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City’s Gender Identity Consultation

Started this discussion. Last reply by Christo Aug 3. 1 Reply

There are a lot of heated arguments going on about the City's current Gender Identity Consultation and this is generating both press stories and online arguments. One side is running with the line…Continue

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City’s Gender Identity Consultation

There are a lot of heated arguments going on about the City's current Gender Identity Consultation and this is generating both press stories and online arguments. One side is running with the line the questions are loaded and the consultation is a sham, others are largely supportive.The Pink Paper runs with The Sunday Times comes under fire for ‘scaremongering’ and ‘anti-trans’ article on women’s toilets:…See More
Jul 29
Stewart Home replied to Emma Matthews's discussion Mark Boleat and the Denizen
"There were a number of reasons for campaigning against The Denizen. For many the most important was that 110 social housing units that provided homes for key workers are being replaced by 99 luxury flats that won't be lived in. The Denizen is…"
Jul 18
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Media Story about City of London 'stonewalling' on financial arrangements

Minutes from a City of London Financial Investment Board meeting on March 22, published this month, showed a member queried why the Corporation had made loans to the (Northamptonshire County) council. The minutes state: “The chairman advised the board that the outstanding £20 million loan to Northamptonshire County Council was underwritten by central government. "A member raised a query about loans to local authorities that the board agreed to discuss as a non-public question relating to the…See More
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Stewart Home commented on Paul Lincoln's blog post Conflicts of interest - do they matter in EC1?
"Given that Colthurst was 'elected' for Lime Street on 115 business votes, Boleat in Cordwainer on 77 business votes, and Hayward unopposed (i.e. no votes) in Broad Street (also a business vote ward), I find it distasteful that these men…"
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Stewart Home commented on Paul Lincoln's blog post Common councillor meeting in Cripplegate - conflicts of interest, participation in the planning process, culture mile
"David - the London Stone piece is as Fred says very interesting, and alongside much else shows what can be done with the City's amazing library/research resources. It would be good if it was more widely publicised that 'temporary'…"
Nov 19, 2017
Stewart Home commented on Paul Lincoln's blog post Common councillor meeting in Cripplegate - conflicts of interest, participation in the planning process, culture mile
"Fred & David. Just to clarify people can buy the Gordon & Dewhirst book from the Ward Club for £1.75 without joining the club, and it is also held as part of City of London library stock so can be read for free. Ward club page selling…"
Nov 11, 2017
Stewart Home commented on Paul Lincoln's blog post Common councillor meeting in Cripplegate - conflicts of interest, participation in the planning process, culture mile
"David Graves, my reason for believing City's Cash subsidised Mark Boleat's report are the minutes of a Meeting of Policy and Resources Committee, Thursday, 24th September, 2015 1.45 pm (Item 8.). Viz: "approval be given to the City of…"
Nov 8, 2017
Stewart Home commented on Paul Lincoln's blog post Common councillor meeting in Cripplegate - conflicts of interest, participation in the planning process, culture mile
"David Graves, sorry to take a while to get back to you but I’ve been thinking about what might bring younger people into Cripplegate ward meetings since you asked me about it. Perhaps something sports related rather than classical music would…"
Nov 7, 2017
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Nov 2, 2017
Stewart Home commented on Paul Lincoln's blog post Common councillor meeting in Cripplegate - conflicts of interest, participation in the planning process, culture mile
"Thanks for your clarification David. I was at the meeting and my recollection was that you described Boleat as having a portfolio career and as 'yesterday's man'. However since I didn't take notes about what you said with regard…"
Nov 2, 2017
Stewart Home commented on Paul Lincoln's blog post Common councillor meeting in Cripplegate - conflicts of interest, participation in the planning process, culture mile
"I see three Cripplegate councillors are quoted on page 3 of the current City Matters (1-7 November 2017) criticising Mark Boleat's recent Housing & Finance Institute Report 'The Housing Problem in London: A Broken Planning…"
Nov 1, 2017
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Oct 28, 2017
Stewart Home commented on Paul Lincoln's blog post Common councillor meeting in Cripplegate - conflicts of interest, participation in the planning process, culture mile
"I thought there was an impressive amount of opposition to the proposed new concert hall given how many classical music fans had been lured to the meeting by the promise of a talk about Culture Mile by Nicholas Kenyon, rather skewing the results of…"
Oct 27, 2017

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Media Story about City of London 'stonewalling' on financial arrangements

Posted on May 18, 2018 at 21:36 0 Comments

Minutes from a City of London Financial Investment Board meeting on March 22, published this month, showed a member queried why the Corporation had made loans to the (Northamptonshire County) council. The minutes state: “The chairman advised the board that the outstanding £20 million loan to Northamptonshire County Council was underwritten by central government. "A member raised a query about loans to local authorities that the board agreed to discuss as a non-public question relating to the…

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