Tag Archives: Gillian Keegan

Several significant themes from last weeks Parliament


Last week several significant themes emerged including on Monday the second reading of a Bill called Lifelong Learning (Higher Education Fee Limits) that Gillian Keegan, the Chichester MP set out. On Tuesday a session entitled High Street Bank Closures involved … Continue reading

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Pay has risen in competing sectors in STEM subjects


This headline statement was submitted on Thursday by Diana Barran who is part of the House of Lords and she is also a Government Minister in the Department for Education. Her boss in the DfE is Gillian Keegan who is … Continue reading

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Over Christmas our MPs should speak about children


Last week two themes emerged from Parliament that together have both indicated that several of our Sussex MPs are involved in discussions and planning for children and their families in our nation. It would therefore be reasonable to ask these … Continue reading

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Can the Government help Schools obtain Defibrillators?


Last Tuesday a question and answer appeared in the Parliament system which was set out by Henry Smith who is the Conservative MP for Crawley and it was responded by Nick Gibb who is the MP for Bognor Regis and … Continue reading

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Will the Office for Students respond to a Sussex MP?


It is always fascinating how some MPs can ask questions that are treated by the Government as that they are unable to respond to the details. Back on Friday one of the Sussex MPs who had set out a written … Continue reading

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Government must focus on the needs for Children


At the beginning of last week, a letter that was sent from a group of South East Councillors to the Education Secretary Minister was released to an online magazine called Children and Young People Now. The magazine published the response … Continue reading

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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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