“#Corbyn today is fucking useless & this wet knickered adulation of him is just too pathetic for words” “A public forum for the supporters of @JeremyCorbyn. A movement of peace loving human beings …” #PeoplesVote

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“Corbyn today is fucking useless and this wet knickered adulation of him is just too pathetic for words”

“Corbyn today is fucking useless and this wet knickered adulation of him is just too pathetic for words”

“Fuck off unless you can provide another credible solution to the Tories!!”

“A public forum for the supporters of Jeremy Corbyn. A movement of peace loving human beings …”

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“#Corbyn today is fucking useless & this wet knickered adulation of him is just too pathetic for words” “A public forum for the supporters of @JeremyCorbyn. A movement of peace loving human beings …” #PeoplesVote

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“Corbyn today is fucking useless and this wet knickered adulation of him is just too pathetic for words”

“Corbyn today is fucking useless and this wet knickered adulation of him is just too pathetic for words”

“Fuck off unless you can provide another credible solution to the Tories!!”

“A public forum for the supporters of Jeremy Corbyn. A movement of peace loving human beings …”

The deadline to register to vote in May’s Council Elections is Friday 12th April! Have you registered, yet?

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There are council elections taking place on 2nd May in England and Northern Ireland.

The deadline to register to vote in these elections is Friday 12th April.

Where should I register to vote, if I am a student?

If you are a student, you may be able to register to vote at both your home and term time addresses.

Are students able to vote twice in local authority elections?

Yes.

If your home and university addresses are in two different local authority areas, you may vote in local elections in both areas.

You need to register with each of the two local authorities, separately, in order to vote twice.

Which councils are up for election on May 2nd?

Metropolitan Boroughs

In 33 of the 36 English Metropolitan Borough Councils one-third of their seats are up for election.

Unitary Authorities

Elections will take place in 47 unitary authorities.

Whole Council

In 30 English unitary authorities the whole council is up for election.

Third of Council

In 17 English unitary authorities one third of the council is up for election.

Non-Metropolitan Districts

Elections will take place in 179 non-metropolitan districts.

Whole Council

In 130 English district authorities the whole council is up for election.

Third of Council

In 49 English district authorities one third of the council is up for election.

Mayoral Elections

Six direct mayoral elections will be held.

One election will be held for a regional mayor.

Northern Ireland

In Northern Ireland, all eleven councils will be up for election.

“#Corbyn today is fucking useless & this wet knickered adulation of him is just too pathetic for words” “A public forum for the supporters of @JeremyCorbyn. A movement of peace loving human beings …” #PeoplesVote

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“Corbyn today is fucking useless and this wet knickered adulation of him is just too pathetic for words”

“Corbyn today is fucking useless and this wet knickered adulation of him is just too pathetic for words”

“Fuck off unless you can provide another credible solution to the Tories!!”

“A public forum for the supporters of Jeremy Corbyn. A movement of peace loving human beings …”

Impartiality and the BBC…

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Paul Bernal's Blog

The issue of BBC and impartiality seems never far from the surface these days – and during the highly charged Brexit process it seems to have erupted more and more. So much so that Ofcom, who have been the BBC’s regulator since it took the role from the BBC Trust in 2017, are now undertaking a review.

This review is very much to be welcomed – but it needs to be understood too. This is not happening, as some seem to think, as a recognition of BBC bias, or an acknowledgement that something is wrong in practice with the BBC’s output. The terms of the review give a somewhat less direct explanation. The Terms of Reference of the review state that:

“We will seek to understand more clearly the importance the audience places on the BBC’s impartiality; whether they are satisfied that the current tools used to ensure due impartiality…

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Students, you may vote twice in the Council Elections on 2nd May, if your home and university addresses are in two different local authority areas. Are you registered to vote in both, yet?

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There are council elections taking place on 2nd May in England and Northern Ireland.

The deadline to register to vote in these elections is Friday 12th April.

Where should I register to vote, if I am a student?

If you are a student, you may be able to register to vote at both your home and term time addresses.

Are students able to vote twice in local authority elections?

Yes.

If your home and university addresses are in two different local authority areas, you may vote in local elections in both areas.

You need to register with each of the two local authorities, separately, in order to vote twice.

Which councils are up for election on May 2nd?

Metropolitan Boroughs

In 33 of the 36 English Metropolitan Borough Councils one-third of their seats are up for election.

Unitary Authorities

Elections will take place in 47 unitary authorities.

Whole Council

In 30 English unitary authorities the whole council is up for election.

Third of Council

In 17 English unitary authorities one third of the council is up for election.

Non-Metropolitan Districts

Elections will take place in 179 non-metropolitan districts.

Whole Council

In 130 English district authorities the whole council is up for election.

Third of Council

In 49 English district authorities one third of the council is up for election.

Mayoral Elections

Six direct mayoral elections will be held.

One election will be held for a regional mayor.

Northern Ireland

In Northern Ireland, all eleven councils will be up for election.

Let’s Make May 2nd’s Council Elections in England and Northern Ireland a Referendum on @Theresa_May’s handling of #BREXIT and the interference in our democracy by hostile foreign powers …

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There are council elections taking place on 2nd May in England and Northern Ireland.

The deadline to register to vote in these elections is Friday 12th April.

Where should I register to vote, if I am a student?

If you are a student, you may be able to register to vote at both your home and term time addresses.

Are students able to vote twice in local authority elections?

Yes.

If your home and university addresses are in two different local authority areas, you may vote in local elections in both areas.

You need to register with each of the two local authorities, separately, in order to vote twice.

Which councils are up for election on May 2nd?

Metropolitan Boroughs

In 33 of the 36 English Metropolitan Borough Councils one-third of their seats are up for election.

Unitary Authorities

Elections will take place in 47 unitary authorities.

Whole Council

In 30 English unitary authorities the whole council is up for election.

Third of Council

In 17 English unitary authorities one third of the council is up for election.

Non-Metropolitan Districts

Elections will take place in 179 non-metropolitan districts.

Whole Council

In 130 English district authorities the whole council is up for election.

Third of Council

In 49 English district authorities one third of the council is up for election.

Mayoral Elections

Six direct mayoral elections will be held.

One election will be held for a regional mayor.

Northern Ireland

In Northern Ireland, all eleven councils will be up for election.