Letter to The Echo : 21/09/16
One of the greatest success stories in local government has been the roll out of Children's Centres.
Just for fun, I have listed my views, in a few words on a range of topics. Count and let me know how many you agree with!
Looking after our older, often vulnerable, residents in Hampshire costs a lot of money, time and effort.
It's fair to say that most people take little or no interest in planning policy
The New Forest National Park Authority celebrated a tenth birthday on Sunday 1st March. Its' creation was, at the time, a big deal. The first new National Park to be created in Britain for 50 years.
There will a great many people, living in the New Forest district, concerned at the news that Associated British Ports have purchased...
Whatever the result of the referendum in Scotland on Thursday, it is clear that things will never be the same again.
The majority of members of the New Forest National Park Authority today voted to abandon plans to introduce a public bike hire scheme.
A speech done by Councillor David Harrison on Thursday 20th February 2014 in the Council chamber.
It's been a good few days for all those people who share my wish that a railway passenger service along the Waterside is re-established.
There seems to be a lot of unhappiness within the ranks of the local conservatives, my main opponents at the forthcoming County Council elections in May.
Our Prime Minister doesn't seem at all certain on the question of whether the UK should exit the European Union, re-negotiate the terms or play a full and more enthusiastic role.
Over two years on, it's still hard for me to get used the Liberal Democrats being a party in government.
Last year, I decided to plunge full steam ahead into social media. I did it, in the certain knowledge that there would be both positive and negative aspects.
I was quite pleased to see the Daily Echo publish another article from me today, under the “In My View” Section.