Tag Archives: Kit Malthouse

Windrush Day in the House of Commons


Yesterday a small number of people spoke in the House of Commons about the Windrush Day which actually takes place on the 22nd June each year. It was started and finished by Helen Hayes who is the Labour MP for … Continue reading

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Matt, Kit and Priti want to severely restrict our rights to protest


Late last night following some protests that took place in London Nottingham and elsewhere during the day, Priti Patel raised her comments very clearly in the Sun Newspaper. In doing so was adding to her personal resistance for people who … Continue reading

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Increasing diversity is not a once in a generation opportunity


The following question from Catherine West MP to Priti Patel which has been answered by Kit Malthouse contains a very deep flaw and demonstrates a great deal of ignorance. I have had the privilege to speak to a number of … Continue reading

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What does Absolute Priority mean for our Government?


A few days ago the Minister responsible for Policing under the Home Office leadership of Priti Patel responded to seven written questions that have been set out by Colleen Fletcher who is the Opposition Whip (and MP for Coventry North … Continue reading

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A vital debate about Policing, Politics and PCC Elections


On Wednesday in the House of Commons there was a debate under the title of Policing (England and Wales) which was convened by Kit Malthouse who is the Minister in the Home Office who is responsible for Policing. Very sadly … Continue reading

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Government proposes < 9% of drug advisers recommendation


Yesterday the Home Office and the Health Office made a joint announcement that they intend to spend £148m “to dismantle criminal gangs, reduce the demand for illegal drugs and help those in treatment and recovery, to make communities safer.” This … Continue reading

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Sussex Violence Reduction Unit needs broader involvement


Yesterday the Minister of State for the Home Department, Kit Malthouse answered a question which had been written by the MP for Arundel and South Downs, Andrew Griffith. The question was brief and the whole answer was too long for … Continue reading

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Tim Loughton should stop wasting Parliamentary time


On Monday in the House of Commons Kit Malthouse, the Minister of State for the Home Department and the Minister responsible for Policing issues answered a question that Tim Loughton, MP for East Worthing and Shoreham had asked in written … Continue reading

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Conservatives are not competent funding Police or any other public service


These two images above, both come from two Conservative Government Ministers speaking to the public and to local politicians, both referring to the same local tax arrangements. Back in 2012 Eric Pickles was working very hard to ensure that the … Continue reading

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