Tag Archives: Chris Grayling

Closing down Parliament and the licensing of Drones


The actions by Sussex and indeed Kent and Surrey MPs last Tuesday during a debate on matters relating to Northern Ireland have presented our nation with a very slim mechanism to avoid the new Prime Minister from shutting down Parliament … Continue reading

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Lets eat the cake and then ask for it to be supplied


The idea that our departure from the EU will have an impact on flights to Europe is a matter that has been discussed on many occasions and given that Henry is a supporter of Boris who has promised we will … Continue reading

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Uckfield gets longer trains but no link to Lewes


On Thursday the news about the Uckfield train line was finally admitted by a Government Lords based Minister, Charolotte Vere. This response came almost two years since Chris Grayling made a statement about the same issue when he was answering … Continue reading

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Our demand for HS2 is clear and unquestionable


Nusrat Ghani MP spoke on Monday in the House of Commons “I am indeed the Minister responsible for this project[HS2]. Not only is the project this Government’s policy, but it was in the Conservative party’s manifesto as well as in … Continue reading

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We need to overhaul Parliamentary answer processes


A couple of weeks ago a Labour member of the House of Lords asked a rather simple and basic question and got what could be described as an absent answer. The person who asked the question is Alan West, Baron … Continue reading

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How many questions will it take Liz Sugg?


The third version of Steve Bassam’s question regarding what one Government Minister was doing a month ago emerged on Thursday. His previous two questions and Elizabeth’s answers can be seen on this blog. Steve is clearly pushing the Government to … Continue reading

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Three DfT broken-buses crawl along together!


My blog yesterday focused on the unwillingness of the Department for Transport to answer a very simple and straightforward question, raised by Cheryl Gillan MP on the 13th March in the House of Commons regarding HS2. The Minister who refused … Continue reading

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