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A good leader takes a little more than his share of the blame, a little less than his share of the credit.

Arnold H. Glasgow

 

Let’s hope that Nick Clegg, oooops sorry, David Cameron remembers this as he enters No 10 Downing Street in a few hours. Perhaps now we can get on with it.

 

ps - still jad browser problems although my supplier has given me a free month as long as I don't go back to BT:))) and I said yes as long as they can get the thing sorted - and cross your fingers it looks ok.

Millions of Britains turned out today to cast their votes in the 2015 General Election

Tell me which bit is the rear end again?

I've had another go at doing night shots but I'm still having trouble with "whites" burning out....has anyone got any tips?? Many thanks

Defaced street art poster on Buxton Street in Spitalfields. Explore #403, 30/08/13.

Inspired by drawings made on location, a classic view of Amsterdam in The Netherlands, a part of Europe that has enchanted expressionist artist Stephen B. Whatley.

 

On the eve of the EU Referendum the artist is passionate about voting to remain in Europe. Voting to remain in the EU, for unity - not isolation. Peace & Strength.

 

Oil on canvas

18 x 24in/46 x 61cm

www.stephenbwhatley.com

View a whole set of Fringe 2012 madness from Edinburgh Scotland here. If you do Twitter add me here.

 

Now its political, meet the mask in front of the man. August, always a mad busy crazy time in Edinburgh, during the festival and fringe, which seems to have grown even bigger than the tattoo and festival. There's no shortage of scaryness and satire here!.

 

Was it a rare trip north to address the Scots nation to plead with Alex Salmond to not leave the union? Maybe a ploy to drum up more Scottish Tories. Famously as they say, there are more pandas at Edinburgh zoo than tory MP's up here.

 

Do let me know in the comments below what "message you might leave for Mr Cameron".

Did I leave a message, well how do you resist? I just wrote "Keep your hands off the NHS you scoundrel, stop selling Britain by the pound...."

 

The Edinburgh Festival Fringe (The Fringe) is the world's largest arts festival, with the 2012 event spanning 25 days totalling over 2,695 shows from 47 countries in 279 venues. Established in 1947 as an alternative to the Edinburgh International Festival, it takes place annually in Scotland's capital, in the month of August. The Fringe is a showcase for the performing arts, particularly theatre and comedy (which has seen substantial growth in recent years), although dance and music are also represented. In 2012, 36% of shows were comedy and 28% theatrical productions. Theatrical productions range from the classics of ancient Greece to William Shakespeare, Samuel Beckett and contemporary works. In 2012, 1,418 shows were having their world premiere.

 

The Fringe is an unjuried festival – with no selection committee, and therefore any type of performance may participate. The Fringe has often showcased experimental works that might not be invited to a more conservative arts festival. In addition to ticketed, programmed events, the Festival has included a street fair, located primarily on the Royal Mile. The Festival is organized by the Festival Fringe Society, which publishes the programme, sells tickets, and offers advice to performers. Their offices are on the Royal Mile.

 

File under: street fringe fring2012 fringe2012 comedy show 2012fringe shows actors performers entertainers in Edinburgh dance free artists grainy gritty mono Dave David Camoron Cameron Tory faithful MP Prime Minister famous politician wheres Nick Clegg Cleggy when you need him scary spooky

 

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Politicians. Loved by few, hated by many.

"They're all mouth" often is said, and this I took literally for this week's Sliders Sunday theme.

HSS my dear friends, and don't take life so seriously! ;-)

 

Politians shown here today are:

Barack Obama (USA) | Boris Johnson (UK) | David Cameron (UK)

Nigel Farage (UK) | Michael Gove (UK) | Iain Duncan Smith (UK)

Angela Merkel (GER) | Eric Pickles (UK) | Hillary Clinton (USA)

 

... more images on facebook in my album "All Mouth".

You'll like it!

 

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Taken with my Apple iPhone

 

Someone's had a little fun with a black marker pen! Honest guv it wasn't me! A day to go and I'm bored of it all before it really starts.

