The problems themselves are clear to all – but what ties them all together, and why does it seem so inevitable and impossible for those problems to be fixed? Continue reading May 5 Elections: Will Anything Change?
Camden’s public engagement is a total farce. What can be done to take back control? Continue reading Camden’s ‘Public Engagement’ is a Total Farce
Conservation, community, news, tech… how can all these things be made into something useful and influential? I argue that a grassroots ‘Camden Voice’ could be the way forward. Continue reading Making a Difference: A ‘Camden Voice’?
Where to go with Save Bloomsbury? I want to know what you think I should write about. Continue reading The Future of Save Bloomsbury
Opinion: Camden’s cabinet are acutely aware of local opposition, but employ ignorance as a powerful political tool. Continue reading The Politics of Ignorance
The ongoing controversies surrounding Low Traffic Neighbourhoods (LTNs) and road closures under cover of COVID have exposed the true extent of Camden’s ‘local tyranny’, but also its utter incompetence. Only the Camden’s arrogance can be blamed for the spectacular failure of its schemes. Continue reading COVID and LTN Sagas have Exposed True Extent of Camden’s ‘Local Tyranny’
Opinion: Camden needs the motivation and activism of Bloomsbury’s residents to perform public duties properly. But dependence upon overdevelopment is destroying the trust of Bloomsbury’s communities. Continue reading Camden Needs Your Help
Filthiness in Camden stems not from budget cuts or litter louts but from a widespread culture of laziness, apathy, and a willingness to accept anything as ‘inevitable’. Continue reading Camden’s Filth is Symptomatic of Wider Dysfunction
Freedom of Information response reveals less than half of Bloomsbury’s nine councillors live anywhere near Bloomsbury. Continue reading How can our Local Politicians Represent us if they aren’t Local?