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  • June 13, 2007

    Hearing Aids

    Every hard of hearing person knows the anxieties arising from hearing loss. I was born with a 30 per cent hearing deficit in my right ear but I have been fortunate in that there has been no deterioration in the condition and it has therefore been of little impediment to my life. Today with the […]
  • June 12, 2007

    Promoting Our Creative Industries

    The City of London is most famously home to the UK’s financial services industry. However, in addition to the financial services, central London has every reason to be proud of its place at the forefront of the creative industry world. The fact that English is now the universal language of business …
  • June 11, 2007

    Will The Olympic Logo Pass The Test Of Time?

    Ever since the 2012 London Olympic logo was unveiled at the beginning of June, my postbag has bulged with letters and emails from constituents. It will not come as a surprise to anyone, I reckon, that precisely none of this correspondence has come out in favour of the design that was unveiled with s…
  • June 7, 2007

    City Culture

    Last Bank Holiday weekend brought to my attention two distinct snapshots emphasizing the diversity, openness and health of the City of London’s financial services industry. On the Friday night I had dinner with an old university friend who had just returned from a decade in Hong Kong.  Now a senior…
  • June 6, 2007

    Plans To Improve London’s Healthcare

     Plans are currently underway to create the UK’s first Academic Health Sciences Centre (AHSC) by merging the St Mary’s NHS Trust in Paddington with the Hammersmith Hospitals NHS Trust and forming a partnership with Imperial College. The AHSC would bring together the delivery of healthcare ser…
  • May 22, 2007

    The Need For Nuclear

    Unveiling the 2006 Energy Review last July, outgoing Prime Minister, Tony Blair, declared that nuclear power was ‘back on the agenda with a vengeance.’ It was a statement that seemed a far cry from his government’s sentiments of three years earlier when nuclear was gloomily branded ‘an unattractive …
  • May 20, 2007

    West London Day Centre Event

     The West London Day Centre invites you to ‘Taking Steps’, an event which showcases the Centre’s work with homeless people in our city. The event will take place on Thursday 31st May from 3.30pm ? 7.30pm at St Mary’s Church, Bryanston Square, W1. Guests will be treated to a buffet, art, photograph…
  • May 16, 2007

    The Problem With Grammar Schools

    At our best the Conservatives are the party of aspiration, opportunity and hope. We believe in choice because choice helps raise standards for all. Conservatives promote excellence, rather than equality. We want to see standards driven up to make the best available to all. This is in stark contrast …
  • May 15, 2007

    The Blair Legacy

    How will history judge the decade-long premiership of Tony Blair? On the day before President Nixon was forced to resign in disgrace, his Secretary of State, Henry Kissinger, tried to cheer him up by insisting that history would judge his presidency to be a success.  The embattled Nixon concluded g…
  • May 11, 2007

    Taking Crime Off London’s Streets

    With the recent news stories of youth murders in central London there has been much wringing of hands and posturing by politicians and so-called experts in youth, parental, drug and obesity matters on not only what is wrong but also the solution to the problem.  My view is that all the past pontif…