Amber Rudd – why I voted the way I did… a message to my constituents

There have been calls today for Amber Rudd to either resign her cabinet post or be sacked by Prime Minister Theresa May. Many believe Ms Rudd broke the convention of collective responsibility which requires government ministers to vote for government policy regardless of their own personal views. In the past ministers unable to uphold the... Continue Reading →

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Who is representing your views on Brexit?

Yesterday's political news coverage was dominated by the Labour Party's conference in Liverpool and what the party's position is on the subject of Brexit. And across TV and radio on Sunday and Monday many political commentators were speculating that there might even be a general election before Christmas.   Conservative MP Amber Rudd has a... Continue Reading →

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