Tag Archives: Priti Patel

Perhaps Patel can also guide the British people who are emigrating?


It is deeply disturbing hearing and reading the comments from a number of the highest profile people in our current Governmental organisation. Although the departure of Andrew Sabisky is to be welcomed, what was much more disturbing was that he … Continue reading

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So Victoria, what has occurred over the last 15 weeks?


On Wednesday David Lammy asked a question that quite reasonably came after all of the Tory MPs in our nation including 13 in Sussex voted to prevent the amendment to improve the prospect of children who are refugees from being … Continue reading

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Chief Constable Martin Hewitt is right and Patel/Johnson are wrong


This article in the Independent newspaper which is matched by similar articles in Policing Insight and Police Oracle raises the need for the Government to reverse its focus on simple tests for crime capture statistics and instead focus in part … Continue reading

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Dinenage and Patel must follow through on their wild claims


As Politicians like Caroline Dinenage and Priti Patel are facing a General Election in the same way as animals on our roads face vehicles hurtling towards them with bright headlights shining, it is encouraging when they make statements that provide … Continue reading

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It appears that the Patel proposal is destined for collapse


This statement from Priti Patel back when she began her role as Home Secretary was followed more recently by a similar aspect for the General Election manifesto pledge which in some senses is simply a follow up to the promises … Continue reading

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Seven years is not a very long time in unchained Politics


Its is intriguing that a group of people like Patel, Truss, Raab, Kwarteng and Skidmore who are now presenting themselves as credible members of the next Government (if their party gets a majority of seats) sat down and wrote a … Continue reading

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Mr Hayes has a rather strange point of view


So according to John Hayes MP, the whole of the nation is feeling excited because his chum Priti Patel has been appointed by Boris Johnson as Home Secretary. In reality this is pure nonsense and one wonders what goes through … Continue reading

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