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Many Town and Parish Councils are frustrated when the discover that “Affordable Houses” revert to being “Open Market Houses” when they are sold on. Members of the public are even more confused. Could Community Land Trusts be the answer?
Published: 11th February 2017
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My article in this coming week’s Cornish Guardian will focus on the new Police and Crime Plan and the threat to Police Community Support Officers in areas such as Clay Country.
Published: 5th February 2017
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"From my perspective, I share the view expressed in the editorial in last week’s Cornish Guardian, that a political consensus is needed to safeguard the NHS and to properly fund social care."
Published: 22nd January 2017
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At the very end of 2016, the Government announced that it would be making £60 million available to help “tackle the problem of high levels of second homeownership” in certain communities across the United Kingdom.
Published: 22nd January 2017
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"I will not be bullied and cowed by the extreme right wing, with its racist thugs, that are attempting to destroy everything I stand for."
Published: 14th January 2017
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Following on from our MK National Conference, I have received several requests for the contact details that my son, Dr. Joseph Toms, mentioned at the end of his presentation.
Published: 27th November 2016
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The Department for Communities and Local Government yesterday issued its response to the petition, signed by over 10,000 people, to reinstate funding for the Cornish language.
Published: 15th November 2016
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When the United Kingdom Government signed off the so-called Cornwall Devolution Deal in 2015, it claimed that it was "historic" and a “major step” in their commitment to “extend opportunity to every corner of our country.” The Prime Minister David Cameron said the deal would put power in the hands of local people and talked about the “fantastic potential that Cornwall holds.”
Published: 15th November 2016
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A group of citizens have put the government to the test by asking the High Court to decide whether Article 50 can be triggered by the government without an Act of Parliament and a preceding debate. The government were somewhat surprised to find that they were not judged to have the right to act alone without consultation. Can the same spirit of citizenship be used to hold the government to account nearer to home?
Published: 6th November 2016
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Doctor Joseph Toms BSc. MBBS will be one of the guest speakers at the Mebyon Kernow National Conference taking place in the Cornwall Council Chamber at Lys Kernow (County Hall).
Published: 4th November 2016
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