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The Brexit-Tears are pouring out


The vote last night in Parliament was of course a minor point in a much bigger process and anyone who either supported Amendment 7 (as I did) or who opposed it (as the tweets here display) knows that there is … Continue reading

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It is vital that amendment 7 is supported


In the debate taking place today over the EU (Withdrawal) Bill, the amendment tabled by Dominic Grieve is the 7th Amendment and is referred to as Parliamentary Approval of the Final Deal. It seems hard to imagine why any MP, … Continue reading

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Will Nadine Dorries be held to account?


This blog was first posted on Sunday Morning 3rd December. Later on in the evening I added to it as you can see below and then finally on Monday Morning a further addition: The nature of political discourse means that … Continue reading

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How did EDF get things so badly wrong?


The request by EDF our energy supplier at work to provide us with a Smart Meter came to a head a couple of weeks ago. They rang and we had a long debate in the office, considering all of the … Continue reading

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Remembering a great bloke


Yesterday I received a very sad message announcing the death of a man who I had got to know over the last 5 years. Peter died in the arms of his wonderful wife on Wednesday, having suffered from prostrate cancer … Continue reading

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Defending Brexit by attacking the truth?


As we all seek to make sense of the impact of Brexit the men and women who are well paid as our MEPs are in a crucial position try to assist their constituents and the rest of society to ensure … Continue reading

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Why a second EU referendum is vital


I confess to being someone who voted to remain, and would do the same again today if a referendum was being held (being a Thursday it is more likely today than tomorrow). However despite this my view that a second … Continue reading

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