Tag Archives: COP26

The Climate and Ecological Emergency Bill


It is very disturbing that at the end of last week, that our nations Parliament failed to provide sufficient time and support for the second reading of a vital Private Members Bill. The Bill was submitted to Parliament by Caroline … Continue reading

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Has the UK got soft power overseas?


To be fair this question and answer took place towards the end of July. The answer was provided on 20th July and the question which was a written document was made a few days earlier. The question came from Sally-Ann … Continue reading

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Caroline Lucas and Sally-Ann Hart discussed COP26


The last active day in the House of Commons before their Summer break took place just over a week ago with a very important debate as part of the day. Thankfully two of our Sussex MPs took part in the … Continue reading

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The unifying football success


I am really proud of the result in yesterdays football game and as the England team approaches the semi final it is fantastic that our football players are committed to a unified nation that is proud to be playing with … Continue reading

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The first day back into Parliament for our MPs


Today is the start of a new half term in Schools and the return to Parliament by MPs after their own week away. This week also involves a visit to Cornwall by representatives of many countries under the title of … Continue reading

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Tom Tugendhat raises an interesting Foreign Office question


On Wednesday in the House of Commons there was a debate about the upcoming United Nations Climate Change Conference or COP26. A number of issues were raised but the second person to speak was Thomas Tugendhat and his comments included … Continue reading

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Let us try to start as we should have ended last year


The arrival of information from the House of Lords and House of Commons always comes a day or two after the speeches were made, which is of course perfectly reasonable, given that such translation involves hard work from people who … Continue reading

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Is our Government serious about its COP26 and global role?


In the last few hours on Tuesday the Government managed to get their Internal Market Bill passed for its third reading and so now it has moved over into the House of Lords and in due course we will discover … Continue reading

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I agree with Kwasi’s first few words


On 14th February Mr Kwarteng was asked a question by my MP, Caroline Lucas and his opening couple of sentences are something that deserve being promoted by people who like me are sorry that we are leaving the EU. The … Continue reading

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