Fox floated a new Parliamentary committee to “determine that decisions across all parts of Government have been taken on the best available evidence”.
Nineteen Conservative backbenchers spoke against the policy. It’s doubtful whether a top-down targets system will pass the Commons.
Over a third of those who asked a question during a Hancock statement yesterday were to some degree resistant to such shutdowns.
Assuming no new revelations or his adviser’s resignation, he can either tough it out or order an inquiry.
More women. Fewer minorities. Lots of councillors and former candidates. And fewer married people. Our complete guide to the new intake of Tory MPs.
Both men sit broadly on the centre-right of the Parliamentary Party. That there is no candidate from the centre-left is a sign of internal change.
Ashfield, Bolsover, Colne Valley, Leeds North West, Portsmouth South, Sefton Central, and Wrexham are seeking would-be MPs.
Managing the controversial White Paper through into action is a formidable task for the woman who is mulling a future crack at the leadership.
Tomorrow marks the 25th anniversary of the UN resolution which enabled our no-fly zone over Kurdistan and thwarted Saddam’s genocide.
The number of rebels has risen; it is concentrated among post-2005 intake Tories, and in seats that are either marginal or were until recently.
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.
Some backbenchers are unhappy that people who already have a job as a PPS have been allowed to stand.
The region, which the Yorkshire Post argues should have its own Minister, is the scene of intense campaigning.
While the reshuffle dominated talk in the village, the Data Retention and Investigatory Bill was hurtling through the Commons.
Rename the whole project to reflect its truly unifying nature and let more of Britain, Scotland and Northern England be connected by the “steel threads”.