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A vital member of the House of Lords – James Langstaff


James Langstaff is the Bishop of Rochester and I had the privilege to meet him soon after he was appointed as the new Bishop of Rochester in 2010. He is shortly due to retire and indeed he mentioned that on … Continue reading

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We need a radical change for all Governments from now!


There are of course many elements of every Government that are positive and need to be acknowledged. However there are a series of issues that have emerged in the last 48 hours that indicate major changes that are needed in … Continue reading

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The UK Food Insecurity needs a lot more DEFRA attention


On Tuesday in the House of Lords a written question from Roger Roberts who is Lord Roberts of Llandudno was very short but also very significant. He asked the Government “what impact has been made by the winter support package; … Continue reading

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A wise man -vs- a foolish man, both from the same Palace


The House of Lords and the House of Commons are both located in the same Palace of Westminster and as we know very well each MP is elected from their local constituency whereas the members of the House of Lords … Continue reading

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