Category Archives: Politics

2010: Year for Change

Poster – “Year for Change”, originally uploaded by conservativeparty. Happy New Year! 2010 is an important and exciting year; it’s a year in which millions of Britons will have a chance to vote for a change of Government – both … Continue reading

Akmal Shaikh Executed In China

The Briton convicted of drug smuggling in China has been executed, the Foreign Office has confirmed. via Akmal Shaikh Executed In China As Briton’s Death Sentence Approved By Supreme Court | World News | Sky News. I stayed-up until the … Continue reading

ConservativeHome’s Platform: Nick de Bois: In these testing economic times we must urgently argue the case for less – not more – intervention and regulation

Nick de Bois: In these testing economic times we must urgently argue the case for less – not more – intervention and regulation Nick de Bois is the parliamentary candidate for Enfield North, the seat he also fought in 2001 … Continue reading

I’m relieved that ‘Jedward’ are off the X Factor, but what does it mean for politicians?

Don’t get me wrong; I admired the boys’ fighting spirit, and their obvious love of life, but they were in danger of derailing what should be a fair competition to find singers of talent. I’m sure that they will go … Continue reading

How should we react to the increasingly unpredictable weather being experienced in Britain?

Yet again, just over two years after the devastating floods in Tewkesbury, Britain finds itself once more coming to terms with the aftermath of a devastating freak weather occurrence and its impact on the people in Scotland and the north … Continue reading

Dutch car maker plans move to UK

Luxury car maker Spyker wants to move closer to its main parts supplier and chooses to relocate in Coventry A luxury sports car maker based in the Netherlands has announced it is moving an assembly plant to Coventry. Spyker Cars … Continue reading

Election 2010 will be fascinating!

The prospect of the forthcoming local and general elections fills me with both excitement and trepidation. The excitement stems from the fact that the local elections in May 2010 will be my first experience of running for public office, standing … Continue reading