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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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The vital but inadequate actions today


Its rather frustrating that what should be a very inspiring vote today is deeply mitigated because the electoral process has been controlled by people who want you and I to vote for their party as a bloc and not to … Continue reading

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My choices on Thursday for the EP


The votes on Thursday are based on a very clear set of options. Although I will end up with 10 MEPs who will each represent me and around 8 million other people in the South East, the votes I have … Continue reading

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The Cabinet Offices view of the role of MPs


In the same week that the Conservative Party have sought to wrest control from the Labour Party over the running of Brighton and Hove City Council without any opportunity for local residents to have a say, as a result of … Continue reading

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Our two main Political parties make new trade deals very hard to achieve


As we wait for the vote to be carried out on Tuesday in the House of Commons regarding whether our Parliament will back the Brexit proposal by Theresa May, it is beginning to become clear that our options as a … Continue reading

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We need to reform our business culture


One of the proposals from the Labour Party conference which has created predictable opposition from the CBI is to ensure that in the large companies in the UK, there is a commitment to take a proportion of their profits (through … Continue reading

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A Heineken Political Party or proper democratic reform?


The indications are growing of attempts by members of various political parties to form a new one that will somehow solve all of the problems that their current party does not address. Perhaps they will call it the Heineken party … Continue reading

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