Category Archives: Network Rail

11 Sussex MPs must be confused or furious! and 3 must be delighted


The claim that a week is a long time in Politics is clearly very true when it comes to a key issue which will impact residents and visitors to Sussex. A week ago, last Wednesday these 11 Sussex MPs opposed … Continue reading

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Most Sussex MPs are not concerned about the NHS or improving our transport provision!


Last week in Parliament two themes emerged that also led to votes which help us as local residents and potential voters for local MPs to understand what position our representatives have taken. The first took place last Tuesday on the … Continue reading

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Is 11 months to resolve our departure from EU in a coherent way, given this example?


Last Thursday in the House of Commons, our Hove MP asked a question which is illustrated here and the answer was one that clearly failed to define what “near term” means as well as raising serious concerns about our Governments … Continue reading

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Do any of the Tory MPs believe in their manifesto promises?


We seem to be at a very significant point in history on several levels. For those of us who were thrilled that were able to join the European Communities almost exactly 47 years ago following campaigns by the two main … Continue reading

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HS2 must be ended now! and a range of new investments Nusrat


The challenge for people like me who live in the South East of the UK or perhaps I should say of England given we are now entering a high risk of a break up of the UK, is that our … Continue reading

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Two very different levels of support for public transport


On Monday there were a series of answers relating to Transport type questions that came from Nusrat Ghani who is a Transport Ministers and also the MP for the location where I work. I work in Uckfield which is located … Continue reading

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Uckfield gets longer trains but no link to Lewes


On Thursday the news about the Uckfield train line was finally admitted by a Government Lords based Minister, Charolotte Vere. This response came almost two years since Chris Grayling made a statement about the same issue when he was answering … Continue reading

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Our demand for HS2 is clear and unquestionable


Nusrat Ghani MP spoke on Monday in the House of Commons “I am indeed the Minister responsible for this project[HS2]. Not only is the project this Government’s policy, but it was in the Conservative party’s manifesto as well as in … Continue reading

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We need to overhaul Parliamentary answer processes


A couple of weeks ago a Labour member of the House of Lords asked a rather simple and basic question and got what could be described as an absent answer. The person who asked the question is Alan West, Baron … Continue reading

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Complete un-accountability regarding Grayling


A few days ago Steve Bassam asked a very simple question directed at the Department for Transport regarding their senior Minister. On Wednesday the department took the trouble to answer the question or perhaps more accurately they responded by acknowledging … Continue reading

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