Tag Archives: David Cameron

The Author of the Lobbying Bill acted inappropriately


Eight years ago in July 2013 the Lobbying Bill was set out by the Prime Minister, David Cameron. Over the following 6 months it was used to bring out rules that prevent the Trade Unions and Charities from raising their … Continue reading

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Please elect Independent Police and Crime Commissioners today


Today across England and Wales we need to elect a Police and Crime Commissioner in our area. Many people disagree with the idea of an elected Police and Crime Commissioner and many people disagree with the loss of the Police … Continue reading

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This Football principle must now change Government policies


Over the last couple of Days our Prime Minister has, rather late in his career set out a very important principle that needs to go much further. When the 6 British Football Clubs sought to change their own opportunities and … Continue reading

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Sussex MPs please learn from our local Professor and respond


One of the numerous funerals that has taken place recently was the highest profile event for some time. Yet despite its profile, it was very modest compared to what we might have experienced 18 months ago. Although we had not … Continue reading

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Although they voted against the Lobbying Committee……


The Conservative Party seems to include a number of MPs who are clearly very concerned about the incompetence and indeed corruption of their own political party. Despite this they found it impossible to support the Labour Party who were simply … Continue reading

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Can the Government be advised about Independent?


Yesterday at lunchtime in the House of Commons there were several statements being made about the concept of Independence and it would appear that there are some gaps between the views of the people who made the statements and the … Continue reading

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Several disturbing claims from the ex-Prime Minister


Yesterday David Cameron published a response to the claims and criticisms that have been made towards him and to a lesser extent towards the Government for the way he has used his relationships with the current Government Ministers to try … Continue reading

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The greater our unity at home, the stronger our influence abroad


I wrote a piece yesterday on the theme of our nations Foreign Aid provision that a local Tory MP pointed out was promised in his 2019 Manifesto and several previous manifestos. Along with that MP there are a number of … Continue reading

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We need to find ways to improve our national conditions


These three tweets emerged this morning, although in the case of the citizens piece it was a retweet that emerged from yesterday during the day. However the two on the left are both very important in finding ways to improve … 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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