Freezing ticket prices is another way our long term economic plan is working for you.

Freezing Rail Prices and Fuel Duty

Today I was out in Westhoughton North and Chew Moor once again, this time telling commuters about the excellent news that a Conservative Government will freeze rail prices. Travel on our railways is shockingly expensive, a problem that is in no small part due to the 11% rise in train travel that Labour introduced during their final year in power. Now we are bringing in an Read More →

Injuries mean conlanging

While walking home from an excellent morning and early afternoon’s campaigning in Westhoughton, I managed to sprain my knee on a loose paving slab. Consequently, I’ve been stuck at home resting it since then. I don’t like being stuck at home –  I prefer to be out there, doing things. It’s very annoying. Nevertheless, this weekend was a party weekend because we had friends and a Read More →

Practicing parkour in Freeway Park, Seattle, Washington. Photograph by Joe Mabel, used under GNU Free Documentation License.

Parkour and taking my fitness to the next stage

Over the last few years, I’ve ended up putting on a lot of  weight. It’s been years since I was my ideal body weight but thanks to my illness and the medication used to treat it, I’ve ended up 4 stone overweight. That’s so not good it’s verging on obese. I’m taking steps to remedy this problem. Last year I made it my new year’s Read More →