If you find yourself homeless in Sevenoaks and apply to the council for help you find yourself fighting your way through a maze of bureaucracy that seems designed to make an application as difficult as possible. Continue reading Hidden Homelessness in Sevenoaks District
The Working Mens Club closed in May 2014 and was left to become derelict. In February 2015 it was bought by Sevenoaks District Council for £1.25 million with a promise to develop the site for housing and shops. Since that time the club has been demolished, along with the fine former CAB building next door. The site remains a vacant site and an eyesore. Continue reading The Working Men’s Club Site
Connected intelligence? The arrival of the web society? Back in the just ’90s Al Gore, the US Vice President in Clinton’s administration coined the phrase – the information superhighway – which ultimately became the ‘internet’. The World Wide Web, Social Media, e-shopping, e-everything in fact all emanated from US Defence programmes. Continue reading Social Engineering
Tremendous short article by Finley Jones, Swanley & District Labour Party. Continue reading Stabbed in the Back!
As election results go, the Labour result for the Kensington constituency is up there with the greats. As if taking Canterbury wasn’t enough, the voters in Kensington had the audacity (and the good sense) to dump the standing ivory loving Tory, and elect Emma Dent Coad, well known for her work in the area as a Councillor and planning committee member. Continue reading Who’d have thought it?
The current student loan system is untenable and will not be sustainable in the long term, as over 60% of students are unlikely to pay off the loan, leaving a deficit in the funding. Continue reading Unbearable Debt for the Young!
Frustrated and angry residents contacted Swanley & District Labour party because they were very worried about the continuing influx of cars trying to avoid traffic jams in that were shooting down Salisbury Avenue at high speed. Continue reading Waiting for a disaster!
U+I, the company that own Swanley Town Centre, are publishing their latest plans to redevelop Swanley Town Centre. This is after withdrawing their original plans, that caused a massive wave of criticism last year. It seems clear that their vision will only benefit the few. Continue reading A Swanley For the Few!
Hugh Markey reviews Norman F Cantor’s The Age of Protest. Remember though, There’s no bleedin’ rules when it comes to right-wing governments. Continue reading Age of Protest
Swanley & District Labour Party held a campaigning stall in Swanley Town Centre that was a tremendous success. Continue reading “Great to see you here.”