There were 44 Tory abstentions – which is in the same territory as last week’s vote on the same issue.
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It would help to level up places struggling to keep pace with the UK’s most prosperous locations.
Richard Holden: Knightmare on Starmer Street. Labour loses control of Durham – held by the party for a century.
In terms of parliamentary seats, CCHQ now needs to be targeting the North East of England much more broadly for the next election.
With the right investment, new technology can extend big-city opportunities to communities all over the United Kingdom.
Richard Holden: Levelling up – 70 years late. The 1950s Labour plan that didn’t deliver improvements we’re campaigning for now.
To my astonishment, the Toft Hill Bypass is there on page 134c – undelivered during over half a century of local Labour dominance.
John Stevenson MP, Dehenna Davison MP and Jake Berry MP discuss the economic, social and political future of the North of England.
Our next live online event features Jake Berry, Dehenna Davison and John Stevenson, leading lights of the Northern Research Group.
That’s the biggest Tory revolt so far on a virus-related division, and enough potentially to defeat the Government in future.
Growing anti-lockdown sentiment among northern Labour mayors and councils offer him new opportunities – and dangers.
Today, we present two Secretaries of State, a former Chancellor and a host of other great speakers across six events.
The Bishop Auckland MP has been the stand-out performer of 2019’s new intake of Conservatives. Expect big things ahead.
Four members from the 2019 intake make the top 50, beating longer-serving and higher-ranked colleagues.
New opportunities for our exporters, and the foundations for a powerful international partnership with the clout to take on Brussels or Beijing.
We will fight on a positive city-wide agenda: respecting and empowering the individual, strengthening all communities, investing evenly across the City.
More women. Fewer minorