Category Archives: Yemen

Very clear arguments for 0.7% especially for Yemen


Although it is a fortnight ago since our MPs had a debate on Foreign Aid and the result of the votes did not tragically provide a good outcome it is still worthwhile repeating some of the words and indeed we … Continue reading

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MPs such as in Sussex need to start communicating more widely


Whenever our Parliament is open, it in theory provides an opportunity for MPs to support or challenge views or actions from other settings. The extent to which this can take place is partly controlled by the Government that often closes … Continue reading

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We need peace to be found for Palestine and other nations


This latest news is another reminder of how poorly protected these people are in the area that they live. As our Government sets out its latest Queens Speech with a series of new Bills let us hope that their Foreign … Continue reading

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After Easter will Peter Bottomley please raise this again for us?


Just before the Easter break for Parliament Peter Bottomley, MP for West Worthing asked the Prime Minister a Question following a statement that Johnson made under the title of “Integrated Review”. As that heading is not very clear these were … Continue reading

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An appalling attitude towards Yemen last Tuesday


On Tuesday in the House of Commons 20 MPs tried to change the way in which the Government is planning to deal with Yemen over the next financial year and sadly James Cleverly who was representing the Government at the … Continue reading

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Yemen is being debated again after nearly 6 months


This week there has been no Parliamentary debates which enables people like me who spend a bit of time trying to follow what happens each week to look in a bit more detail in the days before the holiday break. … Continue reading

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Yemen peace has support from cross party Sussex MPs


There are a number of popular subjects that are regularly being covered by Parliament where many MPs share significant levels of support or disagreement. Some of the most current themes such as COVID and Brexit are also widely communicated by … Continue reading

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A lot has changed in the last 35 years


Last night when we got home from the garden of one of our good friends, where we were able to enjoy a fantastic BBQ we switched on the TV and watched a programme that reflected what happened 35 years ago … Continue reading

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Is this Absolute Crap?


Yesterday in the House of Commons the man on the right Chris Philp who is one of the Ministers in the Home Office made a statement which the man on the left called absolute crap. Inevitably the Deputy Speaker asked … Continue reading

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Two ex MEPs who ignore facts that oppose their extreme views


Two days ago Daniel Hannan posted this tweet which is both inept and potentially very provocative for people who may not have taken the time to follow his link, or watched or listened to the Governmental Coronavirus daily update on … Continue reading

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