Tag Archives: Lloyd Russell-Moyle

Some written comments about FareShare in Parliament


Along with the occasional written or speaking questions about FareShare which can be obtained from the Hansard or TheyWorkForYou website there is also another way in which FareShare has been mentioned in Parliament occasionally through the Early Day Motions that … Continue reading

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Tomorrow a group of MPs will debate Domestic Abuse


It is always very encouraging when a group of MPs set out to promote an important theme within Parliament and particularly for them to work with a team that is not restricted to party politics. Tomorrow a debate is due … Continue reading

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Hi Lloyd, could you endorse this COP27 related motion?


As I wrote yesterday, the Brighton Pavilion MP, Caroline Lucas wrote an Early Day Motion back on the 24th October and it now has 19 MPs who have signed it which includes Zarah Sultana and Dan Carden who are both … Continue reading

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Can we reject this nonsense from Mail on Sunday


According to today’s Mail on Sunday, one of their headlines is Boris Johnson would do best against Labour, losing a General Election by 26 seats, new poll shows and the people who have written that document are Glen Owen, Clair … Continue reading

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Some MPs have spoken about Modern Slavery


Over the last couple of days I have written about the call for MPs to focus on Anti-Modern Slavery and a focus on the 18th October as a day to raise this. The call emerged from our Arundel and Brighton … Continue reading

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Only two Sussex MPs responded to the “Growth Plan”


Last Friday when Kwasi Kwarteng published his Growth Plan which is now being challenged in many settings, there was the opportunity for MPs to raise their support or their challenges of the Growth Plan. Given that here in Sussex we … Continue reading

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Labour Conference adopt Proportional Representation


This week we can focus on the financial statement that was set out by the Government on Friday Morning. Presumably MPs will reflect on that when Parliament reopens after the Labour and Conservative Conferences. Along with the opportunity for us … Continue reading

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Call out our local needs to these two PM candidates


Last Thursday the Conservative candidates who are campaigning to become Prime Minister began a series of regional visits to promote themselves to their voters. Their first location was in Leeds. They were being heard on the radio early in the … Continue reading

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A good call Lloyd and a very poor response Karen


Last Thursday as part of the Parliamentary Procedure Committee there was a discussion involving a number of MPs that was coordinated by Karen Bradley who is the Conservative MP of Staffordshire Moorlands and is the Chair of that Committee. One … Continue reading

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Nadine supply youth provision & service standards


Last Thursday, Lloyd Russell-Moyle asked a very significant written question even though it is only requiring a few words. It was sent to the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Department and sadly the answer was very poor quality. The Minister … Continue reading

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