Tag Archives: Robin Walker

Northern Ireland – their challenge is being overlooked


When an MP asks a question that is not very clear it gives the Government the opportunity to either ignore the real subject and give a superficial response or to focus on the real challenges and try to explain what … Continue reading

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Erasmus may not be the only matter to resolve


I confess I have not read any of the 2000 pages in the EU deal, but one of the clear headlines is Erasmus so it seems sensible to remind our Government of some of the statements that they made in … Continue reading

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Slip of the tongue, disturbing ignorance or …?


A few days ago in Parliament the MP for Bexhill, Huw Merriman asked a perfectly reasonable and sensible question of the Government. The answer however which may have been a simple slip of the tongue implies ignorance in the Department … Continue reading

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