That’s the biggest Tory revolt so far on a virus-related division, and enough potentially to defeat the Government in future.
Posts Tagged: Andrew Rosindell MP
Andrew Gimson’s Commons sketch: The Prime Minister offers good-natured, commonsensical, rather fuzzy unity
When Starmer tried to cross-examine him in order to produce clarity, Johnson simply refused to engage.
I have serious concerns about the sector surviving this crisis. We cannot allow the worst to happen and our zoos and aquariums put at risk.
The Prime Minister clearly thinks she can talk her own backbenchers into supporting her deal, but could find no way of conciliating the DUP.
No celebrity candidates. No non-Tories. Bailey, Boff and Morrissey have all spent years campaigning, knocking on doors, handing out leaflets in the sun and in the rain.
We have asked those shortlisted for the nomination a series of questions and we will be running their responses during the course of the day.
The list presents selectors with a wide range of experience and backgrounds to whittle down to the eventual shortlist.
We are embarking upon major housing regeneration and are showing that ours is the Party truly focussed on improving residents’ quality of life.
Self-governing democracies are entitled to choose their own tax rates.
Twenty five Tory MPs joined Labour and the SNP in opposing liberalisation, and provided the Government’s margin of defeat.
Some backbenchers are unhappy that people who already have a job as a PPS have been allowed to stand.
Election sketch: Northamptonshire Conservatives (including Mrs Bone) hope to persuade voters that UKIP is redundant
Peter Bone in Wellingborough, and Tom Pursglove in Corby, are campaigning on a staunchly Eurosceptic platform. Mrs Bone approves, but rather wishes it was all over.
Andrew Rosindell MP’s proposals would be unworkable and destabilising. Asymmetry is the price England pays for the Union.
Our Government must now, as before, mount a diplomatic operation to ensure that Argentina settles its old debts before it receives any new ones.
Whatever you think Britain’s response to ISIS should be, MPs are right to demand an urgent debate.