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This appears as an action photo, but is a photo of opening the improved swimming pool at Brays School. Brays do a very good job in improving the quality of life for kids who have particularly special needs. I think the Warnock report is being seen for being simplistic even by Baroness Warnock. Hopefully no-one will ever suggest closing Brays School now.
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This is a photo of launching the "hit squad" and switching on the lights at the Yew Tree. It is nice to have some progress being made in the suburbs of Yardley much that I am spending a lot of time dealing with the development at The Swan.
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Being a bit soft I allowed the Labour MPs who had turned up at a "photo opportunity" without cameras to use my digital camera and have emailed the photos to them. If only the Labour government showed any willingness to cooperate on Climate Change then we would be making progress. (Aviation white paper anyone)
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This is a nice photo of opening the Stockfield CA's new community resource centre on Alexander Road (2a). The volunteers on the CA board make a real difference. Stockfield is where my mother lived when she was a child and I lived for a while with my grandparents so it holds a special emotional attachment for me.

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R v SUSSEX JUSTICES ex p McCARTHY [1924] 1 KB 256

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