Tag Archives: Bernard Jenkin MP

Chlorine washed chickens come home to roost


Its fascinating to hear from Brexiteers who having strongly advocated our departure from the EU and argued vociferously that we need to have control of our borders and national sovereignty, how they plan to fix the holes in the roof … Continue reading

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An appealing invitation


This morning broadcasters have invited Bernard Jenkin MP to speak about the failing of a high profile charity and what wisdom he and other backbench MPs can bring to bear on what happened. One of his comments on Radio 4 was … Continue reading

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Speculate to elect


Yesterday morning on Radio 4 Bernard Jenkin MP who is Chair of the Public Administration Select Committee and also a Euro Sceptic was interviewed on his views regarding the need for a robust purdah period in the period before the European … Continue reading

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What was the question?


As we approach the Independence Referendum vote, on terms and a day agreed by the Government, several issues are emerging that shine a light on the way in which our Political organisations work and what motivates many of us in our thinking. Last … Continue reading

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By Jove He’s Got it


Like the fabled stopped kitchen clock, I am afraid I find it very hard to agree with the eminently intelligent Peter Hitchens most of the time. However occasionally he nails it like he did at the end of last nights … Continue reading

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And the text for my sermon is……….


Tomorrow morning Worshippers at St Paul’s Cathedral will be able to freely enter the building and hear the words of the preachers during several services. This is in marked contrast to last Sunday when the building was closed due to precautions being taken to protect … Continue reading

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