Tag Archives: John Redwood

Why is John Redwood criticising Greta Thunberg?


It is well known that Greta Thunberg gets listened to in public settings. Given that Members of Parliament would like to be listened to we can perhaps raise questions about their commercial settings. Given that John Redwood is an MP … Continue reading

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Are the Leave EU Politicians only focused on their holidays?


Our departure from the EU which is still less than six months old is seriously impacting on a number of our industries and our communities. The impact on the Northern Ireland region is probably the most high profile situation and … Continue reading

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An outstanding speech regarding modern slavery


Anti-Slavery Day takes place on the 18th October each year and given that Parliament was closed on Sunday, yesterday was the first opportunity after the day to raise the subject. There was a debate yesterday that was under the title … Continue reading

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UK needs better Governance for Agriculture and Fishery


Over the last two days in Parliament there have been some debates and votes on several amendments and clauses for two bills that the Government has already set out as their preferred laws for our nation. These bills are the … Continue reading

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MPs must set up a public inquiry into the EU referendum


This afternoon at 6pm a number of MPs will be able to take a step in the right direction for those of us who have had serious concerns about the way that the European Union referendum was handled. Perhaps more … Continue reading

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Government defends broken promises and International laws


Clearly some people chuck away manifestos soon after they have decided who to vote for and indeed obtaining a manifesto and reading it before voting is not common behaviour either. Indeed this is one of the challenges of a party … Continue reading

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Today is one of the highest risk days for our nation for many years


Today is the 75th Anniversary of the signing of the act of military surrender which took place in Reims in a rural setting some distance from Paris. The signing took place at 02.41 on 7th May and even though our … Continue reading

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The urgent need to help unite our nation


In many senses the visit that begins officially tomorrow is simply one more bit of icing on a very unpleasant cake that began to be baked early in 2016 when an EU referendum that was poorly prepared for was announced, … Continue reading

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Three vital petitions and an important debate


On the 1st April a debate took place in Westminster Hall regarding three petitions that have recently been signed by significant numbers of people. The one that has the largest number of signatures by some margin is the revocation of … Continue reading

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Lets turn the award process upside down


I find the lists of public honours that are published twice a year, fascinating to read in part because of the possibility that there may be someone I know personally who has been awarded an honour. Over the last few … Continue reading

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