parliament

10th October 2019
The-Journal

Journal Column – The Silent Majority

Since my last column we have witnessed almost unprecedented meltdown in parliament, with the predictable howls of outrage from opponents of the government, media pundits, celebrities, […]
4th April 2019
Brexit Burns

Journal Column – Brexit Shambles

We were due to leave European Union (EU) on Friday last week.  However, as I write my column this week, we are still no closer to […]
18th January 2019
MP's in house of commons

Journal Column – We need “worldly wise” politicians

Last month, Lord ‘Paddy’ Ashdown died aged 77.  Ashdown was a respected parliamentarian and diplomat across Britain and the rest of the world.  Although I didn’t […]
7th September 2018
crowded hospital ward

Why Hospital Bed Blocking Must be Tackled

As we near the annual party political conference season we can expect an eclectic mix of topical and traditional issues dominating the headlines over the next […]