Tag Archives: Gillian Keegan

Prime Minister and DfE Ministers must respond urgently


Last week several elements emerged in our Nation that require the Government to deal with. Some of them were raised within Parliament and others were raised externally but they were all being focused to the Government and indeed to the … Continue reading

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Two very disturbing education news pieces yesterday


Both of these pieces of news require our Government to respond to. As it happens the two most senior Ministers on these themes are based in Sussex. They are Gillian Keegan and Nick Gibb that are bost MPs in West … Continue reading

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Funding of Schools must be addressed Gillian & Nick


Yesterday in the Evening Standard newspaper this article was written by Anna Davis and Julie Henry. I have reproduced its text below and it was focused on London School issues. However, it is clear that the challenge for funding for … Continue reading

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Some of the significant issues last week in Parliament


It is very interesting to observe what takes place during the first few days of a new Prime Minister which has emerged more frequently in the last six years than before. I cannot recall much what happened when James Callaghan … Continue reading

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Several issues that must be raised in the next few days


Tomorrow morning our MPs will return to Parliament for the first time since they left just over two weeks ago for Political Conferences. The upcoming business lists several discussions that will take place this week. However, there are no indications … Continue reading

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Some of our Sussex MPs commented in Parliament


Today is very significant for our Nation with the Funeral of Queen Elizabeth II which is an event that will be observed by many people on this unplanned bank holiday. Many people would use a bank holiday to go shopping … Continue reading

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This is a very significant beginning of a new week


There are many weeks that begin with reflective responses of what has taken place in the previous few days or sometimes even the last few weeks. The impact on our politicians is a theme I often spot because these changes … Continue reading

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Some of the comments from yesterday about the Queen


It was one of the very infrequent events when Parliament was open on a Saturday at the same day as the Prince Charles was formally adopted as the King Charles III. The complete list of statements that emerged yesterday in … Continue reading

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Thankyou to these MPs who promoted the Sussex Day


Last Thursday was Sussex Day which was recognised by many people as the 15th year of the County Day, although of course the Sussex Day started in the 13th Century. However, its modern approach was formed by Ian Steedman in … Continue reading

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Will our local Ministers promote Sussex this June?


Each week in Parliament, there are opportunities for our local MPs to speak about their constituencies and also to focus on Sussex as a whole. In three weeks’, time there will be a great opportunity when the Sussex Day on … Continue reading

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