Tag Archives: Emma Bagley

Blog of the week

It’s been a good week locally for mentalist blog posts. The Blogger’s own balloon dueling effort rather pales into insignificance alongside the Green Bristol Blogger’s ‘THREE DIE IN BANKSY QUEUE‘ extravaganza today and Charlie’s fascinating insight that if you were … Continue reading

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Election gossip latest

A couple of snippets just in … Bristol’s Respect Party are likely to be running four candidates in the local elections on June 4. Energetic troublemaker Jerry Hicks will be running again in Lockleaze while the excellently named Prince-Abdulaziz has … Continue reading

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Lots of Lib Dem budget amendments. A fair few went through. Including one that I spoke to: a 150k proposal for domestic violence work (perpetrators work etc). I felt proud to be able to promote this particular proposal. I welcomed … Continue reading

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What the hell is this meant to mean?

From Lib Dem, Councillor Emma Bagley’s blog – translations welcome: What became apparent towards the end of this topic was that was going to be no stretch target (aka a performance indicator) under the new local area agreement. No stretch … Continue reading

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