Author Archives: ianchisnall

About ianchisnall

I am passionate about the need for public policies to be made accessible to everyone, especially those who want to improve the wellbeing of their communities. I am particularly interested in issues related to crime and policing as well as health services and strategic planning.

Is it time for celebrities to have their voice heard?


This interview on Radio 4 with Michael Caine came a couple of days after Stanley Johnson appeared on Good Morning Britain stating that if Irish people wish to shoot one another, they will do so and so he imposition of … Continue reading

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Theresa, what do you mean by listening to business?


On Monday in Parliament the MP for Hove, Peter Kyle made a short statement about the extent to which businesses are concerned about struggling post Brexit followed by a couple of questions. Although he did not mention the challenges of … Continue reading

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Project Bank Accounts – a positive solution for SMEs


When organisations such as charities or public sector bodies or even businesses commission major pieces of work such as the construction of new buildings or refurbishment of existing ones, in the process of limiting their involvement in the day to … Continue reading

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How can we call for a different outcome?


The high profile leaders of the Cabinet based #ChuckChequers campaign spent last night eating pizza and coming up with a series of plans to ensure that we as are a nation are denied a soft Brexit. Meanwhile my MEP Nigel … Continue reading

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Sussex is impacted by hard borders and Police funding cuts


Most fellow residents have come to terms with our boundary signs that welcome visitors to Brighton and Hove, even though we know which part of the city we live or work in. This sense of corporate unity is of course … Continue reading

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#Standup4UnitedKingdom


According to today’s national newspapers David Davis who was our Governments chief negotiator for our departure from the EU from July 2016 until he resigned in July 2018 is now calling on the rest of his Cabinet colleagues to reject … Continue reading

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Lessons for Government bodies from a charity survey


Back in July the Charity Commission published the results of a piece of research which they commissioned Populus to do in trying to understand what behavioural factors will increase the publics confidence in charities. The information is published here and … Continue reading

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