Tag Archives: Patrick McLoughlin

Either McLoughlin or Kuenssberg are deeply out of touch

Tonight on BBC Radio 4 Any Questions, Patrick McLoughlin claimed that he had not read the Treasury document which sets out the basis of our EU departure which earlier today Jeremy Corbyn had made public. As part of the Any … Continue reading

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Where is the fault, Charity, Funders or Charity Commission?

According to the latest Charity Commission press release published on 9th April “Garden Bridge project was a ‘failure for charity’ that risks undermining public trust”. The truth is that one can point in at least four directions as the source … Continue reading

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Blue lights are not the whole picture

On Monday in the House of Commons, Patrick McLoughlin MP asked a question during the session with the Home Secretary. His question was: “What progress is being made in bringing together the work of the police service and the fire … Continue reading

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How and when will the buck stop?

Its perhaps a relief in the very short term that the CPS has decided to take no action against most of the small number of MPs whose campaigns were rigged by the application of large sums of funds from the … Continue reading

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The London Bridge fallacy

On Tuesday the House of Commons which is currently in recess published a question from Caroline Lucas to the Secretary of State for Transport, Patrick McLoughlin MP. Mr McLoughlin did not reply personally (perhaps he was stuck on a train) but Claire … Continue reading

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Is it time for political disarmament?

This weekend the Sunday Politics programme revealed several issues of note. As I wrote yesterday an interview with Angela Eagle disclosed that the Labour Party and by implication other parties still have expectations that there will be a major renaissance in party membership. It … Continue reading

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