Incisive and topical campaigns and commentary on today’s issues and tomorrow’s problems
Yesterday the government released more details of the new Immigration system it plans to come into effect on 1 January 2021 when we are finally out of the EU Implementation period.
The aim is to reduce numbers coming to the UK by preventing people coming to the UK to look for...Read More »
I have received this update from the Secretary of State for Transport:
South Western Railways update
I would like to provide you and your constituents with an update following the reckless strikes which affected thousands of South Western Railway journeys throughout December.
Due to the unprecedented level of strike action by members...Read More »
Like some other media driven campaigns, the anti global warming movement is being damaged by its share of hypocrites. Some grandstand on the issue yet live their own lives ignoring the imperatives they set for others.
It is most important that those who lecture the rest of us to change our...Read More »
Since 2008 the Maastricht EU Treaty rule that state debt should not exceed 60% of GDP has governed our economic policy. It did not do so before Labour’s big build up of debt because we were below the ceiling.
Three Chancellors of very different views and ambitions, Messrs Darling, Osborne and...Read More »
Inflation is at 1.6% compared to the target of 2.0%. Thanks to the world slowdown and the Chinese epidemic oil prices have fallen by one fifth this year, with freight rates and other commodities also well down. The pound is rising against the Euro and yen. All this points to...Read More »