Friday, 1 October 2010

Blog & Newsweek: 18 Bracknell & national politics

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

Local News

Council approves plans for atomic research facility

'Hospital loan not a bail out' - A GOVERNMENT loan of £18million to the trust that runs two hospitals in Ascot and Slough is “not a bail out”.

Family homeless back on Civvy St - A war veteran, his wife and their two sons are having to live in a single room at his parents’ because they do not qualify for council support.

Vulnerable ‘worst hit’ by council cuts

Local Links

Green Gabbles has some pictures of The Offence (1972) which was filmed in Bracknell

and Green Gabbles also has how you can help appeal for Iran, USA and the death penalty cases

Alvin wonders where people get the time to do their blogging - Blogging and stuff

National Link (Links of the day)

Benedict Brogan on the Telegraph blog covers Lady Warsi accuses Asian community of electoral fraud - A blog that I enterly agree with.

Mark Pack has An old Liberal Democrat policy rides again courtesy of Iain Duncan Smith

Thr Norfolk Blogger is not impressed in No greater love hath no man than this, than to lay down his brother for his own advancement

Duncan on Split Horizons has Quantifying and Visualising the Lib Dem Effect in the Coalition
which is in contrast too Let's stop trying to kid ourselves about what the Lib Dems have achieved as part of the coaltion

Labour blogger Scarlet Standard who was very happy that Ed Miliband won see 'Yes!' has her Reflections on Conference

And that's it for now. Have a good weekend!

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