Category Archives: EU Referendum

A bit of a muddle in parliament


When Parliamentary questions are being directed at matters that are of concern to local residents, it is inevitable that people will listen to every word and want the MP concerned to squeeze every last drop of value out of the … Continue reading

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Its policies that matter not parties


Two things on twitter this morning have given me a bit of optimism. However before the good news there is the awful news. I am very disappointed that all 16 Sussex MPs appear to have voted for a General Election … Continue reading

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The need for real life experience


One of the demonstrable disadvantages of having Government Ministers and Shadow Ministers who have spent all of their working lives in the isolated environment that is a political party is that they get use to fighting one another and then … Continue reading

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A great union, when we open our borders


It is a challenge to read and digest an Easter message from a politician who just over a week ago spoke about chocolate eggs as though they were a matter of national importance whilst in the middle of selling weapons … Continue reading

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The worst form of hypocrisy from No 10


In her first foreign visit since enacting Article 50 Theresa May has been in Saudi Arabia, a nation whose human rights record is one of the worst in the world, that in 2012 put to death more prisoners than any … Continue reading

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Time for all voices to be heard


The following item is published in this mornings Argus Newspaper: The news that we have finally enacted Article 50 has left many Sussex residents feeling disturbed and ignored by our Government. The outcome of the referendum was far from overwhelming … Continue reading

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The lessons from Gibraltar


When a community responds to a referendum to the tune of 96% in the opposite direction to the majority of voters it seems very unjust for its voters to have their concerns overlooked throughout the subsequent debate. The residents of … Continue reading

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