Tag Archives: Jacob Rees-Mogg

Last week several serious issues emerged


At the beginning of each week there are reasons for us to try to achieve a good outcome for ourselves and our family, our friends, neighbours and for other people around us. The results or challenges are of course much … Continue reading

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Some appalling calls and some very good calls


It appears as if in the last few days that several people inside the Government and Parliament are seeking to move us forward but sadly the Prime Minister has made several destructive comments. The people I have spotted are focusing … Continue reading

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One year later and our BREXIT challenges


It is reasonable for people who have made mistakes or perhaps even told absolute lies to admit their mistakes (or admit their lies). This piece on the Sun was in 2016, these following statements would have taken place at a … Continue reading

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We need all politicians to work together Nicola


On Thursday this week there was a discussion in the House of Commons under the title of Business of the House and one of the MPs stood up to call for a Parliamentary debate that related to her setting which … Continue reading

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Some words and some votes from last night


In the debate under the title of Committee on Standards after many voices were expressed, two votes took place. Although the Conservatives managed to succeed they only just managed to do so by a few votes. In both vote issues … Continue reading

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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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