Standing up to knife crime in Croydon

Posted on May 21st, by Jamie Audsley in Politics & Society. 1 Comment

The local community must come together to find long-term solutions to this tragic problem

It’s always disheartening to hear or read about incidents of knife crime in the news, but when these incidents involve your neighbours, it’s not only devastating but worrying too. On 8th August 2017 Jermaine Goupall was brutally murdered. Jermaine’s death was the result of a rivalry between Croydon gang CR0 and Thornton Heath … Read More »



Let’s invest in Croydon’s real infrastructure – its people

Posted on February 17th, by Jamie Audsley in Economics & Business. 1 Comment

The new Good Employer Charter is building a network of Croydonians to do business responsibly

As each news cycle tells us, we’re living in uncertain and insecure times. It’s easy to feel disempowered and disengaged when the world is changing so rapidly around us. Leaders of all political leanings are struggling to respond to the failures of globalisation and in many cases – across the … Read More »



Let’s get organised to win the REAL Living Wage!

Posted on November 9th, by Jamie Audsley in Politics & Society. 4 comments

Jamie Audsley has seen what can be achieved with successful community organising. Now he wants to end poverty pay in Croydon

Poverty wages are affecting the future success and happiness of Croydon’s children. This should concern us all, whether we have kids of our own or not. I remember all too clearly my feelings of anger and frustration eight years ago, when I was a … Read More »