Tag: Constituency

Social Conservatives, Please Don’t Vote Conservative Today

Today across the United Kingdom is election day. Voters up and down the country will  be electing their local councillors, deciding in referenda whether they want town and city mayors, and in London will be settling the Boris v Ken

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How to Lose Gracefully

I reckon this is the best political blog post so far this year. If I am honest, polling day was a disaster. We had set up a fifteen or so Committee rooms across the constituency and had teams of people

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Some more thoughts on progressing from NEAC

Chris Sugden of Anglican Mainstream has written a useful reply in this week’s CEN to Stephen Kuhrt’s piece last week about whether the CEEC is now just a conservative evangelical navel-gazing body (or words to that effect). Chris writes: Stephen

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First Austrian Prediction

Normally I turn my hand to electoral predictions in the UK, but these next three weeks I’ll be posting predictions on the forthcoming Austrian elections. It will also give me an opportunity to test out a new image gallery plugin.

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