I’ve signally failed to blog about what has become known as Alan Johnson’s Nutt Sack. The appalling way in which this government is sliding into irrelevance – and how Her Majesty’s Opposition is always only too ready to act as an echo chamber on matters when this government is truly, spectacularly wrong, is both profoundly… Continue reading Andrew Hickey on drugs: half right
This is the continuation of my series of posts in response to the Lib Dems’ Quality of Life consulation paper. Part one can be found here. Part two can be found here. 16. How can we actively promote ‘good neighbour’ policies? Noting that word “actively” my response is that we shouldn’t. More equal societies tend… Continue reading Quality of Life (3) – Communities, Activities and Mental Health
I can’t help but feel that this statement reveals all too much about the mental state of our beloved Home Secretary: Speaking during Home Office questions in the House of Commons, Ms Smith said: “I’ve spoken to him this morning about his comments. I’ve told him that I was surprised and profoundly disappointed by the… Continue reading The Home Secretary: an unacceptable risk?