The government’s ability to suspend parliament at will must be challenged on the streets, and in Exeter this Saturday. The British constitution finally broke down on Wednesday. A government that lost its majority at the last general election and whose party attracted minimal support at this year’s EU and local elections forced the monarch to … More It’s no longer about Brexit
Increasing dependence by public bodies on consultants raises questions about where the buck really stops. Are you sitting comfortably? Since January 2015 Exeter City Council has spent £9.4 million on services described as “Consultants Fees”. Over half of this – £4.8 million – has gone on consultancy work related to the bus station site redevelopment … More Quis custodiet .…..?
St Sidwella could do more for Exeter than she (probably) ever dreamed of. St Sidwell’s Church on Exeter’s Sidwell Street commemorates the late St Sidwella, believed to have been alive in the 6th century. Sidwella (whose name derives from all manner of genealogical speculation) is said to have been a modest, chaste, virginal, devout, … More Upon Sidwella’s Day