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MPs such as in Sussex need to start communicating more widely


Whenever our Parliament is open, it in theory provides an opportunity for MPs to support or challenge views or actions from other settings. The extent to which this can take place is partly controlled by the Government that often closes … Continue reading

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The first day back into Parliament for our MPs


Today is the start of a new half term in Schools and the return to Parliament by MPs after their own week away. This week also involves a visit to Cornwall by representatives of many countries under the title of … Continue reading

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The greater our unity at home, the stronger our influence abroad


I wrote a piece yesterday on the theme of our nations Foreign Aid provision that a local Tory MP pointed out was promised in his 2019 Manifesto and several previous manifestos. Along with that MP there are a number of … Continue reading

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MPs like John Hayes have created these problems


There are a significant number of Conservative and indeed DUP MPs and even some Labour MPs who were very strongly of the opinion that our departure from the EU would be the right thing to do, with no consideration of … Continue reading

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Government defends broken promises and International laws


Clearly some people chuck away manifestos soon after they have decided who to vote for and indeed obtaining a manifesto and reading it before voting is not common behaviour either. Indeed this is one of the challenges of a party … Continue reading

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A NON – Independent Review of Administrative Law


Yesterday was the first day back for Parliament and so the Government was finally able to announce to the MPs its plans which it made at the end of July to hold what they claim will be an “Independent Review … 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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Can we ask all Governments to permanently maintain listening mode?


This morning on the Radio it was announced that Robert Buckland had announced that in the light of the reactions from a range of Councils and Teachers that the Government was going to set out in listening mode over the … Continue reading

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How many other vital appointments have been mismanaged?


It has emerged today in the Guardian that there was a decision to block Mary Beard as one of the 20 Trustee’s for the British Museum that need to be approved by No 10 Downing Street. According to this article … Continue reading

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Will the Tory promises for more GPs be achieved?


On Tuesday a number of MPs raised the issue regarding GP provision in the House of Commons front of Matthew Hancock who has now been our Secretary of State for Health and Social Care for 18 months. It would appear … Continue reading

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