Tag Archives: Conservative Party

Holocaust Memorial Day on 27th January 2023


It was very encouraging to read that Bob Blackman who is the Conservative MP for Harrow East has submitted a document in Parliament in celebration of the Holocaust Memorial Day this year. The piece can be seen here on their … Continue reading

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Merseyside requires Proportional Representation


This weekend I visited my family in Merseyside where I was born and grew up prior to moving to Sussex in 1978. I was interested to observe that throughout the Merseyside region that there are currently 15 MPs who cover … Continue reading

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Today or Friday will determine our next Prime Minister


I wrote this blog in order to publish it into the Argus for today and then late yesterday Boris Johnson decided to remove himself from the Prime Minister prospect. So, some of these words are no longer relevant. However, the … Continue reading

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Government website still states Pincher is Deputy Whip


These two images were picked up this morning from the Government website which can be seen here under the headline of All ministers and senior officials on GOV.UK. The first one which is here lists the various aspects that Rt … Continue reading

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So which Conservative MP will our local people endorse?


The final decision will of course take place place with voters from the members of the Conservative Party, but it would be very interesting to know if any of our Sussex MPs will step up as the potential Prime Minister … Continue reading

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An important debate due this morning


According to this document from “They Work for You” which is shown here the Fossil fuel extraction which is being organised by Caroline Lucas is due to take place this morning. These lists are often changed or amended quite significantly. … Continue reading

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One of the very strong arguments for Matt to remain


Given that these men and women along with some of their other colleagues in the same Cabinet are not very credible or have made some very significant mistakes, one can of course make a strong argument for them to resign … Continue reading

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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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Is this sort of open superficial corruption acceptable?


It is very clear that this article in the Daily Telegraph is not claiming that David Cameron has been corrupt. He has as many of us have read in other places apparently used his personal and historic contacts with a … Continue reading

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The Withdrawal Agreement has been assured by several Ministers


If there is to be no Trade Deal with the EU then our prospect of credible and effective Trade Deals with any other nation or group of nations in the world are very unlikely. In addition the impact on our … Continue reading

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