Enforcement in Transport

Why have public transport, and speak of its’ importance, and try to make it a top priority for public spending – if all it achieves is the ability to get people (slowly, painstakingly, and miserably) from A to B? Are we, in London, such a backwater that we must put up with below par transportation…

political rambling, links, and other thoughts

I am moving to a different borough and constituency soon, and among other things I am starting to think about how the local politics will be there. In a way it’s a shame to be leaving my home area. For all its’ faults, I love Tottenham. I love walking down the streets I’ve always known,…

MANCAT thoughts and general college stuff

There are two purposes to me writing a long college related entry. One: for me to get my thoughts about college and any input from others down on ‘paper’, and possibly to get into the MEN or TES randomly if someone finds my post. Two: for my friend Julia to figure out the options for…

local politics

Sorry this post was delayed a while by other events, illness and being off having a lot of fun. As some in the know may be aware, I live in Haringey. Others may be aware that on Jan 15th Seven Sisters ward had a local by-election. This was due to the death of previous councillor…