Tag Archives: Dominic Raab

The Times demonstrates a huge challenge in Government


So this is the piece today from The Times and here are some of the words that Oliver Wright produced. He is the Policy Editor and they published his words and here are two images and one headline and another … Continue reading

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We need peace to be found for Palestine and other nations


This latest news is another reminder of how poorly protected these people are in the area that they live. As our Government sets out its latest Queens Speech with a series of new Bills let us hope that their Foreign … Continue reading

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Can we end the International incompetency of Dominic Raab?


As this article has reported our Foreign Secretary was invited to speak at an event organised by the USA called the Aspen Forum and at the end of his speech he managed to blame the EU for the current problems … Continue reading

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Erasmus may not be the only matter to resolve


I confess I have not read any of the 2000 pages in the EU deal, but one of the clear headlines is Erasmus so it seems sensible to remind our Government of some of the statements that they made in … 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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Let us resolve some Iranian justice issues


Yesterday I wrote a blog about the need for us all to support the people working very hard in Kent to accommodate refugee and asylum seekers that have managed to reach our nation. Sadly they are being criticised and attacked … Continue reading

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A very difficult position for the Government and our whole Nation


I find writing about the Dominic Cummings situation as difficult as I did about writing about Neil Ferguson’s situation. Both men have worked very hard to try to communicate with our Nation about COVID-19 along with many of their colleagues … Continue reading

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Trump, Netanyahu and Raab all managing to promote “ultimate” nonsense


It has only taken a few hours since the Holocaust Memorial Day has ended, when potentially Billions of people celebrated the 75th anniversary of the end of Auschwitz for three incompetent Politicians to manage to destroy the focus on peace … Continue reading

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The complex nature of election results


So according to the headlines and some of the people being invited onto the TV and Radio it would appear as if the whole country has endorsed the Tory Party, rejected Labour and the Lib Dems and that Brexit is … Continue reading

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Seven years is not a very long time in unchained Politics


Its is intriguing that a group of people like Patel, Truss, Raab, Kwarteng and Skidmore who are now presenting themselves as credible members of the next Government (if their party gets a majority of seats) sat down and wrote a … Continue reading

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