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.
The Wilson Perspective: Dave Wilson explores the possibilities for the future of transport.
The Wilson Perspective: Could a Community Improvement District replace Canterbury’s Business Improvement District, asks Dave Wilson.
The Wilson Perspective: The government should be spending more not less on what people need, argues Dave Wilson.
The Wilson Perspective: Leaving public services in the hands of private enterprises only encourages them to cut, cut and cut again, says Dave Wilson.
The Wilson Perspective: Dave Wilson assesses the deselection of a former Lord Mayor as we head towards the next city council election.
Dave Wilson started university in the 1970s and was soon immersed in edgy political activity.
Dave Wilson is a Labour Party member and community activist who has worked in and around local authorities for 35 years. He is a trustee of Kent Savers Credit Union.
The Canterbury Journal