Tag Archives: Dominic Cummings

Where is the COVID “internal lessons learned review”?


Last Thursday in the House of Commons my MP, Caroline Lucas asked a very clear question and was ignored by the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, Matt Hancock. Sadly she and many other MPs do get ignored … Continue reading

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Another 75 minutes from Parliament onto the Marcus Petition


On Monday afternoon a modest number of MPs in Parliament discussed the Marcus Rashford Petition. Very sadly it did not get as far as it could have done. They spent a total of 87 minutes discussing the subject which is … Continue reading

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Is Parliament lacking credibility following these two debates


If any of us were asked should Parliament interview and indeed challenge Dominic Cummings, the answer of course is a very clear YES. In the same way if any of us were asked should they debate the petition raised by … Continue reading

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Due to Government U turns we clearly need an EU Referendum


As part of the manifesto of our current Government which led to their election just over a year ago the claim was “Our deal is the only one on the table. It is signed, sealed and ready. It puts the … Continue reading

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Sir Jim and Sir James are entitled to change their minds


Sir Jim Ratcliffe along with Sir James Dyson were both strong contributors as part of a small group of people in the UK in 2016 who had very extreme views about our nation leaving the EU and for the UK … Continue reading

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MPs must set up a public inquiry into the EU referendum


This afternoon at 6pm a number of MPs will be able to take a step in the right direction for those of us who have had serious concerns about the way that the European Union referendum was handled. Perhaps more … Continue reading

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A significant day for our whole nation and other parts of the world


Today there are clearly several matters taking place that will impact all of us immediately or within the next few months. The changes to the COVID-19 guidance are very clear and based on the announcement from the Government last week. … Continue reading

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Will Johnson pull us out of the 1949 Treaty of London?


Our referendum in 2016 was very clearly based on our membership of the European Union and nearly half the voters, voted for us to remain in the EU. However we were not being asked to reflect on the Treaty of … Continue reading

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Politicians need to understand Freedom of Press


Over the last 24 hours a significant number of Conservative Politicians along with an ex Labour Politician have been calling for free speech or freedom of the press to take place following on from the Extinction Rebellion attempt to block … Continue reading

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Is the Civil Service being destroyed by the Johnson Government?


It is very clear that some Politicians are incapable of working with anyone who challenges them or fails to submit to their points of view. Donald Trump is a classic example of this as his list of ex-employees has grown … Continue reading

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