Tag Archives: Caroline Lucas

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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Why Parliament needs to revisit last Tuesdays debate


The last seven days have proven that a week is a long time in politics focusing on our departure from the EU and possible trade arrangements with the USA. Last Tuesday a debate in the House of Commons focused on … Continue reading

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Three people working hard on our behalf


We are in the middle of a national campaign to raise the profile of the safe use of a valuable asset in our County and City, but one that carries high risks. The coast and rivers across Sussex provide us … Continue reading

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USA’s signature is not worth the paper it is written on


It is always refreshing at the start of a week to hope that change can be achieved over the next few days which will make our community more secure by the weekend. However last week showed us how much change … Continue reading

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The crisis in Yemen demands action, not words!


Thanks to Stephen Twigg MP a very important series of questions and answers took place in the House of Commons last Tuesday, beginning with a Question from Stephen: “To ask the Minister of State for International Development to update the … Continue reading

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Caroline why won’t you let my MP visit Yarls Wood?


As the Windrush debacle unfolds placing the Home Office under justifiable challenge and scrutiny and making Ministers such as Amber Rudd and Caroline Nokes squirm when interviewed, another unconnected issue has emerged from recent reports from Parliament that once again … Continue reading

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Why did 12 Sussex MPs oppose Parliamentary Democracy?


The important vote that took place last Wednesday in the House of Commons involved all 16 Sussex MPs. Four of them voted to ensure that there would be an Act of Parliament before Brexit proceeds and twelve opposed this. Thankfully … Continue reading

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