In Kent we are most aware of refugees risking their lives in little boats. In refugee week, let’s look at the bigger picture.
Neighbours feared each other in a grey oppressive world. 200,000 decided the flight to democracy in the West was better for their families
Hungarians resisted till 10 November; they realised no one was going to help them fight the Russians. On 21 December I became a child refugee
How to be an alien gives an insight about the English of the 40/50’s through satire by a Hungarian born journalist.
KCC wants other counties to take a share under-age migrants, refugees and asylum seekers arriving in Kent. Opinions are split.
The high standard of food produced by farmers and available in the UK shops must be maintained in new trade agreements government negotiates
Bullies often say to migrants “go back to where you come from” however long they may have lived in the country
Parliamentary scrutiny should be a complex and lengthy process. What are the current processes for scrutinising trade deals?
With planning reforms recently announced in the Queen’s Speech, the storm is about to break, of protest from community groups engaged with planning decisions about their local environment. In 2011 you could have been forgiven for thinking that the introduction of the Localism Act would have helped improve developer/resident relations.It aimed to hand decisions about […]
Conservatives dominate in Kent So Kent continues with 61 Conservative county councillors out of 81 and with 9 of 13 borough councils dictated to by Conservative cabinets. It continues as a one-party council that doesn’t reflect the fact that 60-80% of Kent doesn’t vote Conservative. Where opposition parties won Conservatives went into the 2021 Kent County […]