Category Archives: Community Safety

We live in a society that everyone would feel safe in if it wasn’t for the muck dished up on a daily basis by ‘newspapers’ such as the Daily Mail, and some of the less thoughtful commentators (such as MPs). Its time we changed the culture in our society.

Will today be a significant day for our Politics?


It is clear that when people in senior political positions make very poor quality decisions that there needs to be a way for both their party, and for the Parliament and for the public who pay them for the work … Continue reading

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Would Government benefit from a Ladybird Book


There appeared to be claims from Boris during the Cabinet just before Christmas that a response regarding COVID would emerge on Boxing day or by the 28th of December. It now appears that there is no intention for that and … 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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This Government Bill needs to be strongly amended


This week in the House of Commons there are some important discussions and votes that will have a serious impact on our nation and our position within the rest of the World. These occur on Tuesday and Wednesday under the … 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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Fairbourne is a village under great threat


The assessment that was made 7 years ago is that Fairbourne in North Wales will not be protected beyond 2054 due to the impact of the rising sea level. The Government has already provided protection but has concluded that it … Continue reading

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We need a Government that will get involved


Last Thursday in the House of Lords, one of our local Peers Janet Whitaker asked a vital question on a subject she is very aware of and which she stands up for on a regular basis. Tragically the response from … Continue reading

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Let us thank these 5 MPs in Sussex for their voting


We are facing a very disturbing period in our nation from the current Government, based on what has taken place over the last three weeks and indeed over a much longer period. A number of the decisions that have occurred … 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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MPs must respond to communities including Universities


Every few days in Parliament, events or comments arise that are vital and need to be given a high profile. Last week when the House of Commons reopened there were a number of comments following the terrible murder of David … Continue reading

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