Tag Archives: Nick Gibb

We need much more openness from all of our Sussex MPs


It can sometimes seem very difficult to fully understand how people work in settings that we have no personal experience of, but that we have an interest in. This is clearly the case in a range of locations but providing … Continue reading

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Primary School pupils need more from the Teaching Minister


The MP from Durham City, Mary Foy raised this question in written format which got answered by Nick Gibb on Friday. The first few words are here and no one would disagree with them but they don’t answer the question … Continue reading

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We need our Politicians to act constructively and honestly


As many of us are aware there are challenges for the politicians that are elected every few years to run our nation and our Councils. Some of them are external which the representatives cannot prevent but they can work on … Continue reading

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He insists that MPs can only participate physically within the Parliamentary estate


So nearly all of the Conservative MPs for Sussex have once again voted to prevent MPs from being able to take part in debates from outside of Parliament and for the voting to also to have to take place from … Continue reading

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Comments by Sussex MPs and a Government reaction to NHS workers


It seems important now that Parliament is assembling each week, albeit for much shorter hours and with very small numbers of MPs that we pay attention to what our local MPs do say and that we try to pass over … Continue reading

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Nick Gibb and Marcus Fysh promote hypocrisy on behalf of their Government


On Tuesday a Parliamentary debate took place that could have been very positive given it was about involving young people in politics, but sadly it began very negatively and by the time Nick Gibb got up to speak on behalf … Continue reading

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Ken Baker describes how Gove & colleagues have failed for last 10 years


On Monday while MPs in the House of Commons were arguing about whether to hold election no 3 in four and a half years, their colleagues in the House of Lords took part in a debate under the title “Vocational … Continue reading

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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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