Tag Archives: Maria Caulfield

Closing down Parliament and the licensing of Drones


The actions by Sussex and indeed Kent and Surrey MPs last Tuesday during a debate on matters relating to Northern Ireland have presented our nation with a very slim mechanism to avoid the new Prime Minister from shutting down Parliament … Continue reading

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Grieve vs Caulfield and Boles vs Trump


Last night in the House of Commons during a debate two matters arose that show the importance of our credible politicians challenging less credible people who are using twitter to indicate their ignorance. The one closest to home came from … Continue reading

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Irony of the Heseltine ‘punishment’


It is not all that long ago when the Liberal Democrats and the Tories were voting together on many things officially, and yet now to vote for the Lib Dems means that a Tory Peer will lose his party whip. … Continue reading

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Northern Ireland Secretary of State must now act


On Tuesday Evening Parliament held a debate about the extension of the executive formation for Northern Ireland. It was an interesting debate and whilst most of the people who participated were MPs for Northern Ireland, and therefore also mostly members … Continue reading

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Do MPs like Maria understand the consequences of their own actions


Every so often an MP asks a question which leads everyone to wonder what they were doing in the past to ignore the impact of their own votes and the policies of their own Government. The decision by the Conservative … 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 party political moon is on the wane


Over the last week there has been quite a shift in our political settings at both national and local levels. There was a brief link between the two settings which arose last Wednesday at Prime Ministers Questions when Maria Caulfield, … Continue reading

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