The new residents parking permits scheme for the New Meadows is settling in, but there has been an impact on Robin Hood Way and some further changes to protect bus stands and pedestrian crossing points may be needed.
The construction of the play equipment for The Green has started.
The new council housing in the New Meadows is still being finished, and the new housing for Arkwright Walk is still to start.
An application for new housing off Wilford Crescent East was withdrawn from the April planning committee.
Bollards in the city centre have been introduced to make Lace Market streets more pleasant for pedestrians.
Approx. 1920 matters from approx. 800 clients logged since Oct. 21st 2011.
Another excellent series (broadcast on BBC tv).
The theme of this series was (institutional) sexism, kinda reinforced by public criticism of Thandie Newton’s performance as a bit reserved when that was the nature of the character she was playing.
Other characteristics of the series remains –
– masking what’s really going on until the finale; so even though it’s always about the fight against highly organised crime, viewers seem to forget;
– AC12, the anti-corruption unit, around which the series is based, again continue to not be good enough in their duties;
– compelling witness interview scenes;
– hands always get hurt.
As in other drama series there are bits that seem implausible (e.g. main characters back at work very quickly after suffering very serious injuries) and plenty has been left unresolved for another series.
Third highest visits – almost 400 in a day.
For my profound politics, right?
The wide mouthed frog joke.
As best as I can tell, discovered anew in Australia.
Only superceded by posts about Clifton.
In the end, survival was enough. (Table by ESPN FC.)
A new manager, after the previous manager arranged his own departure in quite a dignified way, whilst we were some points behind the rest at the bottom.
Elsewhere, Arsenal fans’ arrangement of a St.Totteringham’s day for the first time in 20 years when Arsenal were to finish below them in the league seemed a bit of a mistake.
Notts Co. have survived in the Football League, but Notts County Ladies have folded.
Finally, Nottingham Forest are only just safe with one game to go. I’m desperate for a Forest vs Salop match, but not in the third tier. Please, Forest.
Plenty of support and plenty of interest from kids who attend the homework club.
A celebration of cinema and when Britain and its empire stood alone against the Nazis.
A reminder of the sexist nature of the world of work.
Their Finest Hour and A Half Directed by Lone Sherfig
And how the screenwriters must have enjoyed writing a screenplay where the screenwriter is the hero in a war film.
(No doubt learning from journalists who make themselves the hero in a political story.)
One bigger quibble – the female lead makes strides for women and without any real reason, falls for the boss at work (having fallen previously for an artist who didn’t champion her) without any kind of narratve to suggest there had been real warmth. Surely the screenwriters should have spotted that.
Including a poem written by local activist Wendy Lawrence.
Held at St.Peter’s Church where the dedicated windows are glorious.
Checking out Ryeland Gardens and Manifold Gardens.
1 – Full Employment – a publicly-owned National Investment Bank and regional banks will back up £500bn of investment across energy, transport and housing.
2 – A Secure Homes Guarantee – over a million new homes in five years will be built, with at least half a million council homes, through its public investment strategy.
3 – Security at work – people will have stronger employment rights “from day one in a job”, an end to “exploitative zero hours contracts” and the creation of new sectoral collective bargaining rights.
4 – A secure NHS and social care – an end to any NHS services being outsourced to private health providers.
5 – A National Education Service – universal childcare to give all children a good start in life, allowing greater sharing of caring responsibilities and removing barriers to women participating in the labour market.
6 – Action to secure our environment – an expansion of green industries, using the National Investment Bank to invest in public and community-owned renewable energy.
7 – Put the public back into our economy – people will have “a real say in their local communities with increased local and regional democracy”.
8 – Cut inequality in income and wealth – the tax system will become “more progressive” so higher earners are “fairly taxed” and people on lower incomes will have their pay boosted through a higher minimum wage of £10 an hour.
9 – Action to secure an equal society – Labour will take action to tackle violence against women and girls, racism and discrimination on the basis of faith, and secure real equality for LGBT and disabled people.
10 – Peace and justice at the heart of foreign policy – human rights and social justice will be built into trade policy, while international treaty obligations on nuclear disarmament will be honoured as it encourages others to do the same.
Precis by inews.
On membership of the EU, Labour respects the outcome of the referendum, but has six tests for any deal negotiated.