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Michael Beckett chosen to fight Rotherham for the Liberal Democrats

Michael Beckett has been chosen as the Lib Dem candidate to fight Rotherham in the parliamentary by-election later this month. He was chosen from a shortlist of candidates by local party members.

In his professional life, Michael Beckett has helped businesses in Yorkshire grow, and has a good understanding of the problems the economic situation is having on companies in the area. Also, as a former manager for the Citizens Advice Bureau, he has many years helping the most vulnerable individuals with their problems.

Michael says that …

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I hope this isn’t what Labour means by sensible debate over Parliamentary boundaries

We’ve heard a lot in recent weeks about how keen the Labour Party is to have sensible debate, careful consideration and proper analysis of the government’s proposals to change the way Parliamentary boundaries are drawn up.

So if you were to take a look at an article just written for a Labour pressure group by a current MP (i.e. one who has been in Parliament whilst the legislation has had all its House of Commons stages) and member of the Labour Party, and published by a Labour pressure group, you’d expect it perhaps to contribute to that serious debate. Or at …

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  • User AvatarPeter Martin 24th May - 7:02am
    It still seems too early to get back into political discussion. I'm still feeling rather numb after Monday night's events. But maybe we can discuss...
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    Thekes-: Would you stop the F.A. cup final or the rugby cup final as being trivial noise, or draining resources ,risking safety etc ,whilst families...
  • User AvatarTynan 24th May - 3:48am
    Andrew McCaig-: I would suggest your statement says more about you than May or the conservative party.
  • User AvatarGlenn 24th May - 1:34am
    I think getting side tracked by arguments about the IRA misses the point. The IRA had a distinct organised chain of command, weapons stores and...
  • User Avatarmalc 24th May - 12:23am
    @Graham Evans ‘While the IRA did not explicitly set out to kill civilians,’ You obviously don't recall Gerry Adams saying the families of British servicemen/women...
  • User AvatarIan Sanderson (RM3) 23rd May - 10:30pm
    @Graham Evans 'While the IRA did not explicitly set out to kill civilians,' That's a really fallacious argument. In the Northern Ireland troubles, all terrorist...