Tag Archives: Nick Gibb

Robbie must get to grips with withdrawal reality


Robbie Gibb has worked as the Director of Communications at No 10 Downing Street from July 2017 to July 2019 so he has overseen the period during which his boss, Theresa made a complete mess of her attempt at resolving … Continue reading

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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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A few crumbs under the Grammar School table


Thanks to Angela Rayner asking this Question last Thursday, we now know two things. The first is that 98.6% of the money set aside to expand the Grammar Schools across our nation in the last financial year was spent on … Continue reading

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Invite Nick to visit your School – and find out how things are!


One of the blogs I read regularly is published under the @TeacherToolkit title by Ross Morrison McGill. His blog today refers to visits to Schools by Nick Gibb, the Government Minister responsible for Schools as part of the Department for … Continue reading

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Gibb and Loughton must explain their comments


One of the most fantastic events that took place last week was the celebration of 75 years since the D Day departure and landing, an event that began the end of our last world war. This is why President Trump … Continue reading

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A wake up call for the Department for Education?


A few weeks ago I wrote a piece that related to a debate that had taken place in Parliament about modern language education and in that debate Nick Gibb, the Schools Minister made it very clear that in the light … Continue reading

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Studying EU languages is a demand from Brexit supporting MPs


The following is my piece in Today’s Argus column: Following the major shift in 10 out of the 13 District and Borough Councils across Sussex and the impact here in Brighton and Hove last Thursday it is hard to fully understand … Continue reading

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