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First Lib Dem in The Prayer Cards Queue

Having come in early to have breakfast, (It is possibly to buy a breakfast in the House of Commons from 7.30am which is slightly earlier than many of the cafes outside.) I find myself in the strange position of being the first Lib Dem in the queue for prayer cards. This is probably because it is unlikely that the Prime Minister is actually answering questions at Prime Ministers Question time. He is probably on a plane in between Singapore and Gleneagles although he may still turn up.

The rumours were amongst the tories that John Prescott was answering, that is probably because he is answering the questions after prayers and will still be there.

However, it remains to be found what the situation is.

Yesterday's news that the City Council Housing Department now has one star makes the good case against Stock Transfer. Labour's solution to housing problems was to get rid of housing. Our solution is to resolve the problems.

A city restaurant has also won the national curry award. We do have a wide range of cuisine and having experienced Chinese food in Edinburgh last weekend I can be quite certain that Birmingham is better for Chinese food. This is probably the case for most types of restaurant, but given the 6 hour drive to Edinburgh I don't think I am going to check all of these things out.

This answer about Health Service Reorganisation shows the process of continual revolution in operation. It appears that there will be further changes soon with plans to reorganise the 4 Primary Care Trusts into three or 1 depending upon who you talk to.

This answer on looked after children shows the impact of a number of factors which have long term consequences.

Comments

Manfarang said…
'Birmingham is better for Chinese food'
What kind of Chinese food-Beijing,Sichuan,Guangdong, Yunnan...?

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