Interesting, informative and funny items.
Editors Note; Here’s a quirky ‘take’ on the consequences of Brexit. We welcome others. By Paul Cotterhill; Councillor for the Socialist Republic of Bickerstaffe. Interested in making things happen, except when there’s cricket on. Sadly, there’s never cricket on. My initial post on the potential for use of the little-used Sustainable Communities Act 2007 (SCA),
The Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement, also known as CETA, has collapsed; the Canadian trade minister Chrystia Freeland told journalists it was “impossible” to reconcile the differences with Wallonia and has returned to Canada. However, the President of the EU Parliament, Martin Schulz, said he was hopeful that a compromise could be found to clear
By Jeff Goulding on 20 October 2016: Inspired by the 1960s movements for peace and equality, Dylan wrote The Times They Are a-Changin’, But were they? asks Jeff Goulding. Bob Dylan was recently awarded the Nobel prize for literature. Of course the award owes more to the truth in his lyrics, than the tune in
By Inka Stafrace – freelance videographer- campaigner founder of polly tikkle productions: The Communities Secretary Sajid Javid, is the head of the UK Department for Communities and Local Government. His department’s remit includes decentralisation (of power) and community cohesion amongst other things. So it is decidely ironic that today he has overruled Lancashire’s Local Council