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General Election 2017 runners and riders

Started this discussion. Last reply by Adrian Essex May 18. 4 Replies

General Election runners and riders, perm any two from three. Actually don't, we're not allowed to do that, so figure out what to do and tell me.…Continue

Tags: general election

Election fever grips nation

Started this discussion. Last reply by Adrian Essex Apr 28. 2 Replies

... okay, maybe it doesn't, but a few political wonk facts and figures never hurt.Electoral Calculus are busy and have a seat by seat guide.…Continue

Tags: 2017 general election

Harringay Ladder traffic improvements = bumper to bumper in Crouch End?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Adrian Essex Apr 20. 4 Replies

People may know this stuff already, I don't think I did.Haringey council have commissioned a…Continue

Tags: Harringay, Haringey, traffic

Take courage at the Hornsey Tavern?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Adrian Essex Mar 20. 1 Reply

A planning app has been submitted for changes at Hornsey High Street's…Continue

Tags: pubs, hornsey tavern

 

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Adrian Essex replied to Mark Crouch End's discussion General Election 2017 runners and riders
"I've just received a Lib DEm email which says "The Liberal Democrats would: Give the public a vote on the final Brexit deal, with the alternative option of staying in the EU on the ballot paper" Which means the first step in your…"
May 18
Mark Crouch End replied to CatHowarth's discussion Question Haringey's Chaotic Development Plans
"I'm probably alone in this - but the only reason I ever step into the Mall is to buy something cheap from the market hall. Otherwise I happily avoid it, and the rest of Wood Green, from one month to the next. A situation unlikely to change if…"
May 17
Mark Crouch End replied to Mark Crouch End's discussion General Election 2017 runners and riders
"I shall miss Geoff Moseley and his Hoi Polloi. The hustings last time round at the parish church featured a proper bit of aggro when he tried to invade the stage, lots of pushing, shoving and shouting which ended with the UKIP candidate whistling on…"
May 16
Adrian Essex replied to Mark Crouch End's discussion General Election 2017 runners and riders
"Labour has published its manifesto"
May 16
Adrian Essex replied to Mark Crouch End's discussion General Election 2017 runners and riders
"7 out of 8 candidates are women, and 5 out of 8 proposers. So much for gender equality. Which is a topic exercising this bunch on Facebook , a discussion which demonstrates just how peripheral arguments can become. I knew already that Zac…"
May 16
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General Election 2017 runners and riders

General Election runners and riders, perm any two from three. Actually don't, we're not allowed to do that, so figure out what to do and tell me.See More
May 11
Mark Crouch End replied to Adrian Essex's discussion The Archway Former Gyratory and its bus stops
"Plenty of lovely bus-spotterish documents to wade through. The TfL December 2016 consultation report is at https://consultations.tfl.gov.uk/buses/archway-consultation/user_uploads/archway_gyratory_consultation_report.pdf. ... and the TfL…"
May 8
Clive Carter replied to Mark Crouch End's discussion Sarah Elliott defects, boo/hurrah (*delete as appropriate)
"Good point. As an Opposition Councillor I know close-up and personal how important it is that there be a formal Opposition. Without an Opposition—particularly given the current authoritarian local administration—so much more would be…"
May 5
Mark Crouch End replied to Rob Jackson's discussion Goodbye free collection of green waste
"Good point Rob. My place (a conversion) has a garden divided into two. If one flat opts in, and the other opts out, how do the binmen identify the individual blades of grass left in the white bags? Maybe barcoding the plants is the answer."
May 3
Adrian Essex replied to Mark Crouch End's discussion Election fever grips nation
"The Ham and High thinks a Labour majority of 11,058 is marginal"
Apr 28
Adrian Essex replied to Mark Crouch End's discussion Election fever grips nation
"Election fever seems to have gripped a group of CE Facebook users who kept a who0to-vote-forin-Hornsey-and-Wood-Green debate going for almost 3 days. One contributor found this Guardian piece which suggests the Conservatives might do even…"
Apr 28
Mark Crouch End posted a discussion

Election fever grips nation

... okay, maybe it doesn't, but a few political wonk facts and figures never hurt.Electoral Calculus are busy and have a seat by seat guide. Hornsey and Wood Green is here.The best bit is seeing where we figure in the grand debates of our time, and if you like cutting a distinctive dash, we're doing quite well -In the list of most 'remain', or least 'leave' seats, H&WG comes…See More
Apr 26
Adrian Essex replied to Mark Crouch End's discussion Harringay Ladder traffic improvements = bumper to bumper in Crouch End?
"The more I look at it the more it seems like a sop/distraction/displacement tactic to take Harringay minds off the hell that will result when the Wood Green Mall/library/Victorian terraces are demolished, the High Road closed and the hundreds of…"
Apr 20
Mark Crouch End replied to Mark Crouch End's discussion Harringay Ladder traffic improvements = bumper to bumper in Crouch End?
"Indeed, two rounds of consultation without any consequences. Any worse and it would move into the realms of neighbourhood planning."
Apr 20
Adrian Essex replied to Mark Crouch End's discussion Harringay Ladder traffic improvements = bumper to bumper in Crouch End?
"Why only today I was looking at a Statement of Community Involvement (SCI), published by the planning department, which contains the words: 1.2.1  From shops, services, transport infrastructure and parks we use, to the businesses where we…"
Apr 20
Mark Crouch End replied to Mark Crouch End's discussion Harringay Ladder traffic improvements = bumper to bumper in Crouch End?
"And this is what happened to journey times on the 41 bus when Wightman Road was closed in 2016...   if you were thinking of using it to come home at 5.30pm (M-F), I shouldn't bother."
Apr 19

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