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A lovely place to spend the last night in our holiday


The visit to Parrog just outside of Newport in Pembrokshire was a great evening at the end of our holiday in South Wales.

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We need to provide safe locations for ex-prisoners


A report from the BBC which can be obtained from here is entitled “Freed Bronzefield prisoners ‘do not have safe accommodation’, report finds” is available here. It is stated that Bronzfield is the largest female prison in the whole of … Continue reading

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It was fantastic to visit a Blue Bell walk today


I was really delighted to visit the Arlington Blue Bell Walk location earlier today. The Cafe was releasing funding to the local Anglican Parish Church which is St Pancras that I have had the pleasure to visit in the past. … Continue reading

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Congratulations to the Queen


Today is 70 years since the tragic death of Princess Elizabeth’s Father who was our Nations King until that day. King George VI was a very significant man and indeed his wife was also very significant until her death many … Continue reading

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We need a radical change to Parliament


A couple of days ago a friend of mine posted a comment on Facebook which is shown below. His comment reflects on the way that Boris Johnson has behaved. He is one of many people who has a view based … Continue reading

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When will Edward Argar make an assessment?


On the day before Christmas Eve, a question that had been written by Caroline Lucas, my MP received a response from Edward Argar. However although he responded to the question he did not answer the question and indeed he made … Continue reading

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MPs please attend Westminster Hall Tuesday at 4.30pm


On Tuesday afternoon Parliament will be holding a vital debate under the heading of “Wellbeing Economy approach to meeting climate goals”. The debate will take place in Westminster Hall from 4.30pm – 5.30pm. It is being organised by Caroline Lucas … Continue reading

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A very important day in our Nation next Monday


This afternoon a decision was made to appoint Rebecca Welch as the first female Referee in an English Football League match. The match is taking place on Easter Monday (5th April) in Harrogate in the CNG Stadium at 3pm. The … Continue reading

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It would be great to see something like this in the UK


I have only got a couple of drones and none of them are capable of this sort of control. However it would be great if we could see something like this here in the UK as this was put on … Continue reading

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80th Anniversary of Battle of Britain Day


The Battle of Britain took place from 10th July 1940 to 31th October 1940. It was an attempt from Hitler and his leadership team to force Britain to agree to a negotiated peace settlement. On the 15th September, RAF Fighter … Continue reading

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