Author Archives: ianchisnall

About ianchisnall

I have a passion to see public policy made accessible everyone who want to improve the wellbeing of their communities. I am interested in issues related to crime and policing as well as in policies on health services and strategic planning.

The need for some real life economics


In a community where many of the nations most powerful and some of the richest people arrive for a days activity, they begin by enjoying Breakfast in very posh and historic restaurants and cafes on the campus of the community. … Continue reading

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Lets have some consistency in our democratic processes


When MPs misbehave in a repetitive manner over long periods of time it seems vital that there is some way of holding them to account or that the systems that are in place are changed to ensure that their actions … Continue reading

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Brighton & Hove Council need to do better


A few days ago I received an invitation to respond to a consultation on a cultural framework for the city. The email related to a consultation which was scheduled to take two weeks. This seems a rather short period for … Continue reading

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The many benefits of freedom of movement


Several bits of news or information came into my hearing or reading yesterday that all relate to the importance of our nation and our need to discuss and debate matters such as a freedom of movement and open borders. I … Continue reading

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Wealth can lead to abuse of the system


It seems vital that our society places the needs of the weak and vulnerable and innocent people at the top of the priority list, giving them as much help as is possible so that their lives are saved and made … Continue reading

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[not a] Parliamentary scam or Government incompetence


Following correspondence by the director of the Parliamentary Review I have made some changes to this following blog at his request: Small businesses like the one I work for receive hundreds of items of postal and email correspondence every week … Continue reading

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Brexit and Trains – Two major failings of our Government


The significance of the next two days in Parliament seems huge to those people who are still feeling engaged and concerned about the process of leaving or remaining in the European Union. Writing as someone who believes our departure will … Continue reading

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