Posts for Politics
Councillor role Flexbury and Poughill – why not request a democratic election?
From Simon Browning: Unless an election is requested by at least TEN electors from the Flexbury and Poughill wards – in writing before 23rd April – the new councillor to […]
Headteachers give an update on the state of school funding
This is the letter sent out by Budehaven and many other schools around the country today: I wanted to contact you to provide an update on current issues relating […]
Cornwall Council leader furious about £33 million allocation
Cornwall Council Leader Adam Paynter has expressed anger at the £33 million allocated to South West England from the Government’s new £1.6 billion Stronger Towns Fund. The fund, which according to […]
Budehaven student elected again for Cornwall Youth Parliament
Year 10 Budehaven student, Indigo Haynes, has been elected for a second term as MYP for East Cornwall. She campaigned on the mental health crisis facing young people in Cornwall […]
Stratton MIU, the wider picture? Cash for children’s mental health provision
By the Chair of Bude Labour Party (other people are entitled to publish opinion pieces, too; indeed, it would be good if someone did!) While ‘temporary’ night time Closure […]
Democracy in Bude: Local People fighting for our Hospital and Young People striking for all our futures.
Opinion piece following events from last week by the Chair of Bude Labour Party (as ever, opinion pieces are open to all to submit): There were two important […]