Tag Archives: Brandon Lewis

Brandon Lewis is failing to support Northern Ireland


Last week on Wednesday 27th April, there was a short debate on the theme of the Shared Prosperity Fund and there were three MPs who raised questions with Brandon Lewis who is the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland. The … Continue reading

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The UK government is by far the most distrusted


A few days ago a significant person on twitter posted the following comments directed to Keir Starmer and she also posted this image which comes from John Major who was our Prime Minister 1990-1997. In addition to these elements there … Continue reading

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Ministers claim Protocol rather than Brexit is a problem


The Prime Minister is using twitter to claim that because Germany allows transfer from one part of their nation to another without any barriers that transfers from England, Wales or Scotland to Northern Ireland should therefore be without any barriers. … 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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Government defends broken promises and International laws


Clearly some people chuck away manifestos soon after they have decided who to vote for and indeed obtaining a manifesto and reading it before voting is not common behaviour either. Indeed this is one of the challenges of a party … Continue reading

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Can we ask all Governments to permanently maintain listening mode?


This morning on the Radio it was announced that Robert Buckland had announced that in the light of the reactions from a range of Councils and Teachers that the Government was going to set out in listening mode over the … Continue reading

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Two people that are deeply out of touch


According to Helen Whately and Brandon Lewis, the Vice Chair and Chair of the Tory Party, the results from yesterdays local elections have strengthened the need for the Government and the Opposition to resolve our departure from the EU. This … Continue reading

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Do Crawley constituents want to be a pilot for voter ID


According to the Crawley MP, Henry Smith speaking on 13th March “My constituents rightly care about the security of their ballots. May I ask for Crawley to be considered for a future voter ID pilot?” Now I am sure that all … Continue reading

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Caroline why won’t you let my MP visit Yarls Wood?


As the Windrush debacle unfolds placing the Home Office under justifiable challenge and scrutiny and making Ministers such as Amber Rudd and Caroline Nokes squirm when interviewed, another unconnected issue has emerged from recent reports from Parliament that once again … Continue reading

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Lets review your #RespectPledge Brandon


The use of social media and the broadcast and print media to promote the latest code of conduct amongst Conservative Party candidates has been extensive. As Brandon Lewis, Chairman of the Party explained to the BBC which was reproduced in … Continue reading

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