norm.