Tag Archives: Keir Starmer

Will Government remove Johnson for these three cases


In the last few hours two cases have emerged that of course are not very new cases. However these two cases include very strong criticism of people led by the Prime Minister. In addition there was a visit 10 days … Continue reading

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Today’s Parliament will hold a Privilege Motion


According to the “They Work for You” website on the calendar section the image which is shown here there is a group of senior MPs who will be coordinating a Privilege Motion. This is clearly a debate that may lead … Continue reading

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The UK government is by far the most distrusted


A few days ago a significant person on twitter posted the following comments directed to Keir Starmer and she also posted this image which comes from John Major who was our Prime Minister 1990-1997. In addition to these elements there … Continue reading

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A disturbing basis for free COVID testing post March


Yesterday in the House of Commons Boris Johnson made a statement and one of the themes was the the testing capability for COVID. The whole of the statement and indeed the range of conversations can be seen from here. In … Continue reading

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How many more lies from our Prime Minister?


One of the challenges that we are currently facing is how unreliable or rather how incompetent our UK Government is on several levels. Another challenge is how much attention is being placed by Conservative MPs into the problems that are … Continue reading

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Boris Johnson and Michael Gove have lied


As Boris stated back a week last Monday in his response to the Sue Gray report “this Leader of the Opposition, a former Director of Public Prosecutions—although he spent most of his time prosecuting journalists and failing to prosecute Jimmy … Continue reading

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Bring it on and contain your impatience says Johnson


Yesterday the first person to speak during the Prime Minister’s Questions was Wendy Chamberlain who is the MP for North East Fife which is a position she achieved at 2019. She is the Liberal Democratic MP and serving as Chief … Continue reading

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A number of calls, but no response


Yesterday in the Prime Minister’s Questions there were several very clear calls directed to Boris Johnson for him to resign and his response was simply for the nation and Parliament to wait for the answer from the inquiry by Sue … Continue reading

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The verdict of the rape and murder of Sarah Everard


On Thursday last week the sentence for the man who raped and murdered Sarah Everard in March this year was announced. In the few hours before the announcement and since then there have been a number of significant statements made … Continue reading

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Proportional Representation is vital Labour


As the Conference in Brighton and Hove which is part of Sussex closes down and the Labour MPs and the party members return to their own locations the Sussex area like many other parts of the UK is left wondering … Continue reading

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