Let Battle Commence

January 31, 2010 at 8:24 pm 2 comments

Only two days until the debate organised by Churches Together in Lightcliffe. I’m hoping that this will be the start of a whole series of debates between now and the election. So far the chief difficulty has been persuading the Labour candidate that this is a valuable part of the democratic process, but maybe when she’s face to face with us she’ll be more amenable.

In the meantime, the campaign team (as we optimistically style ourselves) spent a couple of hours on Friday discussing what questions might come up. Torture in Doncaster, torture in Iraq, bribing the Taliban, the growing equality gap….what a wonderful world.

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  • 1. Jennie  |  February 2, 2010 at 11:07 pm

    If you’d like to see my decidedly partisan (Lib Dem) blog on the evening, you can read it here: http://miss-s-b.dreamwidth.org/1025303.html

    If we had STV, on the strength of tonight’s performance, you would be #2 on my ballot paper. Probably the nutty independent guy third, because at least he’s funny. It’d then be a case of working out which of the other three I despise the least…

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  • 2. Barry Travers  |  February 25, 2010 at 12:05 am

    “Torture in Doncaster, torture in Iraq, bribing the Taliban, the growing equality gap….what a wonderful world.’

    Good God, how utterly fecetious!?!

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This blog started during the months before the 2010 General Election, in which I was the Green candidate for Calder Valley. It's morphed into an account of green activism...and other meanderings.

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