Category Archives: Housing

A good question but the answer is too geographically limited


One of the major challenges that we face in our nation is when an MP raises a question that relates to their own constitution, that on many occasions the subject relates to many other areas. Yesterday in the Prime Ministers … Continue reading

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The Government needs to realise all people matter


It is always fascinating when one reads the text from Parliament and finds a radical and strong argument being made by people who one might not expect would challenge their own political party based Government. That said it is very … Continue reading

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Is he sticking two fingers up, or promoting gross stupidity?


So this is the tweet that someone in the Boris Johnson publicity group sent out at around 5pm on Wednesday. He has received 8,000 likes but 9,000 comments and nearly 1,000 retweets with a significant number of comments from people … Continue reading

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An serious item from a debate on housing provision AEW UK!


Last Tuesday in the House of Commons a debate took place under the subject of Affordable and Safe Housing for All which was introduced by Lucy Powell and rather tragically but perhaps understandably the Conservative Government managed to persuade all … Continue reading

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An appalling action by a cruel and corrupt Government


The vote last night took place to determine for the fourth time if the leaseholders in blocks of flats could be prevented from being responsible for the replacement of the fire safety bills following Grenfell and the need for replacing … Continue reading

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Ms Ansell criticises Brighton again, Johnson seems to defend it


At the beginning of October I wrote a piece under the title of Eastbourne MP attacks Brighton and Hove in Parliament and at that time I assumed that Caroline Ansell’s criticism was an attack on our Labour Council because it appeared … Continue reading

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Let us prepare for a successful Sussex Day 2021


It feels a bit strange on the Boxing Day holiday to be focusing on something that will happen in June, although to be fair the weather at the moment and the impact of COVID-19 offer at least two good reasons … Continue reading

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Important Homelessness words for Hastings and Rye


On Wednesday there was an important debate in Westminster Hall in Parliament under the heading of Winter Homelessness Support. The people who took part in the debate included the current MP for Hastings and Rye, Sally-Ann Hart. She was the … Continue reading

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When will the Government end section 21 evictions?


On Wednesday in Parliament at lunchtime, a few MPs spent an hour debating Homelessness under the heading of “Covid-19 Lockdown: Homelessness and Rough Sleepers”. Sadly there were no Sussex MPs involved in the debate although perhaps had it not been … Continue reading

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Government must start cooperating #BuildBackBetter


Today there is a significant number of very clear examples of how the Government and indeed all parts of the public sector need to start cooperating and working together. There appears to be a view amongst some people that conflict … Continue reading

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