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Wednesday, November 02, 2016

FRIEND OF LETTING AGENTS< STEWART JACKSON AND THE PHILOSOPHERS MOAN @WAS HE DUMPED BY THE ONE SHOW?

IF ONE SHOWS UP  Conservative Stewart Jackson MP  See what we did?
OMG! Our spies suggest Stewie didn't actually make it onto BBC The One Show, if he did, someone please send us a clip...or just point us to it. Meanwhile reviewing the BBC Parliament footage it does have Stewie handing in the petition, shame about the camera angle the light was cruelly bouncing off his polished dome! Needs to be matted down! TV is so unkind....


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Peterboroughs own mystic answer to the sorting hat, all smoke and bendy mirrors, Stewart Jackson MP of #MPsexpenses fame; may be accused by some of jumping on the news agenda bandwagon, whilst blocking Peterborough residents and the #PBROTRIB from his social media feeds and possibly laughing all the way to Lloyds Bank,( he used to be a local bank manager for Lloyds) having used oodles of public funding over the years to beef up his parliamentary home and lavish swimming pool in Peterborough. His wife being a noted Property expert and keen to spot a good deal.


Our Stewie for example: Consistently voted against restrictions on fees charged to tenants by letting agents Show votes


But joking aside, get a grip of this Scrooge like tale:  Stewie has now latched onto the plight of St Michaels tenants, ideal for raising his own battered profile on the telly, the One Show no less, long after the horse has bolted, raising the St Michaels evictions in the House of Commons, knowing full well it means very little in practical terms as the Conservative dominated council has already signed off the multi-million pound deal, when a last ditch call in failed, due to disc jockey and Tory Peterborough councillor Steve Allen refusing to use his 'entertaining' casting vote to stop the process.


The deal which will cause untold misery this Christmas for the families kicked out and made homeless, they in turn will have to be housed BY THE PETERBOROUGH CITY COUNCIL!  The tenants are about to be kicked out of their homes just before Christmas so that some North London property lads can turn a million or two million pounds renting out divided up family units into one/two bedroom 'battery hen style' units to warehouse Peterborough City Councils homeless people for a couple of years.  


But to find out what MP Stewie really thinks we need to turn to the excellent www.TheyWorkForYou.com   website and hopefully the One Show presenters now have enough material to make the MPs visit to the Peel Wing of new BH really entertaining, well for us anyway!


How Stewart Jackson voted on Social Issues #
  • Consistently voted against equal gay rights Show votes
  • Voted a mixture of for and against smoking bans Show votes
  • Consistently voted against allowing marriage between two people of same sex Show votes
  • Almost always voted against laws to promote equality and human rights Show votes
  • Consistently voted against allowing terminally ill people to be given assistance to end their life Show votes 
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How Stewart Jackson voted on Foreign Policy and Defence #

  • Consistently voted for use of UK military forces in combat operations overseas Show votes
  • Consistently voted for an investigation into the Iraq war Show votes
  • Consistently voted for replacing Trident with a new nuclear weapons system Show votes
  • Generally voted against more EU integration Show votes
  • Generally voted for a referendum on the UK's membership of the EU Show votes
  • Almost always voted against strengthening the Military Covenant Show votes
  • Generally voted against a right to remain for EU nationals already in living in the UK Show votes
  • Has never voted on UK membership of the EU
  • Consistently voted for military action against ISIL (Daesh) Show votes

How Stewart Jackson voted on Welfare and Benefits #

  • Consistently voted for reducing housing benefit for social tenants deemed to have excess bedrooms (which Labour describe as the "bedroom tax") Show votes
  • Consistently voted against raising welfare benefits at least in line with prices Show votes
  • Consistently voted against paying higher benefits over longer periods for those unable to work due to illness or disability Show votes
  • Almost always voted for making local councils responsible for helping those in financial need afford their council tax and reducing the amount spent on such support Show votes
  • Consistently voted for a reduction in spending on welfare benefits Show votes
  • Almost always voted against spending public money to create guaranteed jobs for young people who have spent a long time unemployed Show votes

How Stewart Jackson voted on Taxation and Employment #

  • Almost always voted for raising the threshold at which people start to pay income tax Show votes
  • Almost always voted for increasing the rate of VAT Show votes
  • Generally voted for higher taxes on alcoholic drinks Show votes
  • Almost always voted for higher taxes on plane tickets Show votes
  • Voted a mixture of for and against lower taxes on fuel for motor vehicles Show votes
  • Generally voted against increasing the tax rate applied to income over £150,000 Show votes
  • Generally voted for encouraging occupational pensions Show votes
  • Voted a mixture of for and against automatic enrolment in occupational pensions Show votes
  • Almost always voted against a banker’s bonus tax Show votes
  • Voted a mixture of for and against higher taxes on banks Show votes
  • Almost always voted against an annual tax on the value of expensive homes (popularly known as a mansion tax) Show votes
  • Generally voted for allowing employees to exchange some employment rights for shares in the company they work for Show votes
  • Consistently voted for more restrictive regulation of trade union activity Show votes
  • Consistently voted for reducing capital gains tax Show votes

How Stewart Jackson voted on Business and the Economy #

  • Almost always voted for reducing the rate of corporation tax Show votes
  • Voted a mixture of for and against measures to reduce tax avoidance Show votes
  • Generally voted for stronger tax incentives for companies to invest in assets Show votes
  • Voted a mixture of for and against new high speed rail infrastructure Show votes

How Stewart Jackson voted on Health #

  • Consistently voted against restricting the provision of services to private patients by the NHS Show votes
  • Consistently voted for reforming the NHS so GPs buy services on behalf of their patients Show votes
  • Voted a mixture of for and against smoking bans Show votes
  • Consistently voted against allowing terminally ill people to be given assistance to end their life Show votes

How Stewart Jackson voted on Education #

  • Consistently voted for greater autonomy for schools Show votes
  • Consistently voted for raising England’s undergraduate tuition fee cap to £9,000 per year Show votes
  • Consistently voted for academy schools Show votes
  • Consistently voted for ending financial support for some 16-19 year olds in training and further education Show votes
  • Consistently voted for university tuition fees Show votes

How Stewart Jackson voted on Constitutional Reform #

  • Almost always voted for reducing central government funding of local government Show votes
  • Consistently voted for an equal number of electors per parliamentary constituency Show votes
  • Almost always voted for fewer MPs in the House of Commons Show votes
  • Has never voted on a transparent Parliament
  • Generally voted against a more proportional system for electing MPs Show votes
  • Generally voted against a wholly elected House of Lords Show votes
  • Generally voted for local councils keeping money raised from taxes on business premises in their areas Show votes
  • Consistently voted for greater restrictions on campaigning by third parties, such as charities, during elections Show votes
  • Generally voted for fixed periods between parliamentary elections Show votes
  • Generally voted against removing hereditary peers from the House of Lords Show votes
  • Almost always voted against transferring more powers to the Welsh Assembly Show votes
  • Almost always voted against transferring more powers to the Scottish Parliament Show votes
  • Generally voted against more powers for local councils Show votes
  • Consistently voted for a veto for MPs from England, Wales and Northern Ireland over laws specifically impacting their part of the UK Show votes
  • Generally voted against a lower voting age Show votes

How Stewart Jackson voted on Home Affairs #

  • Almost always voted for a stricter asylum system Show votes
  • Consistently voted against allowing ministers to intervene in inquests Show votes
  • Consistently voted against introducing ID cards Show votes
  • Consistently voted for the introduction of elected Police and Crime Commissioners Show votes
  • Generally voted for requiring the mass retention of information about communications Show votes
  • Consistently voted for stronger enforcement of immigration rules Show votes
  • Consistently voted for mass surveillance of people’s communications and activities Show votes
  • Consistently voted for merging police and fire services under Police and Crime Commissioners Show votes

How Stewart Jackson voted on Environmental Issues #

  • Generally voted against measures to prevent climate change Show votes
  • Voted a mixture of for and against lower taxes on fuel for motor vehicles Show votes
  • Consistently voted for selling England’s state owned forests Show votes
  • Almost always voted for higher taxes on plane tickets Show votes
  • Generally voted against financial incentives for low carbon emission electricity generation methods Show votes
  • Generally voted for culling badgers to tackle bovine tuberculosis Show votes
  • Voted a mixture of for and against greater regulation of hydraulic fracturing (fracking) to extract shale gas Show votes
  • Voted a mixture of for and against new high speed rail infrastructure Show votes

How Stewart Jackson voted on Transport #

  • Consistently voted against greater public control of bus services Show votes
  • Almost always voted against slowing the rise in rail fares Show votes
  • Voted a mixture of for and against lower taxes on fuel for motor vehicles Show votes
  • Almost always voted for higher taxes on plane tickets Show votes
  • Generally voted against a publicly owned railway system Show votes

How Stewart Jackson voted on Housing #

  • Consistently voted for phasing out secure tenancies for life Show votes
  • Consistently voted for charging a market rent to high earners renting a council home Show votes

How Stewart Jackson voted on Miscellaneous Topics #

  • Generally voted against greater regulation of gambling Show votes
  • Consistently voted for capping civil service redundancy payments Show votes
  • Generally voted against Labour's anti-terrorism laws Show votes
  • Consistently voted for the privatisation of Royal Mail Show votes
  • Generally voted against requiring pub companies to offer pub landlords rent-only leases Show votes
  • Almost always voted for restricting the scope of legal aid Show votes
  • Almost always voted for allowing national security sensitive evidence to be put before courts in secret sessions Show votes
  • Generally voted for a statutory register of lobbyists Show votes
  • Almost always voted for limits on success fees paid to lawyers in no-win no fee cases Show votes
  • Consistently voted against restrictions on fees charged to tenants by letting agents Show votes
  • Generally voted for the policies included in the 2010 Conservative - Liberal Democrat Coalition Agreement






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