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“We have a leave population and a remain Parliament”


Speaking this morning on the Andrew Marr show, Liam Fox made the above comment, proving that his capacity to understand his colleagues and the nation his Government is supposed to be leading and serving is close to zero. Tragically Liam … Continue reading

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The real ‘catastrophic and unforgivable breach of trust’


Rather than trying to communicate with the rest of the public, Theresa has written in todays Sunday Express, stating: “You, the British people, voted to leave. And then, in the 2017 General Election, 80% of you voted for MPs who … Continue reading

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A Government Minister clearly unfit for purpose


Today marks the last day of the first week of 2019 and I am sure I am not alone in wishing that in terms of the public and political space, that the first week could have given us a meaningful … Continue reading

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Lets hope the Government understands what partnerships mean!


Over the last couple of days businesses have begun to receive Partnership Packs from the Government which on the face of it appears to be a very positive approach. After all people involved in businesses understand in a rather specific … Continue reading

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Why a new approach is needed, urgently


Yesterday in the Daily Boris-graph, the ‘news’ paper managed to give Mr Johnson a headline on the front page and several inches of print along with his own column which the paper published on page 20 and clearly pays large … Continue reading

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A bit of work for everyone


The ‘debates’ over Brexit are beginning to settle into extreme criticisms of people and things. It is clearly time for a change to take place and so this is my three way idea that might add to democracy that could … Continue reading

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A man who almost led our Nation


When one considers the political career of Iain Duncan Smith, it becomes clear that we would have paid a huge price had he succeeded as leader of his party and remained in place until 2005 and won the General Election.  … Continue reading

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