Tag Archives: Nick Gibb

Government reverses one use of the Parliamentary F word


It is understandable that many people find the use of the F word deeply offensive, inside and outside of Parliament. However its use inside Parliament leads to certain arrogant individuals and the Government, preventing good policy changes from taking place … Continue reading

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The Government needs to pay proper attention to schools


News has recently emerged both locally and nationally of how educational establishments have been assessed as being poor performers by Ofsted. However one of the contexts for this is that when Schools are judged as ‘outstanding’ they are removed from … Continue reading

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Sussex travellers need some justification for todays 3.1% railfare increase


Parliamentary rules suggest that under most settings local people can only expect to hear from their own MP if they want to ask a question. However there are always going to be exceptions and the following is surely one of … Continue reading

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Naïve Government views about air quality


When certain topics emerge in Parliament the lack of common sense let alone coherent understanding of how the nation holds together can emerge as it did on Monday. Barry Sheerman, the MP for Huddersfield  asked a question about air quality … Continue reading

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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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