Meanwhile, I’ve arranged a further public meeting to inform and engage local people about the impact/opportunities ahead. It’s on 1st May at 7.30pm in St John’s Hall Penzance with guest speaker Molly Scott-Cato (Green Party MEP) and Cllr Sue James (Environment Portfolio – Cornwall Council). Other speakers invited. I’ve organised 7 previous public events to […]
…if the purpose of the Conservative Government’s policy on the EU was to divide people, promote division to the point of the break-up of families, growing intolerance and threats, the risk of the break-up of the UK and visceral disputes which will take at least a generation to heal, then it’s been a phenomenal success! […]
So it was just a month ago when the whole Cornish community – Christians, Jews, Agnostics, Humanists and others – stood with our Islamic brothers and sisters in peace and solidarity against intolerance and hate, following the shocking murder of hundreds of worshipping muslims in New Zealand by a right-wing extremist. And so it is […]
As the uncertainty of Britain’s Brexit negotiations continues, local campaigner Andrew George offers a further public meeting to inform and engage local people about the impact/opportunities ahead. The next meeting will take place next week in St John’s Hall Penzance and will include Molly Scott-Cato (Green Party MEP) and Cllr Sue James (Liberal Democrat Environment […]
Conservative Government tax credit cuts and the switch to Universal Credit has contributed to increased child poverty. 4.1 million children are now in poverty – that’s 30% of children now below the poverty line. Over 70% of children in poverty are in working households. (Reports from the Child Poverty Action Group last week).
Using Edward Hain Hospital as a day centre rather than as a Hospital is to help the Conservatives save face. But we want our Hospital back. Inpatient beds and vital medical services are desperately needed.
In November 2017 Conservative MPs voted against transposing EU animal protections into UK law. Following a public backlash the Conservatives promised to introduce their own law; to recognise animal sentience – that animals have feelings. We warned that Government needed these laws before our departure from the EU. But nothing’s happened. As well as removing […]
The Government’s three years of Brexit negotiations have produced trade deals with such global superpowers as the Faroe Islands (and a few others). We also now live in a polarised nation which has become the laughingstock of the world. Parliament appears incapable of making ‘meaningful’ decisions. Whatever your view on Brexit, it would be calamitous […]
Thanks to Sarah Newton MP for her significant role making the case for the crucial funding our communities need to help meet local housing need. She reinforced the need to keep this work going this week. I declare an interest as Director of Cornwall Community Land Trust. Sarah deserves particular praise for making a strong […]
Leedstown Cricket Club is looking forward to the new season, starting next month. It has two teams in Divisions 4 and 6. Leedstown are also looking for new players (men and women) to join a cheerful and competitive club. The Club has a greed a new sponsorship arrangement with SEF (Southern England Farmers) which is […]