Tuesday, 11 September 2018

Thanet gets the boot, proposed new parliamentary constituency boundaries and the inevitable photos and thoughts

 The big wheel at Dreamland

As you see if the electoral commission get their way like Italy the map of the new Thanet constituency will look like a boot.

At the moment the red dots mark Roger Gale's Thanet North constituency and the green ones Thanet South which usually has a different MP come election time.

 This is the planned new Dover one
This the new Canterbury one

This one called Kent North Coastal

I am not really sure that these changes will get through parliament at the moment given the no overall majority and the boundary changes being very good for the conservatives. Had these changes happened before the last elections the conservatives would have a working majority at the moment.

Work in the bookshop today

this is the link to the pictures of the books we put out

 After the big wheel i think I had better put up some Dreamland photos next

 Meanwhile back in Ramsgate I did a bit more to the watercolour in The Royal Victoria Pavilion aka Wetherspoons

 I sort of like the idea of including the bit of balcony that I'm 0n
 sort of like this
 's a big bita pap-ah
was glad when my eggs benedict Brunch arrived

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