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The Institute of Directors, the Economist, the Centre for Entrepreneurs, the CBI…none of them cared for James Brokenshire’s speech.
Downing Street announces the ministerial changes resulting from Mark Harper’s resignation
Today’s launch of the National Crime Agency and the new National Cyber Crime Unit marks a further significant milestone in confronting and combating online criminals.
Watch out for Sajid Javid, Esther McVey, Liz Truss, Nicky Morgan and Karen Bradley.
By Matthew BarrettFollow Matthew on Twitter. 5.30pm Update: The Scrap Metal Dealers Bill actually passed through the House. Philip Davies and Christopher Chope did not talk out the Bill – which they are certainly adept at doing – as expected, and it passed through to Third Reading. The Government supported the Bill – although it […]
By Matthew BarrettFollow Matthew on Twitter. Following on from the last few days' rolling blogs, I have below a final list of the MPs (and Baroness Warsi) appointed as Ministers for each department. I have put new appointments in bold. Cabinet Office Minister for the Cabinet Office, Paymaster General – Rt Hon Francis Maude MP […]
By Joseph Willits Follow Joseph on Twitter Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for the Home Department, James Brokenshire MP, has answered questions from four Tory MPs about the Government's plans to combat metal theft. Brokenshire said that "the Home Office is discussing with other Departments what legislative changes are necessary to assist enforcement agencies and deter offenders". Some of the measures […]
James Brokenshire is a Home Office Minister.
In a break with convention, Conor Burns – who was elected MP for Bournemouth West at the general election – secured his own adjournment debate at the end of business on Thursday in which to deliver his maiden speech. He chose to raise issues asociated with the many schools across the country (of which a […]
Home Office questions came around yesterday. The most interesting questions were about the holding of DNA samples. Home Secretary Jacqui Smith outlined the Government's position: "The national DNA database plays a key role in catching criminals, including many years after they might think that they have got away with their crime, eliminating the innocent from […]