Category Archives: London

Caron in London – Kensington Palace

It’s been a busy week! On Monday night I went to Edinburgh to interview a real live author for Liberal Democrat Voice. Then late on Tuesday night I headed south to London on the sleeper. It’s the first time I’ve … Continue reading

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Ken Livingstone definitely needs an accountant if he can’t count to five.

Remember last week at PMQs, Nick Clegg commented on Ken Livingstone’s rather complex tax affairs: It is worth dwelling for a minute on the explanation provided by Ken Livingstone for his exotic tax arrangements. I quote from an interview that he … Continue reading

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Boris and Ken – The Crime File

Thanks to Mary Reid for sharing this one – a beautifully produced, down to the coffee stains, crime sheet listing assorted horrors and gaffes committed by Boris Johnson and Ken Livingstone. Just as well there’s someone better…… If you live … Continue reading

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Tower Bridge to open in act of remembrance

One of the fabulous things about being an MP or working for one is that you get the chance to take good ideas from constituents and make them happen. In two minutes’ time at 11am on 11.11.11, 91 years after … Continue reading

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