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.

Jacob RM wants Freedom – Freddie, James and Albie!


Last night on Radio 4 in the Any Questions programme that is available here, Jacob Rees Mogg who was one of the people taking part made a very clear statement in response to the first question. Although the question was … Continue reading

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Four key elements that are needed in planning


Last Thursday in the House of Commons there was this debate that took place in Westminster Hall on the theme of Planning that was set out by Bob Seely and after he had made his opening comment the next person … Continue reading

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Some Sussex MPs support Water Safety and Foreign Aid


Last Monday there was a Parliamentary debate which responded to a public petition that called for improved education to protect children in water settings. A few of the opening words from Catherine Mckinnell, the MP from Newcastle expressed very clearly … Continue reading

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Priti Patel must be called to leave – for telling lies


The Guardian has released some information in the last few minutes in this article. It discloses that Priti Patel has told Parliament lies about her public decisions and it is clearly vital now for the Government to call for her … Continue reading

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A very important debate this afternoon with local connections


This afternoon there will be a discussion in Westminster regarding the tragic death of a young man called Dylan Ramsay who drowned in a quarry on the 3rd July 2011. Dylan was swimming with two friends near his home. According … Continue reading

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Whatever the result tonight, the Police are very aware


At the end of last week in the House of Lords five members of that part of Parliament raised comments about the risk that tonight’s football game could create in our nation. Along with their views I am also aware … Continue reading

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Face coverings and other factors need attention


Many of us found the idea of wearing a face mask far from easy and in some situations the removal of masks could be seen as a very positive element. However far too many settings are high risk already and … Continue reading

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An appalling statement from the Chichester MP


If this is genuinely what Gillian Keegan has said the whole of Chichester should be feeling very unhappy along with the rest of Sussex. Although there are certainly many people are not supportive of the text on a non official … Continue reading

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The first day back into Parliament for our MPs


Today is the start of a new half term in Schools and the return to Parliament by MPs after their own week away. This week also involves a visit to Cornwall by representatives of many countries under the title of … Continue reading

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Is Parliament lacking credibility following these two debates


If any of us were asked should Parliament interview and indeed challenge Dominic Cummings, the answer of course is a very clear YES. In the same way if any of us were asked should they debate the petition raised by … Continue reading

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