An earnest conference.
Focus – economic policy, County Council elections in 2017.
Alan Rhodes exlained Labour’s achievements whilst running Notts County Council since 2013.
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Pat Glass, Labour MP and spokesperson on Europe, speaking at a rally under the Brian Clough statue with Chris Leslie MP and Glenis Willmott MEP.
Bus Pass Elvis turned up too, with his take on the Eurovision song contest.
Norman expresses his disillusion having met comedy heroes, who then went on to die within 3 months; plus analyses the appeal of the Sugababes.
You had to be there.
Dan Jarvis MP (taking to the stage despite comedian Scott Bennett ridicule of Yorkshire and West Bridgford; Paddy Tipping PCC; Dan and Norman with Glenis Willmott MEP.
Happened to meet four wonderful women university students – 2 civil engineers, a mechanical engineer and a Bridge ward constituent (!) – who were handing out buns with a caramel and sesame seed topping, to celebrate the national day of Kuwait.
Was campaigning with Glenis Willmott MEP at the time – the photo shows Glenis knowing the importance of the camera, whilst I was focussed on the cake (ooh, it was nice).
Kuwait National Day is actually the 25th February and celebrates the anniversary of Sheikh Abdullah taking the throne – he was to be key in the liberation from Britain in 1961; (26th February celebrates liberation from Iraq in 1991).
Glenis Willmott MEP and Liz Kendall MP in the Old Market Square to support Labour IN for Britain campaigners with leafleting and talking to shoppers about our case for REMAINing in the EU for Britain’s sake.
Glenis has recently published 5 reasons to REMAIN in the EU.
Opinion of people I spoke with was overwhelmingly for staying in – those for leaving walked on by – and I think the message that change risks a number of established jobs has begun to get across.
Some real frustration at the conduct of politicians recently – especially the bickering. Maybe I’ve not been watching the television enough, but it’s going to be a bit harsh if petty points on wearing suits smears both sides.
Lilian Greenwood meets Geoff, who’s lived on the estate since 1956. Interested to hear if the insulation scheme that was started, can be got going again, and if so, on what terms.
Lilian meets people in Whitehall again this next week.
Glenis Willmott MEP, and Leader of Britain’s Socialists in Europe, joined the campaign this morning.