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Folkestone and Hythe Views

  • Gary Fuller
    Article: Nov 8, 2018
    By Gary Fuller in Folkestone Herald - Talking Points

    The best example of work life balance I've seen was when I was working in Further Education. A colleague of mine worked part-time as a lecturer whilst his partner worked part-time in a primary school. I believe she was the deputy head. They shared parental responsibilities, led active lives and had their own small-holding.

  • Margaret Rees at People's Vote March October 2018
    Article: Oct 23, 2018
    By Margaret Rees

    So why did I march? I hate crowds and noise, but I felt that it would be one of the most important marches in history. It promised to be big and it was - some 670,000 people marched peacefully with some amazing banners. One of my friends and her banner made it to the Guardian - a picture of a man shooting himself in the foot, a foot with a Union Flag sock.

  • Gary Fuller
    Article: Oct 18, 2018
    By Gary Fuller in Folkestone Herald - Talking Points

    I passed my driving test in 2015, having steadfastly refused to learn for many years, despite commuting to Canterbury for ten years from 2002. There were several reasons I chose to learn, even though it would increase my carbon footprint at the worst possible time and might cost more some months than getting the bus.