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Cllr Joe Cooney: Difficult times call for "a difficult woman"

The old saying a week is a long time in politics has never resounded so much as it has done some the United Kingdom’s momentous decision on the 23rd June. A vote that would see the resignation of the most successful Conservative Prime Minister in a generation. If there is such a thing as a 'Cameron-ite' then I would be one for my journey into the Conservative party and becoming an elected councillor is not a usual one. Continue reading

Amy Green: Fasten your seatbelt - it's only just started!

I was fortunate to be in the audience for the Ask the Leaders Question Time special just before the General Election last year, and I was so impressed by David Cameron's conviction, commitment and above all else determination to make the tough choices needed to put our country back on track. I joined the Conservative Party the next day. Continue reading

Graham Hutchison: Come what May – Theresa is the women to take the party and the country forward

As June 23rd approached with the polls showing the EU referendum in the balance I was struck by the realisation that we could be witnessing the final chapter of David Cameron’s time as Conservative Leader and Prime Minister. Having led us to our first parliamentary majority since 1992 just last May, David Cameron has ultimately served less time as Prime Minister than John Major, the man who delivered that last outright victory twenty four years ago. Given the contrasting fortunes of Cameron and Major during their time as PM this is quite remarkable. Continue reading

Keith Prince AM: Crowdfunding Transport for London

Organisations are continuously having to find new and innovative ways of financing projects and the public sector is no different. Crowdfunding has enjoyed a boom in recent years with websites such as Kickstarter and Gofundme encouraging the general public to invest cash in new ideas and businesses. With this backdrop, my latest report considers the benefits crowdfunding might bring to transport infrastructure in the capital. Continue reading

Bret Facey: At this pivotal moment, clear, competent and conciliatory leadership is needed

On Friday the 24th, having been up all night, like everyone who campaigned for Leave, I was ecstatic with the unexpected referendum result. But lurking amongst those feeling of exhilaration was equal concern for the issues now facing the country post referendum, such as achieving the best deal from Brussels, reuniting the country and preventing the further rise of repugnant nationalism spouted by the SNP.  Continue reading

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