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It's starting... IT'S STARTING - and a vocab guide to get you through the next few weeks

Monday was a monumental day which I’m sure felt to you like the dawning of a new piece of history. Or not. With the Dissolution of Parliament, official campaigning season has now started, and will keep going until voting stations close at 10pm on 7th May. 1,115 more words

Happy Ape-ril!

Ah March, I can’t say I’ll miss you… You and your awkward is-it-winter-is-it-spring weather games, teasing us one day with a warm, sunny afternoon and the next with gloomy snow flurries. 359 more words


Being disabled gives me a unique insight which helps me at work - #100days100stories

Emma Satyamurti has this week been made a partner at Leigh Day. She tells her story about why she pursued a career in a law and being one of too few disabled role models in the legal sector. 576 more words


Young climate bloggers lobby their MP who raises their questions with Prime Minister.

The fantastic CAFOD young climate bloggers and Step into the Gap volunteer from Ss John Fisher and Thomas More Roman Catholic High School arranged to meet their local MP, Andrew Stephenson, to lobby him on climate issues. 535 more words


Drew Dilkens mayoral campaign raised more than could be spent in election

The Drew Dilkens for Mayor campaign raised more money than the maximum it was eligible to spend in last year’s Windsor mayoral election race.

But the eventual winner ended up spending less on his campaign than his nearest competitor, John Millson, according to financial statements filed with city hall last week. 664 more words



In some ways we are into the unthinking phase of the election cycle. Months of preparation, of clearly described arguments, are supposed to bear fruit as we smoothly transition towards political nirvana. 226 more words