PREACHING TO THE UNCONVERTABLE

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I read an article on cycling in Cambridge with disgust. So I decided to engage UKIP candidate Peter Burkinshaw in debate via email. To my amazement, he replied, and a conversation was had.

Every conversation is important. Every attempt to change people’s views. Nothing is futile. Is it?

I read this article in Road.cc with disgust. It is based on these answers. Not at ALL cycling friendly.

So I decided to engage UKIP candidate Peter Burkinshaw in debate via email. To my amazement, he replied, and a conversation was had. I did resort to a little light sarcasm at one point, but I’d had a drink, and he was getting on my nerves, frankly. I am weak.

Here it all is. I think its important to make it public, because he wishes to be a public servant. And because the same arguments are being had by cycling advocates across the UK.

Do please comment below.

6 thoughts on “PREACHING TO THE UNCONVERTABLE”

  1. Being aged 77 or 78 I hope Peter Burkinshaw pays for his bus pass and doesnt claim for the free one he is entitled to, we wouldnt want other people paying for his transport now would we?

    Also I hope he doesnt claim his free TV licence, that would kill him watching the BBC when everyone else pays for it!

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