James Morris Election Blog..."Too many hills"

Submitted on Thu, 16/07/2009 - 3:18pm

Managed to deliver another batch of leaflets yesterday evening despite getting home late from work as the Liverpool Street to Hertford East train took an astonishing two hours to crawl in. Line side fire apparently! Delivering leaflets makes you realise just how undulating parts of Hertford are and how many long, uphill drives exist.

The New Generation of Political Activists

Submitted on Wed, 15/07/2009 - 8:52am

Young People are among the worst represented group in politics. The average age of an MP is 50 and the youngest MP is Lib Dem Jo Swinson, aged 29.

James Morris Election blog...Monday 13th July

Submitted on Mon, 13/07/2009 - 12:14pm

Back on the campaign trail this week as missed out at the weekend due to work commitments and then the pleasure of being a proud Godfather at baby Fraser's christening. I hope to be around the London Road, Brookside Park Road area tonight from 7.30pm so if anyone would like to stop for a chat I would be more than happy to oblige.

James Morris Election Blog... "Sore feet"

Submitted on Fri, 10/07/2009 - 1:54pm

Thursday 9th July 2009

Just had my first evening of delivering leaflets and also managed to talk to a couple of local residents about the forthcoming elections. I am clearly not as fit as I thought I was and by the end I was exhausted and my feet were killing me! Roped my brother in to help which was handy as not only did he lighten the load he is also an Osteopath!

James Morris Election Blog...

Submitted on Fri, 10/07/2009 - 11:28am

Picked up the campaign leaflets yesterday (in hindsight I wished I'd taken the car!) and the process of delivering them starts today. I aim to to speak to as many people as I can over the next 12 days and I hope to make people aware that a Town Council can, and maybe should, consist of independent candidates which can better serve the people of Hertford.

James Morris

Asking where our money is being spent

Submitted on Fri, 03/07/2009 - 4:26pm

Unless you have lived in a cave for the last two years you will be fully aware of the current recession we are all experiencing and the 'credit crunch' times we are living in.  We are all much more concerned about where our money is being spent as there seems to be less of it.  Therefore we should all be alarmed to read the article in today's Mercury outlining the huge £930k ove