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FUNNY really how Dave's 'rebels' still haven't twigged that in that curious fork-tongued way he has of never actually doing very much about anything, their mini-insurrection's already destined for the long grass.
I HAVE been holding a series of public meetings across my constituency focusing on some of the day-to-day issues which matter to my constituents and a few weeks ago I held couple of meetings to address flooding issues in West Berkshire.
AFTER much quiet reflection, I've reached a sad realisation: at 25 my dreams of becoming a professional footballer are probably over.
PREDICTABLY our political elite behaved last Friday like a child who's had a slap, rubbing the point of contact vigorously and declaring defiantly that it didn't hurt.
The arrests of Jimmy Tarbuck and Stuart Hall have thrown up an interesting and difficult debate, that I have been engaged in this week, about whether the police should always tell the public when they arrest somebody.
WE'RE entering an incredibly distressing time for men up and down the country. The football season is nearly over and I'm deeply concerned. For starters, what are we going to talk about in the office? Work? Secondly, I'll have to find something to do on a Saturday afternoon.
HITTING the IDR the tension mounts, stomach muscles tighten, mouth goes dry and hands take a vice-like grip on the steering wheel.
Over the last six months I have been organising and holding a series of public meetings across the Reading West constituency on a range of matters of local interest.
IF YOU'RE feeling a bit down about Reading at the moment, just be grateful you don't live in Lewisham.