Author Archives: ianchisnall

About ianchisnall

I am passionate about the need for public policies to be made accessible to everyone, especially those who want to improve the wellbeing of their communities. I am particularly interested in issues related to crime and policing as well as health services and strategic planning.

Will Government remove Johnson for these three cases


In the last few hours two cases have emerged that of course are not very new cases. However these two cases include very strong criticism of people led by the Prime Minister. In addition there was a visit 10 days … Continue reading

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3 Sussex Tory MPs call the Government to change


It is fascinating to occasionally observe activities by local MPs taking part in campaigns or events that sadly many others seem to totally ignore. It would be fantastic if more of our MPs would be willing to respond to the … Continue reading

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Why has Chope criticised Brighton and Hove Council?


On Tuesday in the House of Commons the Department of Education answered a question that Christopher Chope had sent over in written format. Mr Chope is the MP for Christchurch which is in Dorset so he is based many miles … Continue reading

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A potential call for an IAG to be set up for the NHS


On Wednesday in the House of Lords, John Sentamu was speaking during the discussion of St Georges Hospital: Patients Deaths. His words are below. Although he did not refer to the phrase of an Independent Advisory Group (IAG) he did … Continue reading

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Visual, Hearing, & Multi-Sensory impaired children


Yesterday in the House of Commons, the Sussex MP from Battle and Bexhill called Huw Merriman asked a very significant question about how the Government will respond to the needs for deaf children. The response from the Government was very … Continue reading

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Is the Home Office issuing more Ukrainian visas now?


Last Wednesday a debate took place called Preventing Crime and Delivering Justice. That came the day after the Opening of Parliament and the Minister who opened the discussion was Prit Patel. Following her statement Yvette Cooper responded and during her … Continue reading

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“this solution requires a change in the protocol itself”


The words come from Liz Truss during “Northern Ireland Protocol” which was when she was speaking yesterday in Parliament. The whole of her words can be obtained here. The following few words below make it very clear. The Government is … Continue reading

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An important discussion about Ghost Homes


Yesterday in the House of Commons a series of conversations took place in the department of “Levelling Up, Housing and Communities” and one of them was in Local Infrastructure. One of the people that took part was Tim Farron, the … Continue reading

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Last week was a strange opening of the Parliament


It was very sad that Parliament opened up last week for the first time since 1963 without our Queen able to attend and read the statement provided by the Government. She was previously prevented from attending when she was pregnant … Continue reading

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Will more MPs support the #RightToRoam #EDM


A few days ago my MP set out this text on twitter calling for a significant improvement to the prospect for #RightToRoam in our nation. The text from the tweet is reproduced below and the text for the standing order … Continue reading

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