Sunday, 18 July 2010

Local Blog Newsweek: 13 Bracknell & National politics

Here is a selection of issues making headlines during the past few weeks:

Local News

Homes plan for borough halved - I very much approve of the reduction of home by 2000. However I believe its the number of affordable homes that needs to be improved and indeed social housing. Current plans far way too short.

Royal Berkshire Hospital give £1m to fight bedblocking - 'Health trusts in Berkshire have given £1m to three councils to help them put more people in care homes to reduce the number of hospital "bedblockers".'

Local Links

Carocat Blogs about 'Raoul Moat and the state of the media and government'

Mark Reckons asks if 'Zac Goldsmith needs to handle the media better than this'

Charlie Brooker's covers the News reporting of Raoul Moat.

John Redwood MP for Wokingham ask Where will growth be fastest in the UK?

National Link (Links of the day)

Andrew Reeves Conservative Peer Lord Taylor of Warwick is to be prosecuted over his expenses

Left Foot Forward asks if Five-year fixed terms put UK out of step with rest of the democratic world

bella Gerens has a very interesting blog on Whither the libertarian state?

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