Saturday, March 01, 2008

Northern Decision Makers II - Online Now

Our second edition of Northern Decision Makers is now up-and-running on the broadband tv site - you can see it here. It includes a fairly spikey set of exchanges between myself and Tory MEP Martin Callanan, and a good discussion with Cath Purdy on housing.

As always, comments and suggestions are very welcome.

8 comments:

justice said...

Where is the £2million plus promised by Wimpeys to allow them to build 233 houses on the old Cleveland Bridge site?

Where is that money?

Why are the District Auditor, the Police and also the Ombudsman investigating that 'promise' reneged on by them and allowed by people like you, Nick?

Is this a new labour achievement?

Corruption of the highest calibre?

only me again said...

Where is the £2million plus promised by Wimpeys to allow them to build 233 houses on the old Cleveland Bridge site?

Where is that money?

Why are the District Auditor, the Police and also the Ombudsman investigating that 'promise' reneged on by them and allowed by people like you, Nick?

Is this a new labour achievement?

Corruption of the highest calibre?

Justice From tl.com said...

I just watched it and it did seem to prattle on too much, on the same subject personally I got bored halfway through and switched off, perhaps shorter snippits covering different issues would be a better format!

Justice from townliar.com not the above poster

Ian White, townliar.com said...

Hi Nick

Looking forward to submitting questions to Alan "who" Milburn next issue how do we submit our questions?

Anonymous said...

It was like Laurel and Hardy do boring politics, I suggest either spicing it up or giving it up!

I know its early days but can't wait till the next one when the invisible man is on, it would appear that all questions will be upfront with time for a prepared answer, tut tut.

Anonymous said...

We may be able to ask questions of Alan Milburn but like a true politician getting an answer and not the party line is difficult.

Her's one I would like an honest answer to.

How many hours a week do you spend in the chamber of the Houses of Parliament and how many hours a week do you spend on feathering your nest by undertaking work which is not that of an MP?

Darlington Councillor said...

(1) "Justice". *Sigh*. It would appear that the wacko elements from the Liar are favouring us with their presence. As far as I'm aware, there's no Police, District Auditor etc. investigation of the Southy Park scheme.

(2) Thanks, Ian. You can leave a question here, but...

(3) Anonymous - for any question to be considered, I will require your name and email address - I'm not prepared to consider what is little more than personal abuse for the programme.

Ian White, townliar.com said...

Nick

I would like to submit to AM

"Why has he not backed the concessionary travel passes being used before 9:30am in light of the fact there has been enough opposition to this time from his local electorate"

Or if that ones a bit too squirmy for him, hows about..

"Will he as MP for Darlington be supporting the vote for an EU referendum?"

You have all my contact details.