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We need the Government to work in a credible manner


There have been many examples of poor procurement decisions taken by Government bodies over many years. This of course includes the Ministry of Defence. Some of these mistakes were clearly not the military mistakes such as political decisions to purchase … Continue reading

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Perhaps Patel can also guide the British people who are emigrating?


It is deeply disturbing hearing and reading the comments from a number of the highest profile people in our current Governmental organisation. Although the departure of Andrew Sabisky is to be welcomed, what was much more disturbing was that he … Continue reading

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An obese Parliament that refuses to slim


The need for Parliament to move out of the Palace of Westminster in order for major renovations to take place, estimated at some £7Bn is not news, although over the last decade there have been various discussions regarding the idea that … Continue reading

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