Tag Archives: Caroline Lucas

An urgent question following 37 months of Parliamentary inactivity


When Politicians ask urgent questions, it is easy to assume that they are responding to a matter that has emerged as a result of their discovery of a recent issue. However when Ed Miliband spoke up yesterday on St Georges … Continue reading

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Sussex MPs must respond to their angry constituents


In the muddle and chaos currently taking place in the House of Commons, mostly caused by Politicians but added to by people removing their clothes and water leaks it is sometimes difficult to find elements worthy of endorsement. However just … Continue reading

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How a Government should respond to the EU referendum


On Tuesday evening, 12th March 97% of the House of Commons voted on the matter of our departure from the EU and 62% of those who voted, voted to reject the Governments proposal with 38% who approve of it. The … Continue reading

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A Lincolnshire MP who clearly should visit Brighton


It seems as though this week we have heard or read a series of statements made by Tory politicians that seem to suggest they are either trying to be offensive in a coy manner or else they are so incompetent … Continue reading

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Parliamentary neighbours must listen to one another


It is perhaps understandable that MPs from different parties fail to pay much attention to one another when they are trying to make a point, but when the Government and its fellow MPs speak about the same issues and MPs … Continue reading

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Demonstrations of a Closed and Unaccountable Organisation


The Government works on so many of its different areas of responsibility in a manner that clearly fails to respond to the elected and appointed members of our Parliament, let alone the wider community that one wonders if it is … Continue reading

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77 days detention while we wait for the Home Office to come up with its plan!


On the last day of term in Parliament back at the end of July, a debate took place on the theme of Immigration Detention and specifically on the Review carried out by Stephen Shaw which was Commissioned in September 2017 … Continue reading

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