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The Government plans to send MPs home early!


The idea that Parliament is a conventional working environment for MPs and Peers is of course completely ridiculous. Whilst some of them work very hard on behalf of their constituents or the nation as a whole, others use this role … Continue reading

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A short list of very limited priorities


In the light of the NATO summit which Trump and May have just attended it is perhaps understandable that they are going to extend the focus of that event on the Armed Forces by spending time visiting a secret place … Continue reading

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Exaggerating or underestimating, that is the question


On Monday Afternoon as many people across the country prepared to leave work a group of privileged people assembled to discuss a matter that impacts all of us and may lead to massive job losses and a major reduction in … Continue reading

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A scary headline – that speaks of a double disaster!


The image shown here with the headline is from yesterdays Telegraph posting on Facebook. It would be a silly mistake to assume that one headline on any newspaper is reliable, however taken in two parts and then read together this … Continue reading

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The tension between accountability and leadership


Responding to the opinion of the taxpayers who fund the whole of a very costly Parliament is something that all Politicians should take seriously. Equally responding to powerful members of your political party makes sense to those who support tribal … Continue reading

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Theresa and Donald degrade democracy


Early this morning a brief period of military action took place, commissioned from the safety of three  western democratic national government headquarters designed to try to destroy some of the chemical warfare facilities in Syria. In the case of both … Continue reading

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Looser use of language


“We’re all familiar that Boris has a looser use of language, this is not the first time this has happened” said Malcolm Rifkind on last nights Newsnight. The fact that a predecessor of Boris believes this is acceptable behaviour, questions … Continue reading

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