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[Political content removed] – according to Theresa May


I was interested to hear a few snippets of the speech by Theresa May last night and so I thought I would find out what she actually said, so I went to this website which is part of GOV.UK and … Continue reading

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Two Brexiteer journalists named Simon point out its catastrophic impact


There are many journalists who either personally or corporately oppose our remaining in the EU. However as they attempt to carry out their work it becomes clearer and clearer that our departure from the EU is nonsensical and that we … Continue reading

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Is TReason the nature of the Darroch leak?


It is clear that when most journalists publish leaked state material, they are doing so to make the nation aware of issues that are going on behind closed doors, that will have an impact on many of us. In theses … Continue reading

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One linear gap in Theresa’s legacy plans


As part of the Prime Ministers Questions last Wednesday, Theresa was asked if she would make a significant improvement in the healthcare for people in West Sussex. Sadly she chose not to do so even though this would be a … Continue reading

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Celebrating Windrush day should lead to societal change


It is hard to see this image and not be concerned that when she was Home Secretary, Theresa introduced a law change seven years ago on 9th July 2012 demanding that people who are working, want to rent a property … Continue reading

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Let us all change politics for Good


It is surely time that we pay attention to the heading on the letter from my MEP, Nigel Farage who took the trouble to write to Theresa May on the last day of her role as leader of the Tory … Continue reading

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The urgent need to help unite our nation


In many senses the visit that begins officially tomorrow is simply one more bit of icing on a very unpleasant cake that began to be baked early in 2016 when an EU referendum that was poorly prepared for was announced, … Continue reading

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