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It’s sometimes very difficult not to be cynical about our restricted democracy when we see politicians buying people’s votes and promising them illusions that will never become real.  This is happening once again in the Chancellor’s recent announcement of a further £30bn road programme that...

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By Martyn Goss Posted: Saturday, November 3, 2018 - 5:14pm Updated: 05/11/2018 - 12:08pm
Before the course started This evening I start my first session of insomnia treatment with...
Posted: 17/03/15
Published by Sleepyhead Clin...
In their newly published letter ‘Who is my Neighbour?’ the Bishops of the Church of England call on...
Posted: 06/03/15
Published by Martyn Goss
Fancy climbing out a window to escape a date? In your average day, you see so many different faces...
Posted: 13/02/15
Published by sophiewhiting67...
A recent scientific report has suggested that 4 out of 9 ‘planetary boundaries’ have been crossed...
Posted: 13/02/15
Published by Martyn Goss
In the past few months I have been struck by what we could call the ‘parable of the pit’,...
Posted: 19/01/15
Published by Martyn Goss
Paul Diviani sends New Year message to East Devon residents: In the darkest, nay, dampest, days of...
Posted: 05/01/15
Published by Mary Youlden
Christmas is a great time for catching up with family and friends. Long, lazy meals are chances to...
Posted: 25/12/14
Published by Mary Youlden
Let’s be honest, Christmas in Britain today is a messy shambles as a religious occasion. The...
Posted: 15/12/14
Published by Martyn Goss
Nearly five years ago, Haiti was struck with a massive 7.0 scale earthquake that killed up to 300,...
Posted: 28/11/14
Published by Benjamin Howe
Over 400 years ago a ‘terror’ cell in London headed up by Robert Catesby planned an extreme act of...
Posted: 11/11/14
Published by Martyn Goss
Bad manners, telemarketing calls and bras digging in are among the top annoying ‘niggles’ that...
Posted: 07/11/14
Published by News Desk
The NHS in Devon has warned it might have to restrict certain treatments and operations and stop...
Posted: 31/10/14
Published by Ben Bradshaw
Who really benefits most from welfare spending? A lot of people think that it’s the unemployed....
Posted: 21/10/14
Published by andyhannan
The Commons Culture Media and Sports Committee on which I sit is currently doing an inquiry into...
Posted: 17/10/14
Published by Ben Bradshaw
In recent weeks both Labour and the Liberal Democrats have made calls for the abolition of Police...
Posted: 14/10/14
Published by Mary Youlden
Millions of years ago the Earth was a spinning ball in space surrounded by enormous clouds of toxic...
Posted: 09/10/14
Published by Martyn Goss

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