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Andrew George MP Visits St Ives Memory Cafe

Andrew George MP visited the St Ives Memory Cafe in Carbis Bay yesterday. The cafe, which is based in the Memorial Hall at Trencrom Lane, provides support and information for people with dementia and their carers. It is held every

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COMMENT ON CORNWALL COUNCIL (OFF STREET PARKING PLACES) ORDER 2011 CONSULTATION

16th November 2010 Following receipt of Cornwall Council’s consultation on off street parking places, Andrew George, MP for the West Cornwall and Isles of Scilly Constituency of St Ives, has been asked to make a statement prior to a public

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Andrew George MP met up with Australian Parliamentarian Max Trenorden

Yesterday afternoon, local MP Andrew George met up with Australian Parliamentarian Max Trenorden in St Ives to discuss renewable energy projects, including the Wave Hub. The meeting was arranged by Ocean Power Technologies who are involved in the Wave Hub

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Wave Hub Project

Andrew George MP visited the Wave Hub project this week and met with the wave energy project’s Project director to discuss progress. The St Ives MP also raised the issues of marine safety and compensation for fishermen. The Wave Hub

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Andrew George’s Volunteer Action Team Listen to Voters in St Ives

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  • Understanding Differences in the Canadian and UK Liberal General Election Strategies in 2015. June 29, 2016
    I recently reviewed Kenneth Carty’s “Big Tent Politics, the Liberal Party’s Long Mastery of Canada’s Public Life”, which was published after Justin Trudeau had become Liberal leader but before his sensational win in the General Election.  Liberals went from 34 seats to 184 seats and majority government. As I noted in the review of Carty’s book, in […]
    Antony Hook
  • Pledge to rejoin EU needs to be matched by EU Impact Fund June 29, 2016
    Tim Farron has rightly pledged we should campaign to take Britain back into the EU in the next general election. Should the election take place earlier than expected, we may still be an EU member, and should propose to withdraw from the Article 50 process. In either case, it would not be politically credible to […]
    Nick Hopkinson