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Some of our Sussex MPs commented in Parliament


Today is very significant for our Nation with the Funeral of Queen Elizabeth II which is an event that will be observed by many people on this unplanned bank holiday. Many people would use a bank holiday to go shopping … Continue reading

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How the Church is providing affordable housing


Last week earlier on the day that the Queen died one of the short debates that took place was between Caroline Ansell from Eastbourne who I have met in the past asked a question and Andrew Selous who is the … Continue reading

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Several Sussex MPs seem to want Johnson to leave now!


Today would be a lot more positive if the decision that was taken on Thursday morning by the Prime Minister would have been followed by his departure from Downing Street. Sadly, he has claimed he will remain there until their … Continue reading

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A significant reaction from several Sussex MPs


The first of the Sussex Ministers to resign is Mims Davies and we may see some more resignations in the next few days if Boris does not step down. At least one of the new senior Ministers, the new Chancellor … Continue reading

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An interesting Q&A for Eastbourne Railway provision


On Thursday several MPs spoke about a theme called the Modernisation of the Railway which was being responded by Grant Shapps. The first two MPs that opened the issue up were both Conservatives, one was the MP for Fylde, Mark … Continue reading

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Thankyou to these MPs who promoted the Sussex Day


Last Thursday was Sussex Day which was recognised by many people as the 15th year of the County Day, although of course the Sussex Day started in the 13th Century. However, its modern approach was formed by Ian Steedman in … Continue reading

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The Government must focus on real ‘ghost children’


Today Parliament will reopen after their half term break and many other people will return to work following a four days holiday because of the Queens Jubilee celebration. Inevitably some people were very busy over the last few days and … Continue reading

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A Coastal context for Sussex MPs to work together on


A few days ago two Sussex MPs raised the same theme with the same Government Minister. They are both MPs whose Constituencies have significant coastal elements but they are only two of the 11 MPs that cover the Sussex coast. … Continue reading

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Several serious issues that Parliament must respond to


At the beginning of most weeks, it is possible to look ahead at the Parliamentary plans and to also reflect on what has just happened. Today is a case for that theme, but it is also interesting to reflect on … Continue reading

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Some clear cases for Sussex MPs to work together


It is clear that when Sussex MPs work together, particularly across the current three political groups, that many people feel encouraged. There are of course many times when the political groups are so opposed that the prospect of joint working … Continue reading

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