Tag Archives: Chris Bryant

We need better processes and responses in Parliament


On Tuesday when Parliament re-opens it will be seven weeks since the 23rd of February when Rob Butler who is the Aylesbury Conservative MP introduced a very important private members Bill called Youth Courts and Sentencing Bill. That Bill is … Continue reading

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The Government likes to change rules when it suits them


Given how many recent external appointments the Government has made involving high profile members of their Conservative Party, we might imagine that they are in favour of involving people from political backgrounds. However on Tuesday there was this debate regarding … Continue reading

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An investigation into Russian involvement in the Brexit vote!


As Parliament was closing down at the end of July, the Government finally allowed the Russian Report to be made available to MPs along with its initial response which has been made public. It is very clear that there were … Continue reading

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We need much more openness from all of our Sussex MPs


It can sometimes seem very difficult to fully understand how people work in settings that we have no personal experience of, but that we have an interest in. This is clearly the case in a range of locations but providing … Continue reading

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Lets #Protecttheprotectors properly


The sight of MPs on social media agreeing to support a private members bill that is being debated today to ensure that anyone found guilty of assaulting an emergency worker will be given a very significant sentence is something that … Continue reading

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Contempt of our Parliament


At 10.30 last Thursday while we were voting or going about our usual business two veteran Politicians called Chris had a heated exchange in Parliament during the regular session on the subject ‘Business of the House of Commons’. The two … Continue reading

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