Category Archives: Brighton & Hove

Sussex agencies that are called to promote STEM


Last Thursday in the House of Lords a statement was made by Diana Barran who since September has been the Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (Minister for the School System). She referred to her announcement that she had made on … Continue reading

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Will the Government review its grasp of the CPS?


On the day before Christmas Eve a response was made by Keith Stewart in the House of Lords from a written question that had been sent by Steve Bassam. It is not clear why Steve asked this question but it … Continue reading

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One year later and our BREXIT challenges


It is reasonable for people who have made mistakes or perhaps even told absolute lies to admit their mistakes (or admit their lies). This piece on the Sun was in 2016, these following statements would have taken place at a … Continue reading

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Fairytale of the Brighton and Hove


It would be fantastic if someone would be willing to work with Sussex Police to put together a song that is based on the Fairytale of New York that the Pogues and Kirsty MacColl song that was published in 1987 … Continue reading

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Christmas time for our local MPs – what will they do?


Last Thursday was the final day for the MPs working in the House of Commons and they are now able to spend some time with their families and friends over the Christmas period. They will be returning to the House … Continue reading

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A Boris Policeman’s lot is not a happy one


It is appalling that the Government will not answer a question in an honest or straightforward basis. On Tuesday my MP asked the Government a clear question and they simply ignored the question and responded based on a few words … Continue reading

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We will bring it back to this House for a vote


Tragically last week the Government persuaded sufficient Conservative MPs to vote for the Nationality and Borders Bill at its third reading and they also prevented any changes being achieved. The eight clauses and one schedule were attempts to reduce the … Continue reading

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Sussex MP responses to Nationality and Borders Bill


On Tuesday and Wednesday there was the third reading of the Nationality and Borders Bill and along with the the third reading, there were 9 attempts to change the Bill and sadly none of these clauses or schedule 6 were … Continue reading

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A series of tragic votes from most of the Tory MPs


Last night was the first of two days of debates and votes for the Nationality and Borders Bill which involves a number of clauses and amendments. Sadly all of the votes that took place were opposed by the Government and … Continue reading

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We need near neighbours to keep working together


On Wednesday a debate took place under the headline of Natural History GCSE and two of the MPs who took part are both called Caroline and they are also near neighbours. The debate is available here. Caroline Ansell who is … Continue reading

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