Monthly Archives: September 2010

>Another Daily Mail Fail – and how they could make a difference

>I am so behind in my list of things to write about, but I was so angry when I read this article in Friday’s Daily Mail. I don’t like linking to them, but I actually think it’s important that we … Continue reading

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>Dog Poo bins needed on Nellburn Path, Livingston

>Friends of our’s have recently bought a gorgeous puppy. She is the cutest thing you could ever imagine and she’s loved by everyone who comes into contact with her. Her family are responsible and ensure that they clean up whatever … Continue reading

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>Lallands Peat Worrier helps close Scottish domestic abuse loophole.

>I will freely admit to being rubbish on this issue. I saw that Lallands Peat Worrier had written a blog post entitled Scotland Legalises Domestic Abuse two weeks ago and had it in mind to pick it up myself. Events and … Continue reading

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>Bob’s photo published on Edinburgh Council website

>For Bob’s birthday in June, I brought him a new fancy camera, which he’s been thoroughly delighted with ever since. He takes it everywhere and is always snapping away. It’s as well that I like photos of clouds as much … Continue reading

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>Ed Miliband’s challenge as Labour Leader

>We all thought we knew, as the Labour leadership candidates walked into the hall today. Ed looked utterly miserable, David was smiling. It seemed like an open and shut case. Despite all the rumours to the contrary, David had beaten … Continue reading

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>Half an hour until Miliband leads Labour

>I’ve just watched a man take a fast red car round the streets of Singapore and plonk it on pole position when 25 minutes earlier it had been almost knackered. Unfortunately Fernando Alonso isn’t in the running to lead the … Continue reading

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>Nicol Stephen to stand down as MSP for Aberdeen South

>The 1987 General Election was my second campaign as an activist and the first one I’d been involved in from the start. I split my time between Bob Maclennan’s campaign in Caithness and in the target seat of Kincardine and … Continue reading

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>Liberal Democrat Conference celebrates Fife Council’s success

>I was very proud to see a special session at Federal Conference on Tuesday in which Cllrs Elizabeth Riches and Tim Brett, Deputy Leader and Chair of Health and Social Work respectively were invited to give a presentation on the … Continue reading

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>Live Blogging Nick Clegg’s Speech to #LDConf

>Well I know that I am renowned for being late to everything, but surely a claim to be live-blogging something 4 days after the event is a bit much? I was away with the family in Dundee when Nick stood … Continue reading

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>Supporting the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning for MacMillan Cancer Support

>I am a huge fan of Macmillan Cancer Support and have been since they helped us during my mother-in-law’s final illness. They were there for the whole family and even came out on Christmas Day to get us through one … Continue reading

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