Tag Archives: Kwasi Kwarteng

Erasmus may not be the only matter to resolve


I confess I have not read any of the 2000 pages in the EU deal, but one of the clear headlines is Erasmus so it seems sensible to remind our Government of some of the statements that they made in … Continue reading

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I agree with Kwasi’s first few words


On 14th February Mr Kwarteng was asked a question by my MP, Caroline Lucas and his opening couple of sentences are something that deserve being promoted by people who like me are sorry that we are leaving the EU. The … Continue reading

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Seven years is not a very long time in unchained Politics


Its is intriguing that a group of people like Patel, Truss, Raab, Kwarteng and Skidmore who are now presenting themselves as credible members of the next Government (if their party gets a majority of seats) sat down and wrote a … Continue reading

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Here is a sustainable business idea for the Government to adopt Gillian


The return to Parliament thanks to the Supreme Court has led to a number of very successful subjects being raised and one of them is this question from the Chichester MP, Gillian Keegan. Her question is excellent but frustratingly the … Continue reading

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MPs that broadcast hypocrisy


Andrew Mitchell MP was invited onto this morning’s Radio 4 Today programme to speak about the latest news from Save the Children, which is being considered against the backdrop of the Oxfam crisis. He was interviewed because he knows Justin … Continue reading

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Totally inadequate response


Few people outside of Westminster have heard of Kathryn Hudson whose entire Wikipedia entry reads “Kathryn Margaret Hudson (born 28 March 1949) is the Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards for the United Kingdom House of Commons. Appointed in September 2012, she … Continue reading

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