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Election candidates should matter more than party membership


It feels very strange that although the various voting elements all took place last Thursday that today there are still some results that we are expecting will be completed today. Many of us can recall the days when elections took … Continue reading

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The costs of Brexit could have been explained in 2016!


Earlier this week my company got the second email this year from one of our suppliers explaining that whilst the goods that we use regularly are still available, that we need to order them sooner and prepare for the delays … Continue reading

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A very disappointing political end to 2020


As MPs along with their supporters and opposers are debating the very inadequate Trade Deal with the EU, it is clear that our position is not very strong. There is only one worse position and that would have been a … Continue reading

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Sally-Ann and Hilary with 19 other elected Colleagues


This afternoon the MP for Hastings will be busy between 4pm and 6pm along with the Chair of the Committee on the Future Relationship with the European Union and 19 of their other colleagues. It is due to be a … Continue reading

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A No-Deal Brexit is rejected by MPs like Tim Loughton


On Tuesday, two days before our Government had its final deadline to strike a deal with the EU (which they failed to achieve) a number of MPs including three from Sussex took part in the second reading of the National … Continue reading

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Today is the first day for our nation, and arguably the rest of the World


I am personally very disappointed that large numbers of people in the Labour Party have acted as if the departure of Jeremy Corbyn was essential for the wellbeing of their party or indeed for the rest of our nation. He … Continue reading

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Brexit has parallels with Harry and Meghan leaving the Royals


Every so often issues can emerge in parallel that may be very different but give us the opportunity to learn from one another, the comparison is only fleeting but it can work. In the last few days we have seen … Continue reading

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A series of very strong claims that will be delivered in a few weeks?


As we enter the closing hours of 2019 and are about to enter the first 31 days of 2020 we have been promised that by the end of the 31st of January our nation will have left the EU and … Continue reading

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UKIP and Brexit seem to lack a strategic campaign


Looking at the results for the 2017 General Election for the Kent, Surrey and Sussex constituencies it would appear as though UKIP and Brexit are determined to ignore the most successful results and let down a large number of their … Continue reading

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