Tag Archives: Chris Heaton Harris

Several Sussex MPs need to focus on Disability provision


Over the last few weeks an vital theme emerged from Parliament through the Conservative MP from Daventry who is one of the Ministers of State for the Department for Transport. Chris Heaton-Harris is part of a team who work under … Continue reading

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Disability Access to all Railway Stations by 2030?


On Wednesday in the House of Commons two MPs participated in a meaningful debate on the theme of access by disabled people to railways stations. The debate covered far too many words to include in this piece but there are … Continue reading

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Does anyone understand the Williams-Shapps Rail Plan?


On the 20th May the Government published a policy paper under the headline of “Great British Railways: Williams-Shapps plan for rail” which is described as the The government’s plan to transform the railways in Great Britain. The two people who … Continue reading

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Is 11 months to resolve our departure from EU in a coherent way, given this example?


Last Thursday in the House of Commons, our Hove MP asked a question which is illustrated here and the answer was one that clearly failed to define what “near term” means as well as raising serious concerns about our Governments … Continue reading

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Is it time to overturn the convention?


In the light of the letter from the MP for Daventry to all Universities regarding the courses and lecturers who are teaching on a subject that is of concern to him, perhaps it is time for us to tear up … Continue reading

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