 

In the interest of fairness and free speech. If I'd had a defaced version for the other main parties then I would of posted them as well. These are no necessarily my political views, its just a funny picture taken with my iPhone.

 

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May 1st 2015 Glasgow Green & Tourist Hot Spots

The Doulton Fountain Largest Terracotta Fountain In The world

The Prime Minister David Cameron visited Dawlish to speak to the workers and view the damaged coastal railway line.

 

For help and information on what the government is doing during the flooding, go to:

 

www.gov.uk/government/news/uk-winter-storms-2014-governme...

 

Photo: Crown copyright

Houses of Parliment, London

 

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A classic English Summertime scene, Church Green, in the centre of Witney, Oxfordshire. Even the grass has sunburn.

 

Coming soon to a TV near you as the Constituency of the probable next Prime Minister of England, David Cameron (no Political bias intended, just an observation made from recent Opinion Polls). The picturesque town lies 10 miles west of Oxford and has always been been considered a safe Tory seat.

The Prime Minister David Cameron paid a visit to Dawlish to speak to the workers and view the damaged coastal railway line.

 

For help and information on what the government is doing during the flooding, go to:

 

www.gov.uk/government/news/uk-winter-storms-2014-governme...

 

Photo: Crown copyright

No.52 [front]

Postcard to Pm David Cameron.

27 May 2013

See G-20 2013 graphic here.

 

Source Images:

 

United Kingdom - Prime Minister David Cameron: CC ukhomeoffice's Flickr Photostream

Italy - Prime Minister Enrico Letta: Face, CC Enrico Letta's Flickr photostream. Body, PD Department of Commerce

Germany - Chancellor Angela Merkel, PD Ricardo Stuckert/PR from Agência Brasil, a public Brazilian news agency, via Wikimedia

Russia - President Vladimir Putin, CC World Economic Forum's Flickr Photostream

Japan - Prime Minister Shinzō Abe, PD Wikimedia

France - President François Hollande, CC available via Wikimedia

Canada - Prime Minister Stephen Harper, CCWorld Economic Forum taken by Remy Steinegger and available via Wikimedia

United States - President Barack Obama, PD United States Air Force

 

NOTES:

CC = Creative Commons licensed photo

PD = A photo in the public domain

Larry, the 10 Downing Street cat, shows his support for this Saturday’s Armed Forces Day.

 

Find out about events taking place in your local area: www.armedforcesday.org.uk/

 

Photo: Crown copyright.

Photographer: Paul Shaw.

I used the levels to alter the contrast plus the colour

balance in photo shop to bring out the colours more in this shot.

 

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Visited by David Cameron 20th February 2013

~ Repost ~ From Nov. 2012

(Due to the success of the previous image )

 

So, those nasty Eton and Wesminster boys have stolen nearly all the money,

Now they tell us they are going to take the rest??

 

STRIKE! STRIKE! STRIKE!

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Billy Bragg - There is Power In A Union... And they call us 'futile'? PLAY THESE!

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Solidarity Forever - Pete Seeger

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Leonard Cohen - Solidarity Forever

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Strawbs - Part of the union

No.62.

Postcard to PM David Cameron.

24 June 2013

May 1st 2015 Glasgow Green & Tourist Hot Spots

The Doulton Fountain Largest Terracotta Fountain In The world

David Cameron Paisley Photographer

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Fly Tipping in Blackstoun Rd Fields.

youtu.be/GaQgY_vx5xg

  

11 Ben Hope Avenue Hawkhead Estate PA2 7ND "FLY TIPPING"

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image published July 13th 2013 in the paisley daily express

Prime Minister David Cameron welcomed the Governor of California Arnold Schwarzenegger to Number 10; 14 October 2010, Crown copyright

Prime Minister David Cameron and President Obama at the NATO Summit in Lisbon on 20 November 2010; PA copyright

No.56 [front]

Postcard to PM David Cameron.

