Category Archives: EU Referendum

Lets look back 70 years and 4 months!


Yesterdays tweet from Will Hutton shown here offers a useful reminder of how the Conservative Party led and influenced by Winston Churchill, one of the UKs most influential and respected leaders across the world in 21st Century was at the … Continue reading

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If we stay, one of the reforms needed


It seems unlikely we will remain in the EU post March 2019, but as with all matters it makes sense to plan for every possibility. Ever since the referendum was planned for, I took the line that remaining in the … Continue reading

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The current Brexit plans have a direct impact on Sussex


My piece in todays Argus refers to how the return to public of Parliament last week generated a number of issues which have the potential to impact on Sussex community. Bizarrely two came under the heading of a very different … Continue reading

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Parliament cannot fit a quart into their pint pot


Speaking on the first day of Parliament yesterday the Labour MP for Feltham and Heston, Seema Malhotra raised a point of order which is actually a question which was quite long but carries with it a lot of information about … Continue reading

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The need for a different approach


A few days ago the Conservative Party published a short video message pointing out that our exporting trade with India and China has grown by 20% over the last year. This prompted me to check out the latest Office for … Continue reading

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Draw, Fight and Dance our credibility away!


According to this news report, while British fishermen were getting into difficulty off the French coast in their attempt to fish for scallops despite a lack of an agreement with the French fishermen, David Lidington has been explaining in no … Continue reading

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A political party demonstrating prejudice!


The decision by Arlene Foster and the rest of the DUP to refuse to attend any of the events involving the Pope in Southern Ireland over the last few days leaves them isolated when it comes to the rest of … Continue reading

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