Tag Archives: Tim Loughton

Unaccompanied asylum-seeking children need to be safe


Last Tuesday Caroline Lucas, the MP for Brighton Pavilion raised a very significant urgent call to the Government which can be obtained from here. The initial statement she made was “(Urgent Question): To ask the Home Secretary if she will … Continue reading

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A significant focus on Animal Welfare in Parliament


It is interesting to observe how some of our local MPs participate within Parliament from time to time. The Sussex MPs who are Ministers are involved in activities that are set out by the Government and that they organise for … Continue reading

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What ‘Levelling Up’ funding will emerge this year for us?


A few days ago, the Institution of Engineering and Technology published a piece on their website that is relating to the recent announcement from the Government of the ‘levelling up’ projects. Their statement indicated that there are 100 ‘levelling up’ … Continue reading

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A year ahead for our Parliament and a possible Election


At the beginning of a new year many of us consider what will take place with a range of themes and settings that impact us personally or within our community or indeed across the whole of our Nation. One of … Continue reading

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Will the Office for Students respond to a Sussex MP?


It is always fascinating how some MPs can ask questions that are treated by the Government as that they are unable to respond to the details. Back on Friday one of the Sussex MPs who had set out a written … Continue reading

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Government must focus on the needs for Children


At the beginning of last week, a letter that was sent from a group of South East Councillors to the Education Secretary Minister was released to an online magazine called Children and Young People Now. The magazine published the response … Continue reading

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Some MPs need to spend more time learning locally


At the end of last week one of the MPs for West Sussex set out this very strange question which he was directing to the Government Home Department. It is always vital for MPs to spend time with their local … Continue reading

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Conservative MPs needs to be straight but also truthful


Yesterday in the House of Commons there was a session called Western Jet Foil and Manston Asylum Processing Centres and it was organised and managed by Suella Braverman. After she did her initial statement Yvette Cooper then raised some comments … Continue reading

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Some of the significant issues last week in Parliament


It is very interesting to observe what takes place during the first few days of a new Prime Minister which has emerged more frequently in the last six years than before. I cannot recall much what happened when James Callaghan … Continue reading

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Several issues that must be raised in the next few days


Tomorrow morning our MPs will return to Parliament for the first time since they left just over two weeks ago for Political Conferences. The upcoming business lists several discussions that will take place this week. However, there are no indications … Continue reading

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