Tag Archives: Caroline Ansell

What ‘Levelling Up’ funding will emerge this year for us?


A few days ago, the Institution of Engineering and Technology published a piece on their website that is relating to the recent announcement from the Government of the ‘levelling up’ projects. Their statement indicated that there are 100 ‘levelling up’ … Continue reading

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A call for responding empty buildings in town centres


At the beginning of last week Caroline Ansell who is the MP for Eastbourne asked questions about empty buildings in town centres. The response came from Dehenna Davison who is the Conservative MP for Bishop Auckland and also a Government … Continue reading

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Over Christmas our MPs should speak about children


Last week two themes emerged from Parliament that together have both indicated that several of our Sussex MPs are involved in discussions and planning for children and their families in our nation. It would therefore be reasonable to ask these … Continue reading

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Tomorrow a group of MPs will debate Domestic Abuse


It is always very encouraging when a group of MPs set out to promote an important theme within Parliament and particularly for them to work with a team that is not restricted to party politics. Tomorrow a debate is due … Continue reading

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Well done Wendy Chamberlain for Carers Leave Bill


Last Wednesday in the House of Commons there was a debate on the theme of Clause 1 for the Carers Leave Bill and two of the Sussex MPs took part in the debate. The person who began the discussion was … Continue reading

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Many of us are focusing on safer, cleaner, greener and …


This week strongly indicates that some of our local and national agencies and representatives and the leaders of our World nations are trying to make communities safer, cleaner, greener and more sustainable. Recently many people and Parliamentary members called for … Continue reading

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East Sussex MPs focused on raw Sewage issues


It is very encouraging when MPs raise themes in Parliament on behalf of their communities and so it would be fantastic if some MPs will introduce elements that are not currently listed on the Upcoming business for this week. One … Continue reading

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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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