Tag Archives: Jeremy Corbyn

Gavin Williamson seems unable to refer to Foodbanks


Gavin is not unique in the group of Government Ministers who are asked very specific questions and they choose to ignore the subject. Indeed in the current Government their leader is probably the most significant in the team of people … Continue reading

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An appalling attitude towards Yemen last Tuesday


On Tuesday in the House of Commons 20 MPs tried to change the way in which the Government is planning to deal with Yemen over the next financial year and sadly James Cleverly who was representing the Government at the … Continue reading

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The Skill that Boris has to divert from questions


On Monday during the discussion about how our nation will move forward as part of the Covid-19: Road Map there were understandably many questions that related to how we got to where we are. A small number related to the … Continue reading

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Will the Tory promises for more GPs be achieved?


On Tuesday a number of MPs raised the issue regarding GP provision in the House of Commons front of Matthew Hancock who has now been our Secretary of State for Health and Social Care for 18 months. It would appear … Continue reading

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We desperately need Political leaders with International understanding


It is hard to judge which is most disturbing aspect of the murder of Qassem Soleimani by the American Government. Given that Johnson has been our Prime Minister for six months and claims to be well connected with Trump, the … Continue reading

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Two very different ways of spending Christmas


Social media has been kept very busy over the last few days as the plans made by Boris for his Christmas emerged. Many people have been critical of Johnson for taking the time off and going to have a break, … Continue reading

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It is time for our democratic infrastructure to be impeached


As we approach the General Election later this week and then a few days later reach the end of 2019 it is a good moment to reflect on the last decade and the way in which it has impacted so … Continue reading

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Either McLoughlin or Kuenssberg are deeply out of touch


Tonight on BBC Radio 4 Any Questions, Patrick McLoughlin claimed that he had not read the Treasury document which sets out the basis of our EU departure which earlier today Jeremy Corbyn had made public. As part of the Any … Continue reading

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The past and future behaviour of our candidates


It appears as if there are some parallels between the leaders of the two largest parties in the UK and their past behaviour which mean that either they are both equally unsuitable or both equally suitable. The historic statements by … Continue reading

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The Good, Bad and Indifferent qualities of Independent Candidates


All General Elections seem to get focused by the national broadcast and print media on the small number of ‘main’ political parties and we are informed in a way that suggests we are taking part in a Presidential Election. We … Continue reading

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