London Liberal Democrats have today announced their team of candidates for the London Assembly top-up list in 2012.
In an article in the Lib Dem News, Ben Stoneham paid tribute to the Party’s National Diversity Adviser, Issan Ghazni for his invaluable contributions over the last 3 years.
When I lived in Slovakia during the 1990s, it was traditional (so I was told) for young women to write the names of potential husbands on little pieces of paper and stick these into halusky (little pieces of dough).
Astonishing remarks by the former Tory Prime Minister, suggesting extending the present arrangement after the next general election. No thanks! We’re our own party, with our own policies and our own priorities.
The Treasury Select Committee is warning the Government over one of its most controversial cutbacks, because it could unfairly penalise couples where one partner works and the other stays at home to care for their children.
Not my words, but the PM’s during last year’s Euro Election campaign when referring to UKIP, admittedly endorsing former would be leader Robert Kilroy-Silk’s definition of them.
Oh dear! No sooner had I posted yesterday about the new peerages, than a senior (albeit not in the government) Tory peer comes out with something so astonishingly crass that it does make you wonder about the Prime Minister’s judgement in appointing h
News from No. 10 that, “The Queen has been graciously pleased to signify Her intention of conferring Peerages of the United Kingdom for Life upon the undermentioned…
‘We, the people of the United Nations determined to save succeeding generations from the scourge of war… to reaffirm faith in fundamental human rights, in the dignity and worth of the human person…
Earlier today, I was representing council at the Remembrance Sunday Service, when I was reminded of the contributions made by people of colour to the war effort for Britain, past and present.