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mike allott



Mike Allott Home Page

I am an ex-Barclays retired banker turned amateur website designer. In a second life I designed and promoted the sale of snooker and pool tables, amongst other specialist or voluntary interests.

I am also a life-long supporter of the centrist principles of the British Labour party and I have been a member of what is now Unite for over 50 years. I was born in Hull and live in  Hampshire. I also write letters to national newspapers (to see catalogue).

Plus current views on the UK/global Labour movement (if accessible:12/10/2020)



Evidence ▼

Research Marketing:

Dip. MRS [Market Research Society]IM[Member Institute of Marketing]


Further Education Teaching Certificate [Business Studies and Communications].


25 years retail bank management [Barclays-retired]


Website delivery 2000-2020 [external links] ▼

Nutrition monitoring


Billiards Cooperative (2020)

www.matchbilliards.co.uk | www.matchsnooker.co.uk 

Labour party politics.
(Historic sites plus Labourcounts updated)

www.annblack.com | www.Labourcounts.com | www.Labourlink.com | www.clicklabour.com | Labourbility and disability access

Other activities    Word-code & Decipher

   twitter logo


Policy of this website  

Policy dated November 2020

This a non-commercial, non-interactive site. There are no cookies placed. It is not anticipated that readers should respond directly from this site. The site serves as an on-line record of work and projects undertaken by the author or alongside with others. Whilst it is occasionally updated, it serves primarily as an historic and continued record since around the year 2000. The site still continues to use the same basic web-design tools available at the time. Even so, most of the content, ought still to be readable on most modern devices. It observes and promotes the simple principle of:

"What counts is what works"



index of image files | index of folders and pages

School Days | Photos


External links to Daily Newspapers

Times | Guardian | Independent | Telegraph | Daily Mail

Washington Post | New York Times


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