Tag Archives: Justin Tomlinson

A good question and a sad answer George Freeman

On Wednesday the MP for North Swindon asked a very good question which if the Government was a bit more creative and competent would have achieved a much better answer. Sadly the answer was very vague, given the call from … Continue reading

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Do DWP Ministers understand the impact of words and %?

Last Monday in the House of Commons at the beginning of the day (2.30pm) and indeed the beginning of the week there was a session with the Department of Work and Pensions that lasted about an hour. The Ministers who … Continue reading

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After #6months what are the results of your review Justin?

On the 11th July 2019, Amber Rudd who at that time was the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions admitted that there needed to be a reform of the current process for those nearing the end of their lives, … Continue reading

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Today is the first day of …..

The idea that each day begins the rest of our lives is always easier to say than to apply to our behaviour. If that is the case on a personal level, imagine how hard it must be on a national … Continue reading

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