Tag Archives: Michael Gove

Unity vs wealth for a few individuals


As the focus in the media and in many places where the nations power is being held or observed is now turning onto who will replace Theresa May, it is clear that not everyone will want to prioritise caring for … Continue reading

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A few of the options for our nation


It is hard to know what the next few months will bring, given that Theresa is resigning in a fortnight and then will remain in No 10 until the process of securing her successor is concluded which will happen just … 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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Waste to Wealth demands integrity


Last Thursday Prince Charles as founder and patron of Business in the Community (BITC) convened the “Waste to Wealth Summit” at the Veolia Southwark facility for businesses to attend. Another speaker was Michael Gove and the event was even profiled … Continue reading

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A very different type of referendum


If as a nation we are to follow through the ‘plan’ set out by Parliament to leave the European Union, there are exactly 6 months or 180 days before the end of the process from today. For some people who … Continue reading

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Damian and Theodore need to stop patronising


The delayed publication on Friday 20th July 2018 at the end of the School year of a ‘workload reduction toolkit’ for Schools has now been followed by the publication of a ‘cost cutting toolkit’ on Friday 31st August at the … Continue reading

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