Browsing All posts tagged under »Labour Party«

Climate Change: What can we do?

November 10, 2015

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Last night’s Cantelowes Labour Party meeting was a bit of an eye opener. Linda Etchart, an expert in global development, talked about how the Paris Summit (#COP21) is a vital time in the fight against climate change. The environment was a non-issue at the last election with no party making a forceful case for a green economy (yes, […]

How popular is the Shadow Cabinet?

October 23, 2015

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Labour List regularly runs a poll to find out how Labour supporters rank their own Shadow Cabinet’s effectiveness. The latest results show that a relatively new and unknown Shadow Cabinet is already as popular as Ed Miliband’s last, ill fated, shadow team. While not as popular as the former Shadow Cabinet was just before the […]

How much did Boots spend attacking Labour?

February 3, 2015

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The Lobbying Act is in full force and charities are apparently scaling back political comment in fear of being reprimanded by the Electoral Commission for being a non-party campaigner. But corporates are not so shy. Take Boots’ attack on Ed Miliband and the resulting argument with the Labour party. With the Lobbying Act limiting spending on regulated PR […]

Taking the BS out of the Big Society

July 19, 2010

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After a lack of interest the first time around, the Big Society was finally launched to the consumer today. The anticipation was immense – the Twittersphere was groaning under the #bigsociety trend and the months of preparation and planning by Big Society agitators was finally to pay off. Except it still hasn’t. Not really. It […]