Tag Archives: Boris Johnson

The Sussex MPs response to the NI Protocol Bill


Last Monday a debate in the House of Commons was set out by the government to change their existing Northern Ireland Protocol which Boris Johnson formed with the EU and that became formal at the start of 2021. That government … Continue reading

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At what stage will this challenge get dealt with?


Back in April last year Johnny Mercer is claimed to have told the Conservative Chief Whip that he intended to resign and he was dismissed by Boris Johnson. His comment which appears here was collected by a series of newspapers. … Continue reading

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Several positive petitions that would benefit from us


Yesterday one of my friends made this comment on Facebook and I had already spotted that there is a very constructive petition in the Government Petition block. As it happens so did one of her other friends. The petition is … Continue reading

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A good view by Prince Charles to stop using Rwanda


There are far too many damaging decisions that have emerged from the current Government which many of us would like to bring to an end. Writing tweets or other social media settings or blogs or signing petitions are of course … Continue reading

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Initially 15 MPs that have no Confidence in the PM


On Monday this week a vote took place in the Conservative Party and while 211 MPs were willing to support Boris Johnson as their Prime Minister, 148 felt he must stop being their Prime Minister. The following day Ed Davey … Continue reading

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Ed sets out a lack of confidence in the Prime Minister


Yesterday in the Early Day Motion system Ed Davey set out his view about Boris Johnson. Ed has written several EDMs since the last General Election and he has signed many more. This EDM was co-signed by 10 more Liberal … Continue reading

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These Conservative PMs direct Boris Johnson


As is clear in this SKY report on 13th December 2018 “their failure to remove the prime minister, who secured 200 votes in her favour compared to 117 against, those opposed to Mrs May returned to their efforts on Thursday”. … Continue reading

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Some nice words about our Queen and her Jubilee


Yesterday a friend of mine here in Brighton, Andy Winter wrote a piece that he has included in his blog and also in his column in the Argus newspaper yesterday about his experience of meeting the Queen. It is a … Continue reading

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Breach of Collective Responsibility is now accepted


Back in August 2019 a month after he was selected as the leader of the Conservative Party and therefore had become an unelected Prime Minister, Boris Johnson wrote an introduction to the Governmental Ministerial Code. The text that he formed … Continue reading

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The Prime Minister must now resign


This statement yesterday in the House of Commons came from the Prime Minister following the document from Sue Gray that he had been reflecting on previously. It is very clear that this should be sufficient for him to resign. Sadly … Continue reading

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