Tag Archives: Jacob Rees Mogg MP

The lies that both sides told deserve taking to court


As newspapers and broadcasters are currently focused on comprising a list of Boris Johnson and his 40 competitors who all want a role that many people would argue will end their political careers, it seems worth asking the 12 Sussex … Continue reading

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The urgent need to help unite our nation


In many senses the visit that begins officially tomorrow is simply one more bit of icing on a very unpleasant cake that began to be baked early in 2016 when an EU referendum that was poorly prepared for was announced, … Continue reading

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A completely incompetent Politician!


Throughout the last few years there have been many public statements made by Jacob Rees-Mogg that have raised all sorts of questions about his credibility. However until today most of them have stopped short of crossing a line that today … Continue reading

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Parliament is clearly running out of steam


It is clear following the public demand announced by Jacob Rees-Mogg MP for the progoration of Parliament that our nation has now reached a critical point in the history of our democracy. Jacob is not alone in his desire to … Continue reading

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Why a 2019 referendum is vital


Recent public calls for a so called ‘second referendum’ are on the surface heavily opposed by those who favour either a No Deal (Jacob Rees Mogg and Boris Johnson) or Theresa Mays Deal (Michael Gove) who all seem to be … Continue reading

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Government Departments need real leadership


Whilst journalists, broadcasters and commentators are focusing on the nonsensical ideas, statements and behaviour of  Theresa, Jacob and Priti along with Michael and Amber and the lack of them by Jeremy, the reality within most Government departments is they are … Continue reading

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Police and Crime Commissioners need a broader remit


Last Tuesday in the House of Commons, there were questions on the theme of the Criminal Justice System directed to Rory Stewart who up until now has given the impression of having a fresh and honest approach to his new … Continue reading

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