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A man lacking integrity or self awareness


The legacy of most MPs outside their constituency, unless they make it into Government is relatively modest. However the man pictured here is a depressing exception. His opposition to those seeking equality for society is well documented as is his … Continue reading

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Imagine how Churchill would respond?


These tweets shown here captured at 07.34 hrs this morning are a clear indication that not only are we in chaos as a nation as a result of the Labour and Conservative party decisions to withdraw from Europe, but that … Continue reading

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The end of the Beginning, perhaps?


The following is my weekly column published this morning in the Argus Newspaper: Last week in Parliament had all of the hall marks of the End of the Beginning of our efforts or perhaps their efforts to leave the European … Continue reading

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The importance of scrutiny


Last Wednesday in Parliament a debate took place that was organised by the Labour Party calling on the Government to publish the 58 reports that were drawn up to help determine the impact of Brexit. Along with many other voices … Continue reading

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Defending Brexit by attacking the truth?


As we all seek to make sense of the impact of Brexit the men and women who are well paid as our MEPs are in a crucial position try to assist their constituents and the rest of society to ensure … Continue reading

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Lets Ensure many voices are heard on Brexit


It is clear that how we proceed in our departure from the EU is a great deal more complex than a simple binary choice of stay or go. It is also clear after 16 months that the Government despite its … Continue reading

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Chlorine washed chickens come home to roost


Its fascinating to hear from Brexiteers who having strongly advocated our departure from the EU and argued vociferously that we need to have control of our borders and national sovereignty, how they plan to fix the holes in the roof … Continue reading

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