Tag Archives: Boris Johnson

Another very disturbing comment regarding NI


All of us were very aware of the claims made by Boris Johnson prior to the EU deal that he promised to a group of businesses in Northern Ireland in a public session. The EU deal that he then negotiated … Continue reading

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Levelling Up relates to strengthening Councils


Over the last few days there have been a number of references to the context of levelling up but based on the information I have seen there was no explanation of what it relates to. However the phrase in the … Continue reading

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So start with todays problem facing Universal Credit


Today the people who receive Universal Credit are all about to get a £20 a week cut because of a decision set out by Boris Johnson and his team several months ago. So if he is serious about this statement … Continue reading

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Key workers deserve a more positive response


For the Prime Minister to state that key workers won’t get priority at petrol stations because the fuel crisis is “stabilising” does rather ignore that many of us would be willing to wait a little bit longer if a process … Continue reading

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Hundreds in multiple shifts seven days a week


Eight days ago on 20th September a written question that had been submitted to the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) from Caroline Lucas was answered by Amanda Milling. The reality appears to be that what the Prime Minister had … Continue reading

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While in Sussex this week, visit some foodbanks


To all members of the Labour Party, we are delighted to welcome you to Brighton and Hove for your annual conference over the next few days. It would be fantastic for the whole of Sussex to benefit from Labour MPs … Continue reading

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A very good question and a tragic response


On Tuesday the House of Commons held this debate on the subject of Health and Social Care and tragically only one of the Sussex MPs was involved in the questions. However Huw Merriman asked a question that was very clear … Continue reading

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The Daily Express reaches a weird position


According to an article online by Claire Anderson, the headline states ‘Out of his remit!’ Sadiq Khan slammed for criticising Boris Johnson on NI hike. Now of course the Daily Express may wish to criticise Sadiq Khan for a range … Continue reading

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The Times demonstrates a huge challenge in Government


So this is the piece today from the online version of The Times newspaper and here are some of the words that Oliver Wright produced. He is the Policy Editor and the paper published his words and here are two … Continue reading

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Five Sussex MPs took part in the Afghanistan debate


The unexpected return to Parliament last Tuesday was clearly necessary given what took place in Afghanistan a few days earlier. Many of the people who spoke set out legitimate calls for the Government to do more in terms of actions … Continue reading

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