Looking forward to seeing how this handles Winchester / Wincestre twitter.com/assassinscreed…
Just debriefed with the local Lib Dem team for St Barnabas ward after today's councillor surgery. Obviously David Amess and those close to him were in our thoughts. Colleagues greatly appreciated the support and concern from residents after the horrifying events of yesterday.
So NOW we know why Boris Johnson went on holiday... theguardian.com/politics/2021…
So NOW we know why Boris Johnson went on holiday... wehttps://www.theguardian.com/politics/2021/oct/12/covid-response-one-of-uks-worst-ever-public-health-failures?CMP=Share_AndroidApp_Other
Reset our expectations of what was possible in so many ways. I had a Sinclair calculator - and, at home, we shared a ZX81, and then a Spectrum. The only person I ever saw drive a C5 though was @aroberts_andrew! pic.twitter.com/j7Ax7u6kPH
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A resident asked me about the cherry picker in Tower Street. Â Here’s the answer I received: â€˜The works that are being undertaken in Tower Street relate to on-going maintenance work by BAM Construction to the elevations of Elizabeth II Court. …
“Irresponsibly inadequate attention has been given to the traffic, transport and safety issues arising from 420 new primary pupils attending the expanded Westgate School; and the proposed relocation of the nursery school.”
Just back from speaking at the Cabinet (Traffic and Parking) Committee at the City Council – and there’s good news. George Beckett and the Council have listened to local people and local businesses on the proposed parking changes and decided …
Many congratulations to Steve Feeney and his team in Weeke for their successful campaign to get sensible parking hours in their local roads. As previously blogged, I was concerned when I saw that the Council Officers were planning to overrule …