Category Archives: Youth Issues

Will our MPs get Government to help Ukraine children


There are many challenges that are currently impacting our nation and we all need our local MPs to be aware of these and for them to raise them within Parliament and get the Government to respond. The challenge is how … Continue reading

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Will the Government pay attention to Catherine?


The Departments for Education and Health and Social Care must respond very seriously to the call from the Duchess of Cambridge a few days ago. She was speaking to a group of people including Sajid Javid who is the Minister … Continue reading

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A very inadequate response to Period Poverty questions


At the beginning of last week Caroline Lucas, the MP for Brighton Pavilion asked two very good questions about future requirements for Period Poverty. Very sadly the response that came from the Government focused exclusively on what has happened in … Continue reading

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Happy Fathers day, even though we miss many of them


Our celebration of Fathers Day is very significant even though sadly we are not able to speak or meet some of the people who matter a great deal to us. I miss my father Doug Chisnall and my wife’s father … Continue reading

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The Government must focus on real ‘ghost children’


Today Parliament will reopen after their half term break and many other people will return to work following a four days holiday because of the Queens Jubilee celebration. Inevitably some people were very busy over the last few days and … Continue reading

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What has Sajid Javid done since he received this letter?


A letter was written by the NSPCC back on the 16th of May and it was signed by 25 Organisations most of which are charities along with 14 MPs. The information about the letter was published in a number of … Continue reading

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Nadine supply youth provision & service standards


Last Thursday, Lloyd Russell-Moyle asked a very significant written question even though it is only requiring a few words. It was sent to the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Department and sadly the answer was very poor quality. The Minister … Continue reading

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Why has Chope criticised Brighton and Hove Council?


On Tuesday in the House of Commons the Department of Education answered a question that Christopher Chope had sent over in written format. Mr Chope is the MP for Christchurch which is in Dorset so he is based many miles … Continue reading

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Visual, Hearing, & Multi-Sensory impaired children


Yesterday in the House of Commons, the Sussex MP from Battle and Bexhill called Huw Merriman asked a very significant question about how the Government will respond to the needs for deaf children. The response from the Government was very … Continue reading

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A positive outcome from the Police and Crime Act


A positive education aspect has emerged from the Act that was passed through a few weeks ago. There has tragically been a significant number of problems emerged from the recent The Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Act. Indeed a lot … Continue reading

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