Tag Archives: Jeremy Hunt

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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Parliamentary incompetence goes beyond Boris’s campaign


When considering the performance of our Government at the moment it is hard to look beyond the poor quality interviews and debate that Boris and Jeremy are taking part in. However this statement by Nadhim Zahawi proves that we need … Continue reading

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Is TReason the nature of the Darroch leak?


It is clear that when most journalists publish leaked state material, they are doing so to make the nation aware of issues that are going on behind closed doors, that will have an impact on many of us. In theses … Continue reading

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A clear reason for endorsing Jeremy Hunt


The choice about to face 120,000 to 160,000 Tory party members is far from clear, both prospective leaders of their party have very substantial failings in far too many areas to be credible party leaders, let alone to then be … 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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Three years later and what is there to show for it?


Today marks the third anniversary of the EU referendum result. I recall a few days earlier on Tuesday 21st June 2016 how Michael Gove stated on Radio 4 Today that if we vote to leave, that our departure would begin … Continue reading

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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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