Tag Archives: Peter Kyle

Labour Conference adopt Proportional Representation


This week we can focus on the financial statement that was set out by the Government on Friday Morning. Presumably MPs will reflect on that when Parliament reopens after the Labour and Conservative Conferences. Along with the opportunity for us … Continue reading

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This is a very significant beginning of a new week


There are many weeks that begin with reflective responses of what has taken place in the previous few days or sometimes even the last few weeks. The impact on our politicians is a theme I often spot because these changes … Continue reading

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The Sussex MPs response to the NI Protocol Bill


Last Monday a debate in the House of Commons was set out by the government to change their existing Northern Ireland Protocol which Boris Johnson formed with the EU and that became formal at the start of 2021. That government … Continue reading

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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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Brandon Lewis is failing to support Northern Ireland


Last week on Wednesday 27th April, there was a short debate on the theme of the Shared Prosperity Fund and there were three MPs who raised questions with Brandon Lewis who is the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland. The … Continue reading

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The UK government is by far the most distrusted


A few days ago a significant person on twitter posted the following comments directed to Keir Starmer and she also posted this image which comes from John Major who was our Prime Minister 1990-1997. In addition to these elements there … Continue reading

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Two great themes occurred last week in Parliament


It is always fascinating to read the comments and actions that take place in the House of Commons involving MPs which have themes that impact our communities directly or indirectly. Last week there were two significant elements that I spotted … Continue reading

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A very significant and credible publication Robert


Earlier today Jon Stone, an Independent Newspaper journalist who is a Policy Correspondent and covers areas including EU affairs, climate, transport, economic, social and politics has written a piece that can be found here called Corruption experts warn Boris Johnson’s … Continue reading

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One year later and our BREXIT challenges


It is reasonable for people who have made mistakes or perhaps even told absolute lies to admit their mistakes (or admit their lies). This piece on the Sun was in 2016, these following statements would have taken place at a … Continue reading

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Christmas time for our local MPs – what will they do?


Last Thursday was the final day for the MPs working in the House of Commons and they are now able to spend some time with their families and friends over the Christmas period. They will be returning to the House … Continue reading

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