Tag Archives: Henry Smith

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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15 years late the ‘key’ Tory MEP asks a valid question


Daniel Hannan has been the Tory MEP for South East England for 241 months during which time of 240 months he was one of a number of MEPs and even spoke very boldly about how he needn’t bother campaigning as … 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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Do Crawley constituents want to be a pilot for voter ID


According to the Crawley MP, Henry Smith speaking on 13th March “My constituents rightly care about the security of their ballots. May I ask for Crawley to be considered for a future voter ID pilot?” Now I am sure that all … Continue reading

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The Government should unpack the SME category


The apprehension that many of us share regarding this week’s vote and what will happen on 12th April or at the end of May cannot be ignored, even though there is a limit to what can be written or said … Continue reading

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How Sussex MPs responded in last nights debate


The overall decision to finally reject Theresa Mays Brexit deal (which had not changed at all since it was intended to be voted on in December) was clear with 391 MPs voting no and 242 voting yes. There was a … Continue reading

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The Good, The Bad and the Ugly


The extensive level of chaos displayed by the House of Commons over the last year or three is a matter that in most other contexts would lead responsible MPs to call for a public enquiry to correct the failings of … Continue reading

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