Navigation
Your Blog Posts

Pragmatism and Special Relationship Our Trump Card

A week from today the Western world will have a new leader in the shape of Donald Trump when he becomes the 45th President of the United States.

Divorce Day

09 January 2017 12:39

Unmanageable debt post-Christmas and the January spike in diet club membership are as traditional as ‘the holly and the ivy’ and both reflect significant issues for us to address as individuals and as a society.

From House to Home

09 January 2017 12:26

Recent news has been eclipsed by the paralysis to train services brought about by union strikes.

Isolation and Lonliness

09 January 2017 12:23

For some of us – and for many reasons – Christmas can be a challenging time that brings into sharper focus feelings of isolation and loneliness.

Protecting Children Online

09 January 2017 12:22

Potentially just as harmful as drugs and alcohol is how the impact of internet porn on our children and young people has been described.

Lest we Forget

09 January 2017 12:14

It is a very sobering fact that only in one year since 1945 has there not been a British serviceman or woman killed on active service.

What's in a name?

09 January 2017 12:13

The Boundary Commission is looking at constituency sizes and names across the country - and I've made a submission.

Building Homes in Eastbourne is not so easy

There’s quite a focus on housing this week.

Earlier this week there was a bill passed in parliament which will have the effect of making ‘CPOs’ (Compulsory Purchase Orders) easier.

Working with the DGH

30 September 2016 18:45

Last week I got to be a studio guest on Radio DGH, a wonderful charity currently broadcasting across the wards of our hospital and soon to go online.

WASPI - Women Against State Pension Inequality

Please sign my WASPI petition for fairer transitional pension arrangements for women born in the 1950's