Bob Copeland BSc. MBCS CEng CITP
Bob has been an active member of the community in the village of Kingswood, Gloucestershire for over 30 years, he has helped to set up Churches Together in Kingswood and is currently part of a team working to establish a community hub there. Bob also hosts a Socialist book club, and has reviewed many of the books the group has read for Bylines. Professionally he is a Director of a business developing software for the transport and logistics industry. He enjoys the outdoor life, walking, cycling and camping, and has been writing for West England Bylines since 2021.
McGarvey gives a first-hand account of the social and economic costs of poverty in Britain today. Society must provide community...Read more
Bob’s review of this book shows that public schools, far from inculcating in the sons of the elite a sense...Read more
The criticism of Gary Lineker for his comments on the ‘Stop the Boats’ bill is yet another example of the...Read more
As ordinary people we owe it to those who have gone before us to make politicians more accountable, and make...Read more
This book makes a significant contribution to our understanding of our history, the impact of that history on our society...Read more
Regional assemblies in England would end the domination of Westminster based government and give us a real say on national...Read more
Representation and Accountability are essential to enable our government to tackle the major issues of the day like the Climate...Read more
Covid has not gone away. The UK has performed badly in comparison with many other countries, especially in Asia, and...Read more
Reviewing James Meek's book, 'Private Island', Bob Copeland shows that privatisation has led to an indirect taxation of the British...Read more
Having shown us how we can learn from Covid , Bob tells us what we must DO to Save the...Read more
Bob asks if the Government can use the lessons from the Pandemic to tackle the climate emergency. His answer is...Read more
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