Perhaps we should all take a step backwards from comparing CVs, and simply ask ourselves who has a record of delivering for Britain.
Even if his Celsius 7/7, with which I helped Michael Gove, is not the end of Tory inquiry into the matter, it is the right kind of contribution.
The House of Lords debated the retention of personal data yesterday. Shadow Security Minister Baroness Neville-Jones spoke for the Conservatives: "As the contributions to the debate have already shown, all sides of your Lordships’ House are well versed in and understand the argument that the collection and retention of personal data are necessary for the […]
Baroness Neville-Jones spoke in yesterday’s Lords debate on the Government’s plans to introduce a period of 42 days’ pre-charge detention. Here are three key paragraphs from the Conservatives’ Shadow Homeland Security spokesperson. "Many in this House will have watched with grave concern the passage of this proposal through another place. It brings to the fore […]
Baroness Neville-Jones of Hutton Roof made her maiden speech in the Lords yesterday. Like Baroness Warsi, she focused on the situation in Afghanistan: "Public discussion of the British commitment has tended to focus on three issues: whether we should be in Afghanistan at all; whether our forces have been properly equipped to carry out the […]