It will clearly be unsatisfactory if Lord Feldman and others are not interviewed at all, and that he himself will submit evidence to people who report to him.
Posts Tagged: Bernard Jenkin MP
The Prime Minister’s insistence on Parliamentary consent – which he does not need – for operational decisions is crippling Britain’s capacity to act decisively.
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.
Plus: Soames’s “serious environmental work” (i.e: shooting). Brothers Cash and Jenkin lose the plot. The agony of Kevan Jones. And: I am shaken by a Psychedelic Orgasm.
Jesse Norman wins Culture, Julian Lewis Defence…and Meg Hillier is the new Chairman of the Public Accounts Committtee.
The Party should apologise to Timothy and Parkinson – and put them both back on the Candidates’ List
The Public Administration Committee concludes that a key Party instruction to the two SpAds was in breach of the Code of Conduct that binds them.
Including the latest from the rolling future leadership hustings at the Pale, Male and stale Dining Club.
Downing Street is mulling a means of putting Labour on the spot. How inspiring it would be to see evidence that it’s more than a tactical wheeze.
The Party’s plan must be pressed on Labour & the LibDems. If Scotland votes No and the Prime Minister backs off it, the SNP will be back for a second push.
The case for Bercow as a great reformer tends to be obscured by his astonishingly bad manners.
All the posts were elected unopposed – another sign of Tory MPs’ growing discipline.
His assurances about the publication of the Chilcot Report are designed to calm those calling for answers.
Plus: Two funerals and me. My life as an Agony Uncle. Why Grayling is wrong about prison books. Sympathy for Mark Menzies. And finally: My mother’s pride.
Downing Street must play its own part in making peace with the Euro-sceptics.
The senior backbencher writes that those who support such initiatives as Bernard Jenkin’s recent letter aren’t “the old and grumpy”.