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How small businesses can help their communities engage with election candidates in the face of lockdown

Even though some of the restrictions have been lifted recently, we will not be having the set piece exchanges where candidates face halls full of people asking lots of questions The candidate lists have now been published. As the database gets filled in, https://whocanivotefor.co.uk/ will be able to display the candidates in your area justContinue reading “How small businesses can help their communities engage with election candidates in the face of lockdown”

The Police & Crime Commissioner Elections 2021 for Cambridgeshire & Peterborough

Including some of the background information you can use to ask questions of the candidates. You can find out who the candidates are in your area using your postcode at https://whocanivotefor.co.uk/ The candidates are also listed on the WikiPage for these elections here, and also on the Policing Insight page here. For those of youContinue reading “The Police & Crime Commissioner Elections 2021 for Cambridgeshire & Peterborough”

Can Cambridgeshire’s local history service become an election issue?

“I want this building please!” In July 2017, the Conservative-led County Council confirmed that the archive service was being run “at its statutory minimum”. With the whole of the council up for election on 06 May 2021, what pressure can people interested in local history put on candidates and future councillors? You can find outContinue reading “Can Cambridgeshire’s local history service become an election issue?”