Category Archives: Charities

Sign the petition – There’s a a shocking lack of signatures


At the end of June a petition was published and although there have been signatures on most days ever since there are still less than 3,500 signatures and sadly it will come to an end in a few days. Although … 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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Three important food campaigns this Christmas


There are three important food campaigns this Christmas, each of which is focused on the needs for people in all parts of the UK. As The Trussell Trust explains in their Winter Campaign which is entitled Impossible Decisions and which … Continue reading

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Why does the Home Office not publish information?


Last Thursday the MP for Hove, Peter Kyle asked a very reasonable question which to be clear could be very useful in understanding how the current arrangements are working. However the Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (Minister for Future Borders … Continue reading

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These 10 Sussex MPs made several bad votes last week!


Last week in Parliament a number of important elements emerged that relate to Health issues and it seems vital for our community to applaud the people who took the time to raise questions or supported these important issues. Perhaps we … Continue reading

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Layla Moran calls for Surplus Food to be funded


On Wednesday Layla Moran who is the Liberal Democrat Spokesperson for International Development and Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs challenged the Prime Minister with her concern about Surplus Food which she clearly recognises that it needs to be redistributed. In doing … Continue reading

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Two vital voices calling to protect children in England


On Thursday of last week the Department for Education published a report under the title of Children looked after in England including adoptions which can be obtained from here. The number of children being looked after is the largest number … Continue reading

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COP26 raises many challenges including STEM!


Last week there was a Parliamentary debate on the outcome of COP26 which had taken place in Glasgow. A substantial number of people were involved in that event and worked incredibly hard to get the best outcome from the vital … Continue reading

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MPs must end their 2nd and 3rd jobs


Over the last few weeks there have been various cases of MPs with significant business gains and lobbying cases. Some of these have clearly led to a strong benefit for businesses that have received contracts which have not been sourced … Continue reading

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Communities and Councils must work together


Today is the second day of a vital event for the whole of the World that is taking place in our nation. COP26 is taking place in Glasgow which is a very significant city in the UK, it is a … Continue reading

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