I’ve not written any weeknotes since my unremarkable endnote. That was when I came to Defra as part of the Brexit surge. In my first few weeks here I was in the EU emergency centre, helping test our preparations in Continue reading Explaining the Lack of Weeknotes
Last night I flitted between the BBC and Channel 4’s coverage of the election results, although only till about midnight. Exit Polls When I first saw these I didn’t give them much credence, nor did the twitter stream that commented Continue reading UK General Election 2015 – A Reaction
Today is polling day, everyone in the UK who is eligible ought to be voting. Do please go to the polling station if you’ve not yet sent in a postal vote. Go early if you can. The polling stations open Continue reading Remember to Vote Today!
The National Health Service The National Health Service is one of Britain’s institutions, it employs over a million people and a third of us come into contact with it each year. Many of us owe our lives to its very Continue reading How to Fix the National Health Service
I’d intended to follow the General Election coverage, opinion polls and party manifestos and the comment in them to the extent that I am allowed to given the political restrictions on my job. I haven’t done this because frankly there Continue reading Is the UK 2015 General Election the Most Boring Ever?