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Muddle in the middle

Sir Keir Starmer wants people to think he is standing up to the Corbyn  left and this will make him ready to govern. He tells Mr Sunak he needs to stand up to his right to woo the elusive middle ground voters.

At the same time, revealing his own self serving...Read More »


Implementing the 2019 Conservative Manifesto

My main advice to the Prime Minister  is to revisit the 2019 Manifesto and complete our delivery of it. We all signed up to it and pledged to do what it offered. There are still things to do to keep our word. Actual Manifesto pledges are in bold type.

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My Intervention at the Ministerial Statement on Energy Security

Rt Hon Sir John Redwood MP (Wokingham) (Con): Over the last 48 hours, wind has generated as little as 1% of our electricity, and it was at 2% when I checked this morning, while of course most of the homes we represent use gas for heating. Will the Secretary of...Read More »


DoH responds to Expert Review of Records of Deceased Patients of Dr Watt

The Department notes the publication of the Expert Review of Records of Deceased Patients of Dr Watt (2008-2018) Phase Two today by the RQIA.

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Spotlight on support for families affected by mental illness and substance use

A symposium showcasing support for parents who have mental illness or substance use problems, and their families, is being held today at Queen’s University Belfast.

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£350,000 investment in rural roads in Armagh area

Three rural roads in the Armagh area will benefit from £350,000 of investment in the coming weeks.

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Green Party reaction to government go ahead for Sizewell C nuclear power plant

29 November 2022

Responding to the government’s decision to give the go ahead to the Sizewell C nuclear power plant in Suffolk [1], Green Party co-leader Adrian Ramsay said:

“This is an ideological decision driven by a misguided energy policy. It is clear there are cleaner, quicker and much less expensive...Read More »


Being in office does not mean a Minister is in power – My Article for Conservative Home

Being in office does not mean a Minister is in power. The present government has some attractive policies and ambitions, but it is finding it tough to get them adopted and implemented.

It wants inflation down as does the public but is caught up with the largely...Read More »


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