Blogspot: Mr Perrin asks “Direct Democracy or Despotic Democracy?”

Blogspot: Mr Perrin asks “Direct Democracy or Despotic Democracy?”

Mr. Perrin’s blog; A Word in Your Ear. Direct Democracy or Despotic Democracy? AT the April, 2017 Thurrock Council Cabinet Meeting the Portfolio Holder for Finance and Legal Services, introduced his report titled “Communication Strategy 2017-20”. Cllr Hebb stated; “The Council wants to be regarded by its residents, peers and partners as ambitious for Thurrock […]

Silk River film prompts panel discussion on ‘The importance of place and community in traditional arts’

Silk River film prompts panel discussion on ‘The importance of place and community in traditional arts’

Silk River film prompts panel discussion on ‘The importance of place and community in traditional arts’ 20 July 2017, Kolkata: As part of the UK India Year of Culture, UK and Indian artists have been working together to produce ten large silk flags, during a residential workshop in Murshidabad, as part of the Silk River […]

Thurrock MP Jackie Doyle-Price backs organ donation

Thurrock MP Jackie Doyle-Price backs organ donation

THURROCK MP Jackie Doyle-Price rose on the floor of the House of Commons in a debate on organ donation. The MP said: “It is a pleasure to serve under your chairmanship, Ms Buck. I thank all Members who have participated in this debate. Organ donation has been such an established practice in the NHS for […]

Border inspection reveals weaknesses at port of Tilbury

Border inspection reveals weaknesses at port of Tilbury

BORDER security weaknesses have been identified at all sea ports including the port of Tilbury reports the BBC. The Chief Inspector of Borders and Immigration said half of the small ports, marinas and wharfs had not been visited by the Border Force for more than a year, and reported a shortage of staff able to […]

Shock as Thurrock Council litter boss binned

Shock as Thurrock Council litter boss binned

THE THURROCK councillor in charge of litter and bins has herself been binned. A brief announcement was made at a cabinet meeting last night (Wednesday). Homesteads councillor, Pauline Tolson had been in charge of environment since the Conservatives came back into power in May 2016. Cllr Tolson spearheaded “Clean It Cut It Fill It”, a […]

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