Tag Archives: Peter Bottomley

Some significant theme debates in Parliament


Each week in Parliament there are debates and questions that take place and it is always interesting to observe what emerges from our local MPs and occasionally other MPs that raise themes for our area. It is always fascinating most … Continue reading

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A significant focus on Animal Welfare in Parliament


It is interesting to observe how some of our local MPs participate within Parliament from time to time. The Sussex MPs who are Ministers are involved in activities that are set out by the Government and that they organise for … Continue reading

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A #levellingup call for Worthing that took place last week


On Monday this week I wrote a piece about the need for levelling-up to take place in our local area which was for the focus on Sussex where I live. The Brighton Argus newspaper published that piece on Monday because … Continue reading

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What ‘Levelling Up’ funding will emerge this year for us?


A few days ago, the Institution of Engineering and Technology published a piece on their website that is relating to the recent announcement from the Government of the ‘levelling up’ projects. Their statement indicated that there are 100 ‘levelling up’ … Continue reading

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Arts Council Funding promoted by Peter Bottomley MP


On Wednesday there was a debate that took place in the Westminster Hall in the Palace of Westminster area of Parliament. The debate was entitled “Arts Council England: Funding” and the person who started it was Bob Neil who is … Continue reading

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A year ahead for our Parliament and a possible Election


At the beginning of a new year many of us consider what will take place with a range of themes and settings that impact us personally or within our community or indeed across the whole of our Nation. One of … Continue reading

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Infected blood inquiry is expected to conclude next year


At the end of Parliament this year a discussion took place on the final Thursday. It appears that next year after six years of process the Infected Blood Inquiry that was set out by the Prime Minister will finally be … Continue reading

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The Government claims it has started looking at that!


Last Monday one of our local MPs asked an interesting question during the debate under the title of Standards: Code of Conduct and Guide to the Rules which was being managed by Penny Mordaunt who is the Leader of the … Continue reading

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Some written comments about FareShare in Parliament


Along with the occasional written or speaking questions about FareShare which can be obtained from the Hansard or TheyWorkForYou website there is also another way in which FareShare has been mentioned in Parliament occasionally through the Early Day Motions that … Continue reading

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A very inadequate answer to the Father of the House


Many of us may not be aware of challenges that are impacting the area near Parliament so when Peter Bottomley asked a question about Westminster Bridge the theme of the question can sound very concerning. However what was much more … Continue reading

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