Tag Archives: Priti Patel

Very disturbing responses from Priti Patel on Rwanda


Last Wednesday there was this session in Parliament under the headline of “Migration and Economic Development Partnership with Rwanda” and during the debate my personal MP Caroline Lucas asked a very good quality question and the responses from Priti Patel … Continue reading

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Several positive petitions that would benefit from us


Yesterday one of my friends made this comment on Facebook and I had already spotted that there is a very constructive petition in the Government Petition block. As it happens so did one of her other friends. The petition is … Continue reading

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A good view by Prince Charles to stop using Rwanda


There are far too many damaging decisions that have emerged from the current Government which many of us would like to bring to an end. Writing tweets or other social media settings or blogs or signing petitions are of course … Continue reading

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Is the Home Office issuing more Ukrainian visas now?


Last Wednesday a debate took place called Preventing Crime and Delivering Justice. That came the day after the Opening of Parliament and the Minister who opened the discussion was Prit Patel. Following her statement Yvette Cooper responded and during her … 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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What will happen today in Parliament?


According to the BBC “Boris Johnson is to make his first statement to Parliament since being fined by police for breaking lockdown rules. The prime minister is expected to apologise to MPs after being fined over a birthday gathering at … Continue reading

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A very good Easter call from the two CofE Archbishops


Justin Welby, the Archbishop of Canterbury will use his Easter Sunday sermon to say that the principle of deporting asylum seekers 4,000 miles from where they sought sanctuary is akin to “subcontracting our responsibilities” and the “opposite of the nature … Continue reading

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I am sure that Parliament will be fully informed


Back on the 4th of April one of the members of the House of Lords raised a question on the potential for Rwanda to be used by the Government. The debate can be seen here. The issue arose during the … Continue reading

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Making this country the greatest place on earth!


was claimed by Boris Johnson back in August 2019 when he wrote the introduction to the latest version of the Governments Ministerial Code that can be obtained from here. Of course the code was written some months before COVID emerged … Continue reading

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A decision will be made after recess – we can call for it!


On Thursday in the House of Commons there was an answer provided to a written question from my MP who was calling for the Afghanistan immigration and asylum cases. The response came from Kevin Foster who is one of the … Continue reading

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