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Caroline Lucas and Sally-Ann Hart discussed COP26


The last active day in the House of Commons before their Summer break took place just over a week ago with a very important debate as part of the day. Thankfully two of our Sussex MPs took part in the … Continue reading

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The Nationality and Borders Bill needs reconsideration


Last week all of the Sussex MPs responded to the second reading of the Nationality and Borders Bill which is in response to asylum seekers who have been welcomed into our nation in many generations. Sadly, all of the Conservative … Continue reading

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A very important debate this afternoon with local connections


This afternoon there will be a discussion in Westminster regarding the tragic death of a young man called Dylan Ramsay who drowned in a quarry on the 3rd July 2011. Dylan was swimming with two friends near his home. According … Continue reading

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Parliamentary Restoration and Renewal will require businesses


Yesterday in the House of Commons two Politicians had a brief conversation which focused on the proposed Parliamentary Works sponsor body. One of them was Sally-Ann Hart who is the MP for Hastings and Rye. The responses to her came … Continue reading

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How has the prompt payment code been ensured Paul Scully?


A few days ago just before Parliament broke up for the half term holiday, there was a series of Topical Questions for the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) Department. One of the people who took part in answering the … Continue reading

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Well done for raising the call for SMALL Businesses


On Thursday last week there was an attempt to improve the prospects for businesses that have the greatest impact on our economy across our Nation. Sadly there were some gaps but the questions were a good start. Two Conservative MPs … Continue reading

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This Half Term is set out for “Support for children’s education”


The end of an educational period is often an opportunity for parents, pupils and teachers to reflect on what has gone well and plan for the near future. The half term and even term breaks may be less reflective than … Continue reading

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Every MP in the UK needs to take part in this petition debate!


Today is an important time for Parliament and 1.1m people across the UK who signed a petition formed by Marcus Rashford calling to end child food poverty and that no children’s should go hungry. It is a petition which emerged … Continue reading

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Government promises Gigabit Broadband for all communities!


On Thursday Morning in Parliament, one of the first short debates that took place was under the title of “Broadband and Digital Connectivity: Rural Areas” and a number of MPs asked similar questions. The Government Department was the DCMS and … Continue reading

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Sally and Kim must work together, despite political differences


It was very sad to read some elements of the text from the contribution by Sally-Ann Hart in last weeks House of Commons debate on the theme of the Queens Speech. Clearly an MP represents their constituents and should want … Continue reading

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