Category Archives: Youth Issues

Brighton has failed to do something apparently!


On Wednesday a debate in the House of Commons took place at the request of the Labour Party on the subject of “Organised Crime: Young Peoples Safety” and at the end of the debate Ben Wallace who is the Minister … Continue reading

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Food poverty must be raised up the Governments Agenda


Whenever foodbank issues get raised with the Government, we hear stories from MPs and sometimes Ministers that demonstrate they are ignorant people who need to spend more time visiting the foodbanks in their communities. Two classic examples being that of … Continue reading

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Why Daniel is mistaken over No Deal


My MEP Daniel has written a piece in today’s Telegraph which argues for us to accept a No Deal departure from the EU because his party leader “has gone as far as any British leader could go to accommodate Brussels … Continue reading

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Tim seems to be in no mans land


On the 18th July Tim Loughton the MP for East Worthing, Shoreham and (so my friend Chris feels included) Sompting too! raised a matter in the House of Commons on the way in which Govia Thamselink Railways are performing in … Continue reading

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Representation of the People (Equal Franchise)


Ninety years ago today, Parliament passed an Act that brought our nation into a modern and meaningful world and made a significant and meaningful change to the way in which our society operates. The Representation of the People (Equal Franchise) … Continue reading

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Parliamentary training should work both ways


According to this page of the Parliamentary website, teachers and lecturers who are training and educating students in matters that relate to politics have a fantastic range of resources open to them. There is a outreach team of Parliamentary Educators … Continue reading

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Wealth can lead to abuse of the system


It seems vital that our society places the needs of the weak and vulnerable and innocent people at the top of the priority list, giving them as much help as is possible so that their lives are saved and made … Continue reading

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