Hosts Ian Morris and Simon Sansbury return this week after a technical glitch at the weekend. This week Revd Amy Webb talks about a new community food initiative for Cosham, Wymering and Paulsgrove and our hosts reflect on the new tier system, with Portsmouth in Tier 2.
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On 14th November, local resident and member of Hampshire Pro-Choice, Emily Brotherhood, gave a deputation to ask Portsmouth City Council to introduce measures to prevent religious anti-abortionists from intimidating women outside the BPAS clinic at [… read more ]
S&C’s critic and reporter Emily Priest visits a new addition to Portsmouth’s café scene, as it works to overcome the controversy and politics that saw its previous operators infamously evicted. Back in February this year, Portsmouth [… read more ]
In response to S&C’s call for Conservative perspectives on the election, Ian Morris explains why he will be voting for the incumbent party despite the strong feelings he has encountered online and off. Sadly yes [… read more ]