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Wollaston and Corbyn the good, the bad and the ugly

Two pieces of news have dominated politics today. The fact that Dr Sarah Wollaston has joined the Liberal Democrats and that Jeremy Corbyn has partly come off the fence that he has been sitting on for three years and is … Continue reading

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Telling the truth about Brexit

Are you fed up with the debate on Brexit? Well I am! The biggest problem we have with it is that it will not stop if we do Brexit. Some people think that an Oct 31st Brexit will mean that … Continue reading

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Support the Police – legislate on drugs

Over the past few days I have watched with interest the debate on who should be the next Labour candidate to become Elected Police Commissioner on Merseyside. Now admittedly I’ve not actually seen what they said. After all I am … Continue reading

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Unleashing the power of women

For the past three days I have been at a global summit of World Merit, a charity which I chair, which encourages young people from all over the world to get involved in positive actions within their own community. They … Continue reading

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Six to Fix for a Partnership Parliament

A week or so ago I wrote about the needs for the Lib Dems to prepare for a partnership parliament. Since then we have won the Brecon by-election and a lot of the talk, quite rightly, has been about the … Continue reading

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Doing things differently to bring down the crime rate

Regular readers of this blog will know that I have long advocated a public health approach to mental and physical health issues. Crudely put this means moving the work, wherever possible, from curing ill people to preventing illness. Doing this … Continue reading

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Some thoughts on the approach to an NOC Parliament

Dear Jo, Ever since you were elected last Monday, I have been tempted to do a bit of mansplaining to assist you in your new role! However, you will be pleased to know that I have resisted the idea largely … Continue reading

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