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Will any sensitive Tories reflect these issues?


The anger that is strongly expressed in Northern Ireland as well as in Scotland for their very clear opposition to Brexit and the rejection of their views by the Westminster Conservative Party is one of the potential reasons why Sinn … Continue reading

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How can we persuade more people to vote?


The result yesterday in Bexley and Sidcup could have led to a Labour to have won if they could have done a deal with the Liberal Democrats and the Greens and if they could have persuaded the supporters of the … Continue reading

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We need to carry out a radical political approach


Over the weekend a significant article emerged in the Guardian/Observer which was written by Toby Helm that reflected on the data recently carried out by Best for Britain. The article is available on line here and it makes it very … Continue reading

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It is time to achieve some form of cross party involvement


Living in a location like Sussex we currently have 16 Constituencies. Of these 16 locations at one time all 16 were Conservative dominated. Today there are three constituencies that are not Conservative controlled. In Brighton and Hove we have 3 … Continue reading

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Sussex MPs need to learn from the Manchester mistakes


This letter is directed at the nine Conservative Greater Manchester MPs who have recently written publicly to Matthew Hancock in an attempt to criticise Andy Burnham. They appear to have ignored that the call for the whole of Manchester to … Continue reading

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Is now the time for certain political parties to be radical?


The challenge if the Conservatives had not won the election would have been for parties such as SNP, Liberal Democrats, Green and Labour to work together to come up with an alternative way of leading the nation. It would have … Continue reading

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One way to achieve national unity is through proportional representation


The political profile of most of our nation has changed rather dramatically since last Thursday and many residents here in Sussex are now feeling very concerned about it as it will clearly have a significant impact on us all, irrespective … Continue reading

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Is it possible to reform Sussex Parliamentary representation?


As the results for Sussex emerged from our votes on Thursday, those of us who are deeply frustrated with such an unequal form of election results clearly want to find a solution so that in the future, the people voting … Continue reading

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Gove appears to want a joint leadership role


To be fair, retweeting someone else’s tweet can happen for a range of reasons and there is no certainty that Michael is agreeing with Christian who is described as “Reporter, token wet and shitposting correspondent @guidofawkes. Any tips/stories: christian@order-order.com or … Continue reading

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A great result from a radical democratic strategy


The approach that lies behind the blog I wrote yesterday explaining that I would have voted for Jane Dodds if I lived in the Brecon and Radnorshire constituency and that my view is that smaller political parties need to adopt … Continue reading

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