Tag Archives: Layla Moran

failures of leadership and judgment by No 10


The session on Monday afternoon in Parliament involving Boris Johnson and his response to the Sue Gray report covered a huge amount of comments and some very disturbing responses. I wrote about some of them yesterday and here are a … Continue reading

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Layla Moran calls for Surplus Food to be funded


On Wednesday Layla Moran who is the Liberal Democrat Spokesperson for International Development and Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs challenged the Prime Minister with her concern about Surplus Food which she clearly recognises that it needs to be redistributed. In doing … Continue reading

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What will happen this week as Parliament opens?


Today is the beginning of the new term for our political representatives in the Houses of Commons and Lords, although after three weeks there will be another long break so political parties can hold their conferences. This week will be … Continue reading

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Sussex can benefit from this call by Caroline, Layla and Clive


Yesterday in the Guardian, this article appeared with a call from these three MPs for their parties to start to work together much more effectively in elections and in other settings. Inevitably there are many people in all three of … Continue reading

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After Easter will Peter Bottomley please raise this again for us?


Just before the Easter break for Parliament Peter Bottomley, MP for West Worthing asked the Prime Minister a Question following a statement that Johnson made under the title of “Integrated Review”. As that heading is not very clear these were … Continue reading

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An appalling attitude towards Yemen last Tuesday


On Tuesday in the House of Commons 20 MPs tried to change the way in which the Government is planning to deal with Yemen over the next financial year and sadly James Cleverly who was representing the Government at the … Continue reading

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