Why parliament is so important: just a thought before the local elections, vote to protect everything parliament is

Above and Featured Image: Future Learn Course (Parliamentary Copyright) I always vote labour but that’s my privilege. I live in Rushcliffe, where the very popular Kenneth Clarke QC MP is about to semi retire. Above Ken Clarke’s Autobiography: ‘Kind of Blue’ available from good local bookshops like Five Leaves Who will replace him? Do you […]

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John Spellar MP: let’s get the electoral register full of our voters: no drop offs!

Above: John Spellar opening D Smith’s new 3D corrugated automotive packaging facility (below the world’s first corrugated car on site, see below)   John Spellar is an active parliamentarian and MP for Warley in the West Midlands. Like a shining diamond for the electoral system that I really believe in (see my article), John attends parliament, […]

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7 or is it 8 million people have dropped off the electoral register in Britain?

  Source: Seven, or is it eight million people have ‘dropped off’ the electoral register in Britain? October 2015 article on the wonderful  PoliticalSift blog Seven, or is it eight million people have ‘dropped off’ the electoral register in Britain? World population 7 billion (source, United States Census Bureau) Now if seven, or eight million people had drowned… […]

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