Through his ongoing work with various communities, committees and agencies across Aberdeen, things are actually happening daily.
"By the strength of our common endeavour, we achieve more than we achieve alone so as to create for each of us the means to realise our true and full potential, and for all of us a community in which power, wealth and opportunity are afforded and managed by the people for the people. The objective is for the individual to fulfil their potential and ambition. My role is as the enabler of this, not the controller of it, aiming not to limit that ambition or those goals, but to open up their possibility to all. This is real community, and it is not constrained by old geographical lines or monarch-style leadership."

After the Storm: Westminster

GovernmentPosted by Rick Tue, June 13, 2017 16:11:04
And whilst Ive been at a local primary school Sportsday it seems like the media attention has turned to our Scottish representatives first 48hrs as MPs. From top-left (clockwise), Scottish Labour's Magnificent 7 with Jeremy Corbin; SNPs Nicola Sturgeon with her team of 35; Scotland's 4 Liberal Democrats with Willie Rennie; and the 13 Scottish Conservatives. Our Scottish results were as follows:
PartySeats (change)2017 vote shareShare change2017 votesVote change
SNP35 (-21)36.9%-13.1977,569-476,867
Conservatives13 (+12)28.6%+13.7757,949+323,852
Labour7 (+6)27.1%+2.8717,007+9,860
Lib Dems4 (+3)7.5%-0.8179,061-40,614
(source BBC News :

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