Category Archives: EU Referendum

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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Some appalling calls and some very good calls


It appears as if in the last few days that several people inside the Government and Parliament are seeking to move us forward but sadly the Prime Minister has made several destructive comments. The people I have spotted are focusing … Continue reading

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Rewilding with up to £800m a year from Government


On Thursday there was a presentation at the Oxford Farming Conference by George Eustice who announced that there was to be a rewilding strategy set out by his Government. This is a call that has been promised for several years … Continue reading

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One year later and our BREXIT challenges


It is reasonable for people who have made mistakes or perhaps even told absolute lies to admit their mistakes (or admit their lies). This piece on the Sun was in 2016, these following statements would have taken place at a … Continue reading

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Challenge for Government to deliver opportunities


The resignation letter from David Frost is available here on the BBC website and it makes clear several matters. One is that his resignation which he was not going to happen until January is now happening immediately. The reason for … Continue reading

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Where is the other £250 Million for the NHS?


On Thursday in the House of Lords, John Roger Roberts the Liberal Democratic Peer who is also a well recognised Methodist Church leader asked this very reasonable question. He is referred to as Lord Roberts of Llandudno. He was presumably … Continue reading

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Another very disturbing comment regarding NI


All of us were very aware of the claims made by Boris Johnson prior to the EU deal that he promised to a group of businesses in Northern Ireland in a public session. The EU deal that he then negotiated … Continue reading

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Proportional Representation is needed for the UK


I had the privilege of meeting Tony Blair on a couple of occasions and I also met some of his Ministers during my time working for Churches Together in Sussex and coordinating the Hope08 campaign across the UK. My meetings … Continue reading

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There was a clear call today for a NI Referendum


This morning on the Today programme on Radio 4 the call by Sir Jeffery Donaldson was very clear. He did not refer to a referendum in the formal sense but his words are clearly calling for the views of his … Continue reading

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So start with todays problem facing Universal Credit


Today the people who receive Universal Credit are all about to get a £20 a week cut because of a decision set out by Boris Johnson and his team several months ago. So if he is serious about this statement … Continue reading

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