Tag Archives: Nigel Evans

A vital Environmental call from one Brighton MP


On Tuesday in the House of Commons a debate took place which was set out initially by the MP for Brighton Pavilion, Caroline Lucas who happens to be my own MP. However her statement was not related in any direct … Continue reading

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Two MPs break a barrier and challenges the Government


The recent history of our Parliament is that Jacob Rees-Mogg was not prepared for many months for any MPs or Ministers to participate in debates using video systems at all until Boris Johnson was forced to respond from No 10 … Continue reading

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Strange views and odd behaviour of MPs


The news over the last 24 hours whilst the Cabinet was scheduled to meet and discuss the way of leaving the EU indicated some very odd comments from various sources. These included a rumour that Boris Johnson might resign if … Continue reading

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Unintended consequences


Its impossible to make decisions, particularly on the magnitude of the EU referendum without a variety of unintended consequences, at least as far as some voters are concerned. Unfortunately certain groups of British citizens whose intentions are not honourable, have … Continue reading

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Growing signs of incompetence


A small number of our Political Representatives have over claimed public money in the form of their expenses or allowances. There are also rumours of small numbers of people whose behaviour at work and within public buildings has been totally inappropriate to say the least. … Continue reading

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The awful trial of Nigel Evans


As news broke of the outcome of the Court Case in Preston Crown Court on Thursday, a string of MPs found themselves near microphones giving interviews about how badly Mr Evans had been treated by the system which they between … Continue reading

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Goodbye Minister Burns


The news last week that Simon Burns was resigning from his Ministerial position appears to have been part of a bigger strategy to create some space in the Cabinet for an anticipated reshuffle. Late last night Chloe Smith and John Randall also resigned. … Continue reading

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