Category Archives: Brighton & Hove

Brighton and Hove has benefited from a range of political parties


Anyone interested in politics in the UK will be aware that tomorrow is stage 2 of the Tory Party leadership contest and tragically the loss of the first three candidates means that the remaining seven are all male. Although Esther … Continue reading

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Unsustainable Development Debate


On Tuesday in the House of Commons Rory Stewart, currently the International Development Secretary commenced a debate on Sustainable Development Goals which covered a huge amount of themes and it was clearly a vital discussion. However at the end the … Continue reading

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Gibb and Loughton must explain their comments


One of the most fantastic events that took place last week was the celebration of 75 years since the D Day departure and landing, an event that began the end of our last world war. This is why President Trump … Continue reading

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The Home Office must resolve football policing arrangements


On Tuesday a very short debate took place in the House of Commons under the title “Cost of Policing Football” which was convened by Gill Furniss who is the Labour MP for Sheffield, Brightside and Hillsborough and also is the … Continue reading

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Local politicians must listen to Karen Bradley and Stephen Lloyd


Over the last few weeks there has been a series of actions and debates that in my view demands a response from politicians at both a local and national level. The failure to do so may lead to the public … Continue reading

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The benefits of English Devolution


My column in the Brighton Argus in a couple of days time calls for a fresh look at devolution in the English nation and specifically as a resident in Sussex for the area over Sussex, Surrey and Kent. It is … Continue reading

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The vital but inadequate actions today


Its rather frustrating that what should be a very inspiring vote today is deeply mitigated because the electoral process has been controlled by people who want you and I to vote for their party as a bloc and not to … Continue reading

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