Category Archives: UK Affairs

Equal Love

Last Tuesday’s debate and vote on Equal Marriage in the House of Commons was historic and for me it felt like an important moment for equality in this country. The Marriage (Same Sex) Bill has stirred emotions on both sides … Continue reading

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London’s Big Moment

Do you remember where you were on 6th July 2005? I do. I was in my office in Bristol and I remember being in the literature room listening to the radio as the host city for the 2012 Olympic and … Continue reading

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Three Cheers For Our Monarchy

Well, what a weekend! We have seen sights in London that have made history and created a sense of national pride that can not be diminished lightly. The Diamond Jubilee celebrations for Queen Elizabeth II have taken place across a … Continue reading

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Drop the Bill

I am sure you are already aware that the Government is planning the biggest re-organisation of the NHS since it began in 1948. Despite outspoken public and professional opinion they are going ahead with their planned NHS reforms spearheaded by … Continue reading

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Scottish Police investigate brutal killing of gay man

Police are investigating the death of Stuart Walker in Ayrshire, Scotland. The 28 year old gay man was found dead tied to a lamp-post in the early hours of Saturday morning. He had been brutally beaten, tied to the lamp-post … Continue reading

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Occupy LSX – Statement

In follow up to my post yesterday regarding the Occupy LSX group I wanted to bring you this statement released by the protesters in response the decision to close St Paul’s Cathedral. Statement from OccupyLSX Posted on OccupyLSX.org October 21, … Continue reading

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Occupy LSX – Inside the Camp

Today I visited the camp set up by The Occupy London Stock Exchange movement. The protesters who have been inspired by events in the US are campaigning against the greed of the banking industry and the way the general public … Continue reading

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