Local Council Websites

June 08, 2014 // Politics | Local Council websites | council websites

Couldn't find a list of all the local English Counil websites, as ever with public data - it's always a pain to get hold of, so below is a scrape of them from direct.gov's site. Local Council Websites - Google Sheets !function(a){var b="embedly-platform",c="script";if

Political Party Websites

April 28, 2014 // political party | Politics | political party websites

I couldn't find a list of the UK political party websites anywhere, and after an FOI request to the Electoral Commission I only recieved around 50 back so decided to collate them all myself. You can view the data here; Political Party Domains V3 - Google Sheets (function(a){var

Slash the Debt!

April 19, 2011 // austerity | bail out | Debt | deficit | featured | Government | mashup | Politics | ukuncut

Apologies for the lack of posts over the past few weeks, I have been very busy with work! Anyway, I have something new for you to play about with! http://slashthedebt.richardallen.co.uk A website where you can read suggestions, and suggest your own, on ways to cut the

Rally Against Debt

April 01, 2011 // austerity | Debt | deficit | Government | Politics | protest | ukuncut

The 26th March was the first, of many more i'm sure, protests by rock hurling students, over inflated trade union members and energetic unemployed layabouts retaliating and making their distress heard about the coalition budget cuts. The stupid, ignorant and selfish came out to play. Well, now is a chance

Argh, Bloody protests

March 28, 2011 // austerity | Debt | Ed Milliband | Government | march | Politics | protest | ukuncut

I can't help it, you knew this was coming. Its the week after the march...I have to say something! Before I start though, I want to make it clear that I do fully support the right of protest, just maybe not ignorant protests. On Saturday the "voices of the

Good old RedEd

March 01, 2011 // Debt | Ed Milliband | Government | Politics

Oh dear, Ed Miliband has done it again. For some unknown reason, he is still completely incapable of being able to accept any form of responsibility for the national debt. This time though, his comments have truly amazed me. In a speech at the launch of the Resolution Foundations commission