Category Archives: Journalism

Five years on and where do we need to go?


After 1826 days, today we can acknowledge or perhaps celebrate the impact of our national recommendation for the Government to leave the EU. Although all referenda are legally restricted to simply advise the Government, the 2015 Government made it very … Continue reading

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Where is the COVID “internal lessons learned review”?


Last Thursday in the House of Commons my MP, Caroline Lucas asked a very clear question and was ignored by the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, Matt Hancock. Sadly she and many other MPs do get ignored … Continue reading

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There needs to be major changes from No 10 Downing Street


A significant number of people well outside of party politics are raising concerns, about the amount of money being spent on redecoration of the flat above No 11 Downing Street. Yet these reactions are not the only issues that are … Continue reading

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Although they voted against the Lobbying Committee……


The Conservative Party seems to include a number of MPs who are clearly very concerned about the incompetence and indeed corruption of their own political party. Despite this they found it impossible to support the Labour Party who were simply … Continue reading

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Is this sort of open superficial corruption acceptable?


It is very clear that this article in the Daily Telegraph is not claiming that David Cameron has been corrupt. He has as many of us have read in other places apparently used his personal and historic contacts with a … Continue reading

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The threat against BBC and our credible media is much wider


Yesterday Iain Duncan-Smith put out his tweet and it was retweeted by one of our Sussex MPs Nusrat Ghani, referring to some evidence identified by an Australian thinktank called the Australian Strategic Policy Institute. According to this Guardian article which … Continue reading

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We need much more robust help for Companies like this


A few days ago it emerged in the Sunday Times Newspaper that last Thursday Michael Gove had held what is being described as his final behind-closed-doors video call with small and medium-sized business owners, ranging from children’s toy makers to … Continue reading

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Thank you Home Office for challenging Farage’s dishonest tweet


The twitter shown here from Nigel Farage appeared at around 8am on Saturday about an hour before he was invited onto a TV programme to speak about the same issue and he added to it very significantly. In that interview … Continue reading

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The Conservative Party does not understand Independence


Two weeks ago on the 9th February there was an announcement that the Government had appointed James Wharton who is a Conservative Peer as the new Chair of The Office for Students which is supposed to be an Independent organisation … Continue reading

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It is clear that this 3 man Government needs to be replaced


In the first 10 days of our departure of the EU it is now becoming clear that Johnson, Gove and Rees-Mogg need to be replaced and a new Government, probably involving people from across the political range needs to be … Continue reading

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