Tag Archives: Peter Bottomley

3 Sussex Tory MPs call the Government to change


It is fascinating to occasionally observe activities by local MPs taking part in campaigns or events that sadly many others seem to totally ignore. It would be fantastic if more of our MPs would be willing to respond to the … Continue reading

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Last week was a strange opening of the Parliament


It was very sad that Parliament opened up last week for the first time since 1963 without our Queen able to attend and read the statement provided by the Government. She was previously prevented from attending when she was pregnant … Continue reading

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Conservative changes are now required


Parliament will open up tomorrow after a short break due to the elections that took place last Thursday that have led to calls from Conservative Councillors to their MPs and the Government. One call is related to the many challenges … Continue reading

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Some terrible cases that took place last week


Last week in Parliament a number of debates and decisions took place and it was interesting to see how some of our local MPs and indeed others responded to them. The completion of the Nationality and Borders Bill was very … Continue reading

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Father of the House now supports #RightToRoam


A week ago I wrote about the #RightToRoam Early Day Motion which Caroline Lucas in Brighton set out on the 14th March with support initially from Liz Saville-Roberts who is the Plaid Cymru leader in Parliament. Two days later the … Continue reading

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Only three Sussex MPs responded to Boris last week


At the end of last week in Parliament, there was a significant debate and decision which was completed within 25 minutes of the deadline. The debate was called “Referral of Prime Minister to Committee of Privileges” and it started at … Continue reading

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Let us Pray for Peace in Ukraine


Here is a photograph of the praying that took place last night in Lewes involving the Archbishop of Canterbury who is visiting Chichester Diocese over the last few days. The smaller photograph is from Lehigh Valley which is in Pennsylvania … 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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Some Sussex MPs are strong and others are quiet


There are many debates as well as voting that takes place in Parliament every week while it is open as it was last week and indeed as it currently this week. Of course, if the challenge regarding the Prime Minister’s … Continue reading

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Bottomley discovers how incompetent Government is


On Wednesday Peter Bottomley asked a very significant question and the answer was very disturbing. The answer came from Kemi Badenoch and the question was headlined with the title “Local Government: Video Conferencing” and it was focused on the Department … Continue reading

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