Tag Archives: Gillian Keegan

MPs in the South East have begun to change their responses


As we wait to find out who our next Prime Minister will be, it is encouraging that Parliament when presented with a new opportunity to prevent him from closing them down, responded differently. The prorogation of Parliament would allow the … Continue reading

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One linear gap in Theresa’s legacy plans


As part of the Prime Ministers Questions last Wednesday, Theresa was asked if she would make a significant improvement in the healthcare for people in West Sussex. Sadly she chose not to do so even though this would be a … Continue reading

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A few of the options for our nation


It is hard to know what the next few months will bring, given that Theresa is resigning in a fortnight and then will remain in No 10 until the process of securing her successor is concluded which will happen just … Continue reading

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Apprenticeships are now just an ambition.


The Government put this promise into its manifesto 4 years ago. Whilst many people are heavily focused on the referendum issues that appeared in the same manifesto, this promise is vital if we are to grow our economy, and particularly … Continue reading

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Five Parliamentary swallows including disability benefits and tenancy rights


In the middle of the chaos and bizarre behaviour of many MPs in the House of Commons that has been going on for at least three years, occasionally a few sensible words and recommendations are heard.  If these could be … Continue reading

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The Government appears to have a chaotic immigration policy


On Monday in Parliament four Conservative MPs including Gillian Keegan, the MP for Chichester asked Sajid Javid the same question and then there was a brief set of additional questions from them and some colleagues from other parties. The answers … Continue reading

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Today Parliament must begin to convene a Citizens Assembly


The start of any week is potentially challenging or exciting depending on a range of factors, some of which can be well outside of one’s control. Today has all of the potential to be very exciting for our nation as … Continue reading

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