The Wilson Perspective: A squeeze on parking places is one of effects of major development, argues Dave Wilson.
The Wilson Perspective: Representative democracy must become more representative and more democratic, argues Dave Wilson.
The Wilson Perspective. Dave Wilson casts a wry eye over claims that the city’s Labour Party is in thrall to radicals.
The Wilson Perspective: With Christmas over, it’s time to refocus our attention on the city’s social issues, says Dave Wilson.
The Wilson Perspective: In his last column of the year, Dave Wilson looks forward to next year and the impending city council elections.
The Wilson Perspective: There is a democratic deficiency in the way KCC is run, argues Dave Wilson.
The Wilson Perspective: There is an air of dysfunction around our local authority, argues Dave Wilson.
The Wilson Perspective: Campaigners are obsessing about where services are located rather than how they’re funded
The Wilson Perspective: Canterbury City Council should call the bluff of developers who threaten legal action, argues Dave Wilson.
The Wilson Perspective: Election results are being be disconnected from the number of votes cast, argues Dave Wilson.
The Wilson Perspective: Dave Wilson asks why the city council appears to be procrastinating over the implications of leaving the European Union.
The Wilson Perspective: Dave Wilson ponders whether the government deserves an ASBO for its policing failures.
Dave Wilson is a community activist who has worked in and around local authorities for 35 years and is a Labour Party councillor in Barton Ward. He is a trustee of Kent Savers Credit Union.
The Canterbury Journal