31 May 2013

PM attends the European Council in Brussels, 24 and 25 March 2011. Eurpoean Council copyright

The Telegraph: G8 expels Russia March 24, 2014

 

Source Images: United Kingdom - Prime Minister David Cameron: CC ukhomeoffice's Flickr Photostream

Italy - Prime Minister Enrico Letta: Face, CC Enrico Letta's Flickr photostream. Body, PD Department of Commerce

Germany - Chancellor Angela Merkel, PD Ricardo Stuckert/PR from Agência Brasil, a public Brazilian news agency, via Wikimedia

Russia - President Vladimir Putin, CC World Economic Forum's Flickr Photostream

Japan - Prime Minister Shinzō Abe, PD Wikimedia

France - President François Hollande, CC available via Wikimedia

Canada - Prime Minister Stephen Harper, CCWorld Economic Forum taken by Remy Steinegger and available via Wikimedia

United States - President Barack Obama, PD United States Air Force

 

NOTES:

CC = Creative Commons licensed photo

PD = A photo in the public domain

... but, no, the Great British (i.e. English) public want:

 

£12bn worth of cuts to the welfare system hitting the poor, the disabled, the disadvantaged.

 

More tax breaks for the rich.

 

More privatisation of the health and education systems and more state-owned schools sold off as academies.

 

Cuts which cause councils to close swimming pools, playing fields and libraries.

 

A reduction in police, fire and publicly run prison services.

 

The end of the Human Rights Act.

 

The introduction of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment partnership, giving more power to multi-national corporations.

   

Either this is a very bad case of photoshopping or David Cameron is about to star in his own video game. Grand Theft Nation perhaps?

 

Made using this site.

 

www.andybarefoot.com/politics/cameron.php

   

Try it yourself as it is dead easy.

  

Britain decides to leave European Union, Prime Minister David Cameron, resigns, Opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn, faces leadership challenge, Scotland pushes for independence again. What a difference a day makes in British politics ... :-))

New York City is the first stop in the GREAT Global Bus Tour. The branded London double-decker bus will tour 16 countries promoting all that the UK has to offer.

 

Photo by Masha Maltsava, Milk Studios

This is nothing new where drivers drive onto the pavement leaving their tire tracks evidence for all too see. Hell right across the road is a CCTV.

 

Last summer we even had a biker come up hill and do the same thing regardless of people walking out off their building and being hit by this selfishness. This while the pavement was filled with scaffolding's which he drove under.

 

As you can see the hump in the road is there to stop cars, so maybe its time to add a metal pole in the center of the pavement or someones going to walk out and get run over..

 

January 16th 2015

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Recently I was asked if I had any photos of 10 Downing Street as one was needed for a Theatre production, given members of the public can't get nearer that about 50 metres away they were pleasantly surprised when I dug this shot out of the archives. It's about 15 years old and scanned from a negative so fingers crossed it's good enough for their intended use.

The big day hath arrived...

 

I'm thinking of my Homeland big time today, and all my friends and family casting their important votes. What an historic day, regardless of the outcome.

 

Don't be a Clone - Vote 'YES' or 'NO' :O)

 

Bonnie bonnie Scotland, I love you more than you know.

 

www.DavidGilliver.com

 

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Prime Minister David Cameron visited the Capital of Afghanistan, Kabul. His visit comes as British forces come to the end of their time in the country.

 

During his visit the PM met with Afghan President Ashraf Ghani, and their Chief Executive Abdullah. Both leaders held a joint a press conference, where they spoke about Britain's involvement within the country and the future of Afghanistan.

 

The PM also travelled to the multi-national military base Camp Bastion where he met and spoke to the troops.

 

Photo: Crown copyright

Photographer: Arron Hoare

No.60 [front]

Postcard to PM David Cameron.

12 June 2013

Heading south down Whitehall. Always a spectacle: Michelle Obama's motorcade arrives at - and departs from - 10 Downing Street via Whitehall on the evening of Tuesday June 16 2015. America's First Lady spent 50 minutes taking tea with Prime Minister David Cameron and his wife Samantha. Earlier in the day she had met Prince Harry at Kensington Palace and then gave an inspirational speech to students at the Mulberry School for Girls in east London: www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-33144636

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