Monthly Archives: May 2013

Never say never…

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Woolwich and its Aftermath

Its been a week since the truly sicking murder of Lee Rigby, I thought long and hard about writing this post much has been said on both the mainstream and social media around the water cooler or in the pub. … Continue reading

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Hate Crime and Alternative Lifestyles

Hate crime is something I have experienced and witnessed first hand.I know the effect it can have on individuals and communities, the feeling of anxiety of going out for the first time after being knifed by a gang of racists … Continue reading

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Glen Chisholm-Year One

This month marks one year since I was elected as a councillor. The experience has been both rewarding and challenging and I thank everyone who voted for me. I like to think I’ve not been to bad I know I’m … Continue reading

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The History of May Day Bank Holiday

The May day bank holiday was introduced by the then Secretary of State for Employment Labour MP Michael Foot as a day to honour workers on International workers Day. International Workers Day is also partley  a commemoration of the Haymarket … Continue reading

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