Category Archives: Network Rail

The “Sussex Modern Trail” needs to be promoted


On Thursday in the House of Commons a few words were expressed by Huw Merriman from Bexhill and Battle and there was a response from Nigel Huddleston who is one of the Ministers for the DCMS Department. Huw referred to … Continue reading

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Can we obtain a Parliament with real answers?


It is not a new problem but perhaps we can find a new solution? The questions raised in Parliament can occasionally be the problem but far too often the lack of a meaningful answer is the real problem. How can … Continue reading

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Thanks for your Sussex question Jenny Randerson


Yesterday in the House of Lords a written question from Jenny Randerson was responded to by Charlotte Vere on the theme of the Barcombe Bridge. The question related to the infilling of it and there are a significant number of … Continue reading

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Disability Access to all Railway Stations by 2030?


On Wednesday in the House of Commons two MPs participated in a meaningful debate on the theme of access by disabled people to railways stations. The debate covered far too many words to include in this piece but there are … Continue reading

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Does anyone understand the Williams-Shapps Rail Plan?


On the 20th May the Government published a policy paper under the headline of “Great British Railways: Williams-Shapps plan for rail” which is described as the The government’s plan to transform the railways in Great Britain. The two people who … Continue reading

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Transport Infrastructure Projects for Sussex residents


Yesterday in the House of Commons there was a brief debate about Transport Infrastructure which involved a Sussex MP (Sally-Ann Hart) and an MP from Croydon (Elliot Colburn) who referred to the Brighton mainline which of course is connected to … Continue reading

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A need for Sussex and other MPs to work together with residents


Last week in the House of Commons, a Sussex MP Andrew Griffith asked a question regarding transport in rural settings and he got a response that clearly needs people like Andrew and his neighbouring MPs to work together and much … Continue reading

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At least one MP who raises concerns for the whole of Sussex


Many of the people who live or work in Sussex are aware of its shape and some of the elements of its history. However when it comes to MPs they are all faced with a challenge. One option which is … Continue reading

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Does Grant Shapps understand what “guiding mind” means?


Last Thursday in the House of Commons the session for Transport Sector: Support and Covid-19 Emergency Funding was a series of questions by MPs and responses by Grant Shapps. The challenge of course is for the responses to sound credible … Continue reading

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11 Sussex MPs must be confused or furious! and 3 must be delighted


The claim that a week is a long time in Politics is clearly very true when it comes to a key issue which will impact residents and visitors to Sussex. A week ago, last Wednesday these 11 Sussex MPs opposed … Continue reading

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