Tag Archives: Robert Jenrick

Two Slavery questions and inadequate answers


So on Tuesday our local MP Caroline Lucas asked a question with several aspects for Slavery issues. Sadly the answer from the Government appears to be very inadequate. So the starting point of the question was “To ask the Secretary of … Continue reading

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There are no plans to check asylum-seeking children!


Last week on Monday, a Shadow Minister of the Labour Party, Matthew Pennycook who is also the MP for Greenwich and Woolwich asked a question about Asylum Children. The answer was responded by Robert Jenrick, who is the the Minister … Continue reading

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Three questions for Asylum Detainees


Last Thursday the three questions that Caroline Lucas had raised for Asylum Detainees were responded to by Robert Jenrick. Here are the questions and the responses and it seems very clear that the answers are not sufficient or direct to … Continue reading

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Unaccompanied asylum-seeking children need to be safe


Last Tuesday Caroline Lucas, the MP for Brighton Pavilion raised a very significant urgent call to the Government which can be obtained from here. The initial statement she made was “(Urgent Question): To ask the Home Secretary if she will … Continue reading

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An serious item from a debate on housing provision AEW UK!


Last Tuesday in the House of Commons a debate took place under the subject of Affordable and Safe Housing for All which was introduced by Lucy Powell and rather tragically but perhaps understandably the Conservative Government managed to persuade all … Continue reading

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When will the Government end section 21 evictions?


On Wednesday in Parliament at lunchtime, a few MPs spent an hour debating Homelessness under the heading of “Covid-19 Lockdown: Homelessness and Rough Sleepers”. Sadly there were no Sussex MPs involved in the debate although perhaps had it not been … Continue reading

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Sussex needs linking up for COVID and our economy


There currently seems to be several widely adopted arguments which could be applied to help form some concept of a regional connection across the whole of Sussex by Councils, MPs and other groups of agencies such as businesses and the … Continue reading

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Lets be radical about solving some current Housing problems


In the last few days two Sussex MPs have raised questions about Housing requirements as we come out of the initial COVID lockdown situation. Many of us are very aware of this challenge and some of the opportunities and barriers. … Continue reading

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Can we help Edward Leigh by forming a 2020 Recall Act?


On Tuesday in the House of Commons several significant things happened, some of which have already been covered in yesterdays blog which focused on the very poor approach taken by the Prime Minister toward settings such as Sussex seafront locations. … Continue reading

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Daniel makes ridiculous claims – will his political colleagues challenge him?


The news that a member of the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (SAGE) has resigned from that agency because he chose to ignore the recommendations that they along with the Conservative Government set out six weeks ago has of course … Continue reading

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