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 our MPs get Government to help Ukraine children


There are many challenges that are currently impacting our nation and we all need our local MPs to be aware of these and for them to raise them within Parliament and get the Government to respond. The challenge is how … Continue reading

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Stephen Greenhalgh, would you answer a question?


On Monday Janet Whitaker asked a clear question to the Government and the answer which came from Stephen Greenhalgh was very superficial and did not really answer the question. To be fair many of the questions that get asked in … Continue reading

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Sussex and Nottinghamshire Police now work very well


On Wednesday in the House of Lords there was a discussion under the subject of Stalking Protection Orders. The Government Minister who participated was Keith Stewart who is the Advocate-General for Scotland but who is also a British lawyer based … Continue reading

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A Coastal context for Sussex MPs to work together on


A few days ago two Sussex MPs raised the same theme with the same Government Minister. They are both MPs whose Constituencies have significant coastal elements but they are only two of the 11 MPs that cover the Sussex coast. … Continue reading

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Let us Pray for Peace in Ukraine


Here is a photograph of the praying that took place last night in Lewes involving the Archbishop of Canterbury who is visiting Chichester Diocese over the last few days. The smaller photograph is from Lehigh Valley which is in Pennsylvania … Continue reading

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All of our MPs must speak for Ukraine and COVID


We are clearly facing several very tragic and challenging positions within our world and within our communities that have emerged in the last week. The appalling impact on Ukraine from Russia is raising many concerns in a wide range of … Continue reading

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Children’s Mental Health and Youth work needs help


It was very encouraging to read this piece of text from the speech by Lloyd Russell-Moyle last Tuesday. He was talking during a session focused on Children’s Mental Health that began from Rosena Allin-Khan whose first comment began with “I … Continue reading

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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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