Just time for a quick roundup of what was, unsurprisingly, a quiet week in Medway politics.Continue reading “Christmas Week in Medway Politics, 30 Dec”
Parliament isn’t currently sitting and we need to fill this slot somehow, so let’s take a look at what each MP has been up to over the past year!Continue reading “2018 in Westminster”
Just time for a quick roundup of the week in Medway politics..
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Every now and again we get accused of being unfair on Gillingham and Rainham MP and Rainham Central councillor Rehman Chishti. Because we like to shine a light on what he’s up to among his many roles, apparently we are treating him unreasonably. Obviously that’s utter nonsense, but we thought in the spirit of Christmas it would be good to check in with what other local residents think of the esteemed MP. Surely that way we’d be able to build a balanced picture of how he is viewed in the community.
To start, we decided to look close to home, and see what comments had been left about Chishti on our own comments section.
Okay, maybe not the best start there. Surely they won’t all be this negative though.Continue reading “Everybody Loves Rehman”
Time again for our round-up of the week. What we said, what others said and most importantly, a bumper edition of what Rehman did in ‘Rehman about Town.’
Top TweetsContinue reading “The Week in Medway Politics, 16th Dec”
Just time for a quick roundup of the week, where we take a look at the big stories in local politics, what each political party has been up to, and a special Brexit debate special of Rehman About Town.
Our StoriesContinue reading “The Week in Medway Politics, 9 Dec”
This week the government lost three votes in the House of Commons;
MPs backed calls to have a direct say in the final deal, called for the government to publish the full legal advice regarding the Brexit Deal, and historically the Government was found in contempt of parliament.
With 2 of Medway’s 3 MPs having recently quit the Government and declared they could not support the PM’s deal, how did they vote?