Tag Archives: Jacob Rees-Mogg

Jacob RM wants Freedom – Freddie, James and Albie!


Last night on Radio 4 in the Any Questions programme that is available here, Jacob Rees Mogg who was one of the people taking part made a very clear statement in response to the first question. Although the question was … Continue reading

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Following Sussex Day, our MPs have some challenges


Many of us enjoy living or working in Sussex and so it is fantastic that a few years ago Ian Steedman in Worthing followed by Martin Ellis in Crowborough set out to re-establish the Sussex day celebration. The day has … Continue reading

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Will the Tories persuade the Queen to turbo-charge our Nation?


This group of words emerged as headline in the Daily Mail last Tuesday and the article focused on a recent group of calls by the Government to try to persuade our Queen to turbo-charge our nation. The word turbo-charge has … Continue reading

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Some strange views from some angry powerful people


It is always challenging when people who have significant influence and indeed power in our nation make a range of statements that are clearly disconnected from the others they have made. Sadly these folk shown here are willing to change … Continue reading

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Ms Ansell criticises Brighton again, Johnson seems to defend it


At the beginning of October I wrote a piece under the title of Eastbourne MP attacks Brighton and Hove in Parliament and at that time I assumed that Caroline Ansell’s criticism was an attack on our Labour Council because it appeared … Continue reading

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The furied Gove seems unconcerned about our Brexit impact


The Fury at Gove headline is from todays Observer online which reflects on the report from the Road Haulage Association. The report measured the level of exports from British ports to the EU as being 68% lower in January 2021 … Continue reading

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Should it be a crime for the Government to mislead the public?


At the end of November this e-petition under the title of “Make it a criminal offence for MPs to mislead the public” was set up and within a few days it had reached the first critical point of 10,000 signatures. … Continue reading

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Two MPs break a barrier and challenges the Government


The recent history of our Parliament is that Jacob Rees-Mogg was not prepared for many months for any MPs or Ministers to participate in debates using video systems at all until Boris Johnson was forced to respond from No 10 … Continue reading

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MPs in Parliament must use appropriate face masks appropriately


Earlier this week a couple of senior Parliamentary people referred to the wearing of face masks in the House of Commons. This followed the call at the beginning of the return to Parliament this year from the Speaker of the … Continue reading

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This week will bring a significant change across the world


Today is the beginning of a very significant week for our whole world and indeed it certainly will have a major impact on our nation as Joe Biden is about to be inaugurated as the 46th President of the United … Continue reading

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