Tag Archives: Mark Reckless

We need a by-election from all three MPs


This is not the first time that MPs have decided to reject their party politics and tragically it is not the first time that MPs have decided to leave a political party and transfer to another political party. However this … Continue reading

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We should express our outrage


There is a rather murky story in this mornings newspapers regarding Amjad Bashir who was until last week the communities spokesperson for UKIP and is now apparently a member of the Conservative Party. His change of party is apparently so important that he … Continue reading

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“Utterley Nuts”


This weeks conference in Birmingham by the Conservative Party has already enabled a number of very telling speeches or articles. According to this piece from the BBC, the Mayor of London, someone who the Prime Minister describes as one of … Continue reading

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Party Loyalty?


The loss of a second MP to UKIP is bound to be upsetting for the Conservative Party, perhaps made worse coming on the eve of the Conservative Party conference. However Douglas Carswell and Mark Reckless have changed parties in the context … Continue reading

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Lying, Naive or Stupid?


My blog yesterday reflected on David Cameron’s choice for the Chair of the child abuse enquiry. Lady Butler Sloss is unsuited to this role for several reasons, yet the Prime Minister was robust in his defence of her when challenged. However it now emerges … Continue reading

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A reckless approach to Policing


As I wrote yesterday the Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO) has been recently snubbed by the Home Secretary, as their President, Sir Hugh Orde attempts to bring some form of clarity to the relationship between the 41 Chief Constables and the elected Police and Crime Commissioners. … Continue reading

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