Tag Archives: Theresa May

MPs clearly need a constitution and accurate history sources


My blog yesterday which focused on the prorogation proposals set out by Boris Johnson was published in the Argus newspaper and it happened to be alongside an opinion piece by the Horsham MP Jeremy Quin, who is shown here. Jeremy … Continue reading

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Robbie must get to grips with withdrawal reality


Robbie Gibb has worked as the Director of Communications at No 10 Downing Street from July 2017 to July 2019 so he has overseen the period during which his boss, Theresa made a complete mess of her attempt at resolving … Continue reading

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Boris (Boaty McBoatface) Johnson has a great deal to learn from Peterloo


Three days ago we all had a chance to acknowledge the Bicentenary of the Peterloo massacre which took place when ordinary people in a vital part of our nation went onto the streets of Manchester to demand that their voices … Continue reading

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A high priority is to avoid £2bn of prosperity cuts


When the coalition Government arrived in Whitehall in May 2010 one of the most well known events that took place was the discovery of a letter written by Liam Byrne who was the Treasury Chief Secretary in the Labour Government … Continue reading

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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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