Over a third of those who asked a question during a Hancock statement yesterday were to some degree resistant to such shutdowns.
The long-awaited Parliamentary Constituencies Bill will give voters fairer representation, and prevent political delay tactics.
Here’s our best stab at who is voting for whom, and this list will be updated each morning, as the contest continues.
At the heart of May’s operation, this staunch Conservative is now mulling potential ways to a second referendum with Labour MPs.
The Conservative Party’s Vice Chair for International tells me about his priorities in the role.
That the MP for Corby feels able to accept an office vacated over opposition to Chequers illustrates division amongst the Brexiteers.
All but two of those elected are from the 2010, 2015 and 2017 intakes.
The growing clamour for action is entirely justified.
The Tories ousted Ed Balls and the Liberal Democrats managed to return two seats, but otherwise this region was a low-scoring draw for the main parties.
The region, which the Yorkshire Post argues should have its own Minister, is the scene of intense campaigning.
The next day, I went to deliver leaflets in Rochester. We kept being delayed by Simon Burns insisting on showing passing punters his Hillary Clinton watch.
Alec Shelbrooke is the Member of Parliament for Elmet and Rothwell. Follow Alec on Twitter. In December I introduced a Ten Minute Rule Bill to the House calling for the introduction of a Welfare Cash Card to ensure that welfare payments are used for the purchase of essential items; the purpose for which they are intended. […]
By Matthew BarrettFollow Matthew on Twitter. This morning in the Commons, Alec Shelbrooke, the Member of Parliament for Elmet and Rothwell introduced a Bill calling for the introduction of a Welfare Cash Card to prevent welfare claimants from buying what Mr Shelbrooke called "NEDD" (Non-Essential, Desirable and often Damaging) items, including cigarettes, alcohol, paid television […]
By Matthew BarrettFollow Matthew on Twitter. The Daily Mail this morning reports on the 118 Conservative MPs who have written to constituents indicating their opposition to gay marriage proposals. The Mail says "Their opposition has been expressed in letters and emails sent to constituents who have contacted them with their own concerns", and points out that […]
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