Tag Archives: Michael Gove

Too many people face level of coastal deprivation


At the end of the Parliament back on the 27th April during the Prime Ministers Questions one of the Sussex MPs raised a very significant question. The question and the answer are both shown below. However what we now need … Continue reading

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How many more lies from our Prime Minister?


One of the challenges that we are currently facing is how unreliable or rather how incompetent our UK Government is on several levels. Another challenge is how much attention is being placed by Conservative MPs into the problems that are … Continue reading

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Boris Johnson and Michael Gove have lied


As Boris stated back a week last Monday in his response to the Sue Gray report “this Leader of the Opposition, a former Director of Public Prosecutions—although he spent most of his time prosecuting journalists and failing to prosecute Jimmy … Continue reading

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Very disturbing Tory Ministers


It seems as if each week primarily inside Parliament that senior members of the Government raise themes that most of us do not treat seriously or indeed find very deeply disturbing. As Parliament meets this week for the last few … Continue reading

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Levelling Up relates to strengthening Councils


Over the last few days there have been a number of references to the context of levelling up but based on the information I have seen there was no explanation of what it relates to. However the phrase in the … Continue reading

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Is Michael Gove using Osmotherly to deny truth?


A few hours ago the Independent newspaper published this piece written by Jon Stone under the headline “Michael Gove obstructs investigation into Greensill scandal by blocking witness from appearing at inquiry” which is very interesting, and also very disturbing. This … Continue reading

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Michael Gove went missing over recording and Emails


Yesterday afternoon at 4.10pm there was this debate in Parliament under the title of Security of Ministers’ Offices and Communications. Peter Bone was the person who asked the question and it was very clearly directed to a man who is … Continue reading

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Gove must start to take seriously his abiding by the Law


This tweet from Ryan Heath helpfully promotes this piece today in The Times which discloses that within the Cabinet Office, which is of course run by Michael Gove, that there is a unit that is called the “clearing house” that … Continue reading

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When did Douglas Ross and chums do a reality check for the UK?


I must be honest that I don’t read many pieces from the Daily Express but 10 hours ago Brian McGleenon wrote this piece with this headline (which I have slightly adjusted). I have also added a couple more photos for … Continue reading

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Some strange views from some angry powerful people


It is always challenging when people who have significant influence and indeed power in our nation make a range of statements that are clearly disconnected from the others they have made. Sadly these folk shown here are willing to change … Continue reading

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