Monthly Archives: November 2010

What’s our MPs voting record like? – don’t get your hopes up

Stephen Gilbert -Lib Dem MP for St Austell and Newquay – voted in on the back of a campaign focussed on being the only realistic alternative to the Tories. In the interests of watching what they do rather than what … Continue reading

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A little bit of local

Town I promised to get back to what the Town Council is up to.  I confess I haven’t done much of this.  The annual accounts/report did however drop through the door a few weeks ago.  This contained a bit about … Continue reading

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Why are we bailing out Ireland George?

Odd isn’t it.  After six months of telling us how hard times are and that there is no money in the coffers, all of a sudden George is overcome with generosity and neighbourliness.  In a single stroke he wipes out … Continue reading

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A snip snip here a snip snip there

every where a snip snip…… Getting back to Cornwall Council’s budget.  The major management savings and efficiencies are detailed in table 10 on page 15.  A total column across the years would have aided understanding but I guess you can’t … Continue reading

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Cornwall Cuts

Cornwall Council is setting out its plans for making cuts.  An emergency budget and business plan has been prepared that will go to full Council on the 30th November.  It tells us what the proposed spending plans are for the … Continue reading

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