Also: The Opposition’s motion as amended by the Government in full.
McLoughlin brings in cut-price and free tickets.
“The decision of the British people on 23rd June gives us a once-in-a-generation chance to shape a new future for our nation: the chance to build a stronger, fairer country.”
The Consultant Paediatrician won out from a shortlist composed entirely of local candidates.
“We are, and will remain, strong and close partners.”
May, Johnson, Hannan, Davidson, Fabricant and others give their thoughts. Plus, has anyone checked on Sir Simon Burns?
Local Party members haven’t yet been told the names on the shortlist.
Sleaford and North Hykeham is not Richmond Park. It voted 61.5 per cent Leave in June, and 72 per cent either Tory or UKIP last year.
“Some who did the damage to our country were crass and careless. But some wrought monstrous havoc knowingly, wilfully. All of them Philistines. Well now the Philistines have met their David.”
Both the full findings and a summary are now available.
Eight of the ten were Leavers. And a certain diehard opponent of Brexit didn’t make the cut.
The Secretary of State lays out the Government’s decision on airport expansion.
He has informed his local association that he is honouring his pledge.
The former Deputy Prime Minister delivered the Peter Hennessy Lecture at the Queen Mary University of London.
The next candidate on the list ought to get the job, given that Party members voted for him. But some appear to be arguing for him to be skipped.