Tag Archives: Fiona Bruce

Can BBC Any Questions / Question Time try a more radical approach?


We are in the middle of a major crisis in our nation, and at long long last, after 10 weeks since the Coronavirus first arrived in our nation (albeit unknown at the time when it arrived in East Sussex), the … Continue reading

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Charity Commission obeyed Parliament and blocked free speech


Last Thursday a fascinating debate took place in Parliament which on the face of it involved both Lords and MPs although the only people who spoke were MPs and the irony of their frustration towards the Charity Commission was lost … Continue reading

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We need cross party support to strengthen communities


Yesterday my blog focused on a new proposed Conservative Party manifesto that was published in early September by a Tory MP and Tory Peer, along with the support of 50 more Tory MPs and 7 more Tory Peers. The Manifesto … Continue reading

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A new political manifesto


In the House of Lords on Thursday, there was a debate which focused on a document which was published on 6th September by a Conservative MP, Fiona Bruce and Conservative Lord, Michael Farmer entitled ‘A manifesto to strengthen families’ and … Continue reading

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