Tag Archives: Craig Mackinlay

The Prime Minister must now resign


This statement yesterday in the House of Commons came from the Prime Minister following the document from Sue Gray that he had been reflecting on previously. It is very clear that this should be sufficient for him to resign. Sadly … Continue reading

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Who will educate some MPs about HIV/AIDS vs COVID?


HIV/AIDS is a subject that require a great deal of understanding to stand up and discuss and the same to be fair is true about COVID. After all people like the current President of the USA has on occasions made … Continue reading

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Three vital petitions and an important debate


On the 1st April a debate took place in Westminster Hall regarding three petitions that have recently been signed by significant numbers of people. The one that has the largest number of signatures by some margin is the revocation of … Continue reading

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Lie, damn lies and statistics


This morning it has emerged that the Government’s contract with Seaborne Freight has been cancelled and they claim the reason for this is that another company called Arklow Shipping Unlimited has withdrawn as one of the backers of the proposal. … Continue reading

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Soames and Mackinlay must stop exaggerating or lying


On Tuesday Parliament held a short debate on the Seaborne Freight contract and amongst a mixture of claims and arguments that were made, two from Tories stood out as being based either on confusion, exaggerations or lies. It is disturbing … Continue reading

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Social media, phone banks and political campaigns


As the dust begins to settle on the battle bus accusations, from the 2015 General Election with all but Craig Mackinlay and his team freed from suspicion, the prospect of similar cases of fraud emerging from Junes General Election must … Continue reading

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