Tag Archives: Frank Field

Boris did not get a very long Honeymoon


It would be very easy to feel a bit sorry for Boris Johnson right now, if only his behaviour and attitude had been more open and genuine over the last decade or two. He was appointed by his party as … Continue reading

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Future Palace of Westminster must not be controlled by MPs


On the day before Andrea Leadsom resigned as Leader of the House of Commons, she was involved in an important debate about Parliamentary Buildings which was the second reading of the ‘Parliamentary Buildings (Restoration and Renewal) Bill’ which she has … Continue reading

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One or two right notes, but certainly in the wrong order


The news that Theresa and Jeremy have begun to meet, claiming to discuss a way forward that will work across their two large parties should be seen by many people who believe in a two party system as a very … Continue reading

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Philip it is clearly time to end the freeze


In a debate on 26th February on the subject of Universal Credit, Frank made a statement that included the following few words regarding the budget which is to take place on Wednesday. Let us hope that Philip Hammond will have … Continue reading

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Strengths and weaknesses of break away


As someone who stood as an Independent candidate in an election, I have mixed feelings about a group of politicians who until yesterday were members of one party, claiming to be Independent MPs and then forming a group that they … Continue reading

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Theresa needs to listen to Frank Field


In the light of the current chaos in the Brexit negotiations, caused primarily by the decision by Theresa May to seek a mandate from the country back in June and compounded by her attempts to allow the DUP to prop … Continue reading

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Kakistocracy: “Government by the worst people.”


If we were watching a satirical TV series in which the President of the USA re-tweeted deeply offensive messages without checking their veracity or source, the ability to switch off the screen or choose a different programme might make the … Continue reading

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