Tag Archives: Sajid Javid MP

Don’t confuse task groups with a meeting every 18 weeks!


A series of questions and answers took place in the House of Commons on Monday that involved Sajid Javid and the focus was related to “Violent Crime: Young People” and knife crime was seen as one of the key elements … Continue reading

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A cloud cuckoo Government Department (Home Office)


On Monday the Labour MP for Bethnal Green and Bow, Rushanara Ali asked the Home Secretary “What steps he is taking to tackle the rising level of knife crime” Because Sajid Javid was too busy campaigning to become the next … Continue reading

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Unity vs wealth for a few individuals


As the focus in the media and in many places where the nations power is being held or observed is now turning onto who will replace Theresa May, it is clear that not everyone will want to prioritise caring for … Continue reading

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Emergencies demand immediate responses Sajid


As we have reached what we keep being told are the final days of the Parliamentary career of Theresa May, it is inevitable that those who wish to take on the role of Prime Minister will come under even more … Continue reading

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Government must clarify its use of CJTF


Our Government tends to adapt terminology from various sources in an attempt to sound good and sadly they often achieve nothing as a result. To clarify the term ‘task force’ which the Home Office seems to like using, NATO defined … Continue reading

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The Government risks crushing a charity


When Governments dispense sums of money that are intended for the benefit of the public they are often incapable of getting the details right. A classic case being the way in which Chris Grayling handled the ferry crisis by commissioning … Continue reading

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Pete Wilcox makes a credible offer


It is very encouraging that the relatively recently appointed Bishop of Sheffield is challenging the current Home Secretary and calling for a public review into the impact of the attack on Miners in 1984 in Orgreave. Pete Wilcox has already … Continue reading

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