Category Archives: Charities

What has Sajid Javid done since he received this letter?


A letter was written by the NSPCC back on the 16th of May and it was signed by 25 Organisations most of which are charities along with 14 MPs. The information about the letter was published in a number of … 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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A positive outcome from the Police and Crime Act


A positive education aspect has emerged from the Act that was passed through a few weeks ago. There has tragically been a significant number of problems emerged from the recent The Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Act. Indeed a lot … Continue reading

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A clear focus on Net Zero emerged last week in Brighton


It is always very encouraging when a range of people can sit down and discuss how to improve the environmental impact of their activities and our communities. On Wednesday two groups of people met together at the same time in … Continue reading

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The Government must Act and not just consider


Two conversations have taken place in the last couple of days and it is clear that the Government Departments need to respond much more effectively than they are currently doing. The first took place in Parliament on Friday when a … Continue reading

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The Government now must reverse their actions


A few minutes ago one of my friends published this tweet and the information is very clear. There are in the last 7 days 345.014 COVID cases in our Nation. In the previous 7 days before the recent decisions had … Continue reading

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Can the Government increase Autistic provision?


A week last Monday Huw Merriman, the MP for Bexhill and Battle raised an important question under the title of Autistic People in the Workforce and after his initial question “What steps she is taking to support autistic people into … Continue reading

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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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