Washminster

Washminster
Washminster

Monday, 13 June 2011

1500!

This is the 1500th post on Washminster - a blog which has been going since March 2007. Some of those posts are close-up eye witness accounts of events now part of history - such as the day in Westminster when Tony Blair handed over to Gordon Brown (You can relive the day starting here & then by pressing 'later posts'); or Obama's rally in Manassas on the eve of his election to the Presidency (videos can be viewed here). It has profiles of districts/constituencies for General Elections in both the UK and USA - as well as history series on Washington DC (August 2008) and the Westminster/Whitehall (August 2009) areas. There are pieces (including videos) of US Civil War battlefields - plus lots of material useful for studying law and politics. There are posts written at Westminster, in Washington, at party conferences describing what has been going on there and posts about conferences and seminars I have attended.

The search engine can be used for specific words - and the blog archive lists in date order every post (with direct links to). I hope that you will find this blog to be a useful resource for your needs.

I will be writing the 1501st post tomorrow - and hope to carry on long into the future.

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