Tuesday, 24 January 2012
LAZAROWICZ, Mark email@example.com
10:36 (11 hours ago)
to undisclosed recipients
You may recall you contacted me either recently or in the past about the Daylight Saving Bill, which would allow for a trial period in which the clocks were put back.
I thought I would give you an update, as the Bill was discussed again in the House of Commons last Friday.
I took part in the debate, and the vast majority of MPs supported the proposals. There was opposition, however, from a few MPs, mainly from the Scottish National Party and the Conservative Party. The outcome was that the Bill ran out of time. As this was a Private Member's Bill, unless the government takes up the proposal, this effectively means the Bill is dead, at least for this Parliamentary session.
I realise this news will disappoint you, but I thought you would want to know what happened.
If you have any further comments, please do not hesitate to get in touch.
MP for Edinburgh North & Leith
Follow me on Twitter @marklazarowicz
Anthony Moffoot firstname.lastname@example.org
21:53 (5 minutes ago)
Hello, thanks for keeping me posted. I should tell you that I am pleased the bill has failed; I remember the trial 40 years ago, it was horrible and it seemed wilfully perverse and pointless to repeat it.
Tuesday, 10 January 2012
Sunday, 8 January 2012
Henry’s Christmess (sic) Do
Setlist: A Physical Husband, Tamagotchi Girl, Watching Waters Rise, Cool, Mouse In Love, It’s Abnormal, Blue Screen, Selling The Party, Christmouse.
Sound: Leonora. First class from beginning to end. I had amplifier on stage as monitor,we will probably do this again.
Reception: Enthrallment , some exceptionally complimentary commments from complete strangers. “Cool, controlled, tight, other-dimensional.”
Notable for: Equipment failure- Roddy’s pedal shorting, his amp getting switched off, Gavin going silent when fuzz pedal switched on. Oh how we laughed. No , really we did.
Special guests: William and Fiona