I’ve spent the last few days running a workshop in Cardiff. A lot of fun, a lot of ideas, some of which I may talk about here. Haven’t been to The ‘Diff since 1999 and its interesting to see how it has changed, particularly the Bay area. The Millennium Centre in particular impressed me and… Continue reading Catching up
I was wondering which candidate would be the first to succomb to the temptations of the bar chart. In the end, I was unsurprised to discover it was Simon Hughes on his new (vastly improved) website. It is a shame however that the Hughes Campaign have chosen to endorse data which is statistically meaningless, methodologically… Continue reading A straight choice?
Reflecting Britain is a certainly Good Thing, but it makes me wonder how the Lib Dems can encourage more people who aren’t… how can I put this… middle class, to get involved. Of course, the advantages of being middle class are not only (or even mainly) financial, but relate to an amorphous system of cultural… Continue reading There you are, bringing class into it again