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A disturbing lack of involvement from the Prime Minister


One of the elements that most constructive MPs are actively involved with is the Early Day Motions. The EDMs are a way for MPs that are not part of the Government to raise their concerns and to call for the … Continue reading

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Will Boris remain PM until the 4th August?


Assuming that Boris wants to stay as Prime Minister for longer than his predecessor he will need to remain as our nations Prime Minister until the 4th of August this year. Of course many people are convinced that he will … Continue reading

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These Conservative PMs direct Boris Johnson


As is clear in this SKY report on 13th December 2018 “their failure to remove the prime minister, who secured 200 votes in her favour compared to 117 against, those opposed to Mrs May returned to their efforts on Thursday”. … Continue reading

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“this solution requires a change in the protocol itself”


The words come from Liz Truss during “Northern Ireland Protocol” which was when she was speaking yesterday in Parliament. The whole of her words can be obtained here. The following few words below make it very clear. The Government is … Continue reading

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How many more lies from our Prime Minister?


One of the challenges that we are currently facing is how unreliable or rather how incompetent our UK Government is on several levels. Another challenge is how much attention is being placed by Conservative MPs into the problems that are … Continue reading

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We will [not] be taking further steps in the days ahead


Two weeks ago when he was finally challenged in Parliament, Boris Johnson claimed he would respond when the Sue Gray report was published and that he would act appropriately. Yesterday the report was published and the responses from Johnson included … Continue reading

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We will bring it back to this House for a vote


Tragically last week the Government persuaded sufficient Conservative MPs to vote for the Nationality and Borders Bill at its third reading and they also prevented any changes being achieved. The eight clauses and one schedule were attempts to reduce the … Continue reading

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Five Sussex MPs took part in the Afghanistan debate


The unexpected return to Parliament last Tuesday was clearly necessary given what took place in Afghanistan a few days earlier. Many of the people who spoke set out legitimate calls for the Government to do more in terms of actions … Continue reading

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Thank you for opposing your appalling Government


The 2019 Conservative Manifesto stated very clearly as shown here that they would “proudly maintain their commitment to spend 0.7% of our Gross National Income on development and do more to help countries receiving aid become self-sufficient” They never focused … Continue reading

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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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