Tag Archives: Amber Rudd

MPs who really care about business needs


It is very disappointing that the letter which is shown here was signed by so few (46) Tory MPs. The truth is that their party claims to be one that is focused on the needs of business. Indeed a few … Continue reading

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Alongside Windrush are many other failings


As Amber Rudd and her team are being put through the wringer for their complete failure to deal in an adequate way with the Windrush scandal under her leadership and that of her predecessor, let us not forget that the … Continue reading

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Failure to understand who funds the police


On Monday there was a series of so called ‘topical questions’ aimed at the Home Office Ministers in the House of Commons. These covered a wide range of topics, one of which was the funding of police services. It began … Continue reading

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Extra funds are needed for Sussex Police


In the last few days, every household in Sussex received a leaflet which explains about the level of the Police precept which is due to be collected through the Council Tax starting this month. The leaflet was written by Katy … Continue reading

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Shadow Minister needs better research


The role of STEM Ambassadors across our nation is sadly not as well known in Parliament as it needs to be. There are around 30,000 people across the UK who work or have worked in the fields of Science, Technology, … Continue reading

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Injustice – the need for our prisons to change


On Wednesday afternoon at the University of Sussex, there will be a public showing of a film called ‘Injustice’ which focuses on the crisis in our prison service. The film explains that we need to see a major change to … Continue reading

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Blue lights are not the whole picture


On Monday in the House of Commons, Patrick McLoughlin MP asked a question during the session with the Home Secretary. His question was: “What progress is being made in bringing together the work of the police service and the fire … Continue reading

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