- Why we need to develop hard-edged campaigning (Helen Flynn)
- How sad it is to see England out (George Smid)
- The UK and the EU have a chance to stand up for drug policy reform (Henry Fisher)
- Wise appointments by Tim maintain the party’s even-handed Middle East approach (Paul Walter)
- No, we didn’t call the flag nasty. (James Baker)
- A Canadian prediction
- Can a bit of self-reflection make online comment threads more civil?
- Riverside smell problem tackled
- I'm starting to think the new shadow cabinet resembles the old one - but on amphetamines
- Making the most of Urban Green Space - afternoon lecture
- Bin day change and extra collection for some in Gatley
- Links I found interesting for 13-10-2015
- The Blood is the Life for 13-10-2015
- A6 to Manchester Airport Relief Road on track
- Welsh Government should accept its M4 plans are doomed
- Matthew Huntbach 13th Oct - 9:42am
Bolano What places Matthew Huntbach and Clegg side-by-side, regardless of their antipathy towards each other, is that they both obsess the numbers. It’s not enough...
- Peter Bancroft 13th Oct - 9:14am
Good article. There seems to be a lock of willingness to measure our campaigning techniques against those of our competitors, preferring instead to believe that...
- John Marriott 13th Oct - 8:57am
As I said at the start of this thread, it was money that gave the Tories the edge last May. I have to disagree with...
- Jayne Mansfield 13th Oct - 8:56am
@ Helen Dudden, To stop tragedies happening, or at least reduce the number of tragedies, surely it is better that people look at the evidence...
- Ian Sanderson (RM3) 13th Oct - 8:47am
@David Raw 'England out of the world cup doesn’t seem that much of a tragedy in East Lothian' Of course, for soccer fans in East...
- Pat 13th Oct - 8:45am
Thank goodness Caroline Lucas is on the Remain IN campaign team. She is a much respected female politician and women will be interested in what...