Pompey’s favourite party political podcast returns with hosts Ian ‘Tiny’ Morris and Simon Sansbury.In this week’s episode, they look at methods of voting this side of the Atlantic and ask if we really need to vote in person with all the technology available to us. They invited listeners to join in and make a for or against case for whichever idea took their fancy.
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S&C contributor and Pompey Politics Podcast host Ian Morris shares his experience of the lockdown, as someone with diabetes. It’s Day 80 and Ian’s eldest gets a surprise from his boss that benefits the whole [… read more ]
Shelagh Simmons questions the ‘consultation’ process for the proposed Solent Combined Authority, which would see Portsmouth, Southampton and the Isle of Wight local governance transformed, potentially under the leadership of an elected mayor. Additional reporting [… read more ]
Local Liberal Democrat party member, Simon Sansbury, who also stood for the party in the last local council elections, explores the party’s ongoing leadership contest and weighs up who should get his vote. The starting [… read more ]