Tag Archives: Nick Gibb

Internal party tension in Sussex Conservative Party


So we now have a clear indication that two of our Tory MPs have written letters to get rid of Theresa May and three of our Tory MPs are Government Ministers who have  either not chosen to resign or in … Continue reading

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Nick Gibb must take responsibility for his Departments policies


There is a clear need for every Government to keep a track on how well its policy changes are impacting society, so that its actions are made accountable and lessons can be learned. Many people are of the view that … Continue reading

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Public sector workers getting strangely mixed messages


Last Friday in Parliament this question and answer (only the first few lines are shown here, the rest of the answer can be seen on this website) took place and on the face of things, there is no reason for … Continue reading

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Three matters all Sussex Tory MPs need to address!


The uncertainty of Brexit and lack of support for Theresa May means that the Government is currently in a weak and unstable position. However for the moment we are led by a Conservative Government and so Conservative MPs are in … Continue reading

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Just wait 5 years and we’ll have a solution


When politicians are asked questions in Parliament, particularly questions that they have been asked many times before, in written form, there seems to be no excuse for the answer to be poorly researched or only partial in its content. These … Continue reading

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We must reverse decline into real growth


According to this report on the Coastal West Sussex Local Enterprise Partnership website, “the numbers of West Sussex students choosing Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) topics at GCSE and A-Level [is] declining”  It is with this in mind that … Continue reading

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Robert deserves a proper answer


This year has been designated in the UK as ‘2018 – The Year of Engineering’. Yesterday I had the privilege of visiting the University of Kent at Canterbury to speak to a group of 3rd year Electronic Engineering Students to … Continue reading

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