Pompey’s favourite party political podcast returns with hosts Ian ‘Tiny’ Morris and Simon Sansbury.In this week’s episode, Viola Langley & Paula Savage from Let’s Stop Aquind talk about the struggle to fight against the imposition of an electricity interconnector that plans to cut through the second-most densely populated city in the UK.
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Ian Morris returns with his weekly column and this week, he responds to Greg Clarke’s recent resignation and explores the issue of inclusive language. I love words, and possibly the more obscure the word, the [… read more ]
By Sue Cornell We venture onto half known pavements. Our legs carry us, our feet accelerate and brake on unfamiliar territory several streets from home. Approaching fellow travellers we nod, smile apology and cross the [… read more ]
Tim Sheerman-Chase, the Green Party candidate for Fratton ward, local air quality campaigner and author of the #LetPompeyBreathe blog, argues for the introduction of Clean Air Zones in Portsmouth. Clean air campaigners in Portsmouth welcome [… read more ]