As I Please
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- After Peterborough: while politicians try to understand what happened, Labour should bring back its £3 supporters’ scheme and then ballot to determine Brexit policy 7th June 2019
- Why Cornwall should brace for defeat next week 18th May 2019
- Why only Jeremy Corbyn can beat Nigel Farage, and why it’s all about the turnout – a partisan view 21st April 2019
- Inside Kennally Care: details start to emerge of how charities and companies are now taking over Cornwall’s health service – with orders to cut spending 8th February 2019
- As I Please: Glittering Prizes – The Cornwall Reports New Year Honours 29th December 2018
- A day in the life of the European Union’s chief Brexit negotiator 23rd November 2018
- All the way from Arabia – a sci-fi vision of Cornwall’s future? 16th November 2018
- Got an allotment? Get ready to once more Dig For Victory, as the new Agriculture Bill looks set to devastate Cornwall 13th September 2018
- Slow Train Coming: why the Devonwall boundary changes are not entirely welcome news for the Tories 12th September 2018
- Cornwall’s local government: no place for grown-ups 31st August 2018
- Cornwall and the idea of a tourism tax: a tale full of sound and fury, signifying nothing 17th August 2018
- Jumpers for goalposts: Why we need a Cornwall United to get serious about public health, and why the council should start its own football club 10th August 2018
- In a sleepy part of rural North Cornwall, another revolution is underway 3rd August 2018
- Tragedy, farce, repeat: why County Hall would be an ideal location for Midsummer Murders 27th July 2018
- Bucaneers and Pirate Ports: time for Cornwall’s LEP to re-think its strategy on Economic Zones 20th July 2018
- After the football – business as usual with Cornwall’s NHS, and why it’s important to keep an eye on what’s happening in Parliament 13th July 2018
- The best possible birthday present for Cornwall’s NHS would be management from outside Cornwall 6th July 2018
- Cornwall, Your Cornwall 29th June 2018
- A design for life 22nd June 2018
- Bread and circuses 15th June 2018
- Is dementia to blame for Brexit? In Cornwall, it’s a serious question 8th June 2018
- Why badgers should take extra care on the A38, and why I miss the sight of a squashed hedgehog 1st June 2018
- Cornwall, the Final Frontier, and how to make “devolution” more inspirational than a stale fart 25th May 2018
- Struggling in the stormy seas of shrinking ratings, BBC local radio’s “Dementia FM” heads for its iceberg 18th May 2018
- Newquay spaceport: reach for the stars, but watch your wallet and beware of half-baked big ideas 11th May 2018