Tag Archives: Priti Patel

Matt, Kit and Priti want to severely restrict our rights to protest


Late last night following some protests that took place in London Nottingham and elsewhere during the day, Priti Patel raised her comments very clearly in the Sun Newspaper. In doing so was adding to her personal resistance for people who … Continue reading

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We clearly need all Politicians to act in a professional manner


In the last few days themes have emerged that are critical factors for Governments, Councils and indeed local elected representatives. Sadly, comments and actions have been carried out by people who know very well that this is not the way … Continue reading

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We need better processes and responses in Parliament


On Tuesday when Parliament re-opens it will be seven weeks since the 23rd of February when Rob Butler who is the Aylesbury Conservative MP introduced a very important private members Bill called Youth Courts and Sentencing Bill. That Bill is … Continue reading

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Increasing diversity is not a once in a generation opportunity


The following question from Catherine West MP to Priti Patel which has been answered by Kit Malthouse contains a very deep flaw and demonstrates a great deal of ignorance. I have had the privilege to speak to a number of … Continue reading

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Priti Patel wants Labour run Police Stations to stay open!


It is clear that Political based Police and Crime Commissioners are a very poor quality approach to this role. The fact that the origins of the PCCs from the Conservative Party and initially adopted by the Labour Party for them … Continue reading

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What does Absolute Priority mean for our Government?


A few days ago the Minister responsible for Policing under the Home Office leadership of Priti Patel responded to seven written questions that have been set out by Colleen Fletcher who is the Opposition Whip (and MP for Coventry North … Continue reading

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The very few Parliamentary words about the Bristol attacks


Following the appalling actions from Sunday evening in Bristol there were a small number of comments made in the House of Commons yesterday. They were all set out in a session on topical questions involving Priti Patel as the Home … Continue reading

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The Government must accept changes to this poorly prepared Bill!


The Government is currently demonstrating how well they can set out poor proposals or fail to respond to real issues in a timely manner. Over the last few days this emerged in the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill which … Continue reading

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The tragic timing of Priti Patel’s current political plans


Over the last two days this week there has been the first and second reading of a political Bill that is clearly not fit for purpose and even if it included issues that were appropriate it was clearly something that … Continue reading

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We need to challenge Philp and Patel over their Asylum views


Yesterday in the House of Commons two MPs raised a question on the subject of Asylum System: Reform and they got an answer that was clearly not relating to the background of their questions. Sadly if the answer is followed … Continue reading

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