Category Archives: European referendum

Pushing the Green Liberal Imperative

Pushing the Green Liberal Imperative I am writing this in my caravan on holiday in Europe. It is not clear as I write what will happen next in the saga that is the UK`s political narrative. But what is reasonably … Continue reading

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Liberal Democrat/Green Party primaries

Flying a Kite OK – It has been a while since my last Blog post. I have been busy fighting elections, both local and European as well as organising the next Green Liberal Democrat summer conference in Nottingham for 15th … Continue reading

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Open letter to the Queen

Open letter to the Queen Dear Elizabeth Windsor, I have never considered myself your “subject”, so I hope you will forgive the unusual lack of protocol in addressing you this way. Nevertheless, I am moved to write to you given … Continue reading

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The Treaty of London 1518

Just a quick reference to the quincentenary of the Treaty of London in 1518 during the reign of Henry Vlll. It was an early version of the European Union and I have just referred to it in a Blog Post … Continue reading

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Defusing the Environmental Logic Bomb in Brexit

Defusing the Environmental Logic Bomb in Brexit Logic Bomb – def: A logic bomb is malware that is triggered by a response to an event or when a specific date/time is reached. I recently participated in the People`s Vote march … Continue reading

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Channelling my anger (or – “Poking the Hornets` Nest” part 2?)

Channelling my anger (or – Poking the Hornets` Nest part 2?) As you will know if you read my earlier post about poking the hornets` nest a little while ago, we submitted a resolution for the Liberal Democrat autumn conference … Continue reading

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Darwin – Green Liberal Democrat? (serendipity part 1)

I have long held the view that serendipity plays a significant role in the furtherance of human knowledge and understanding and, by reason of timing, geography and my need for a cup of coffee, I found myself, this morning, wondering … Continue reading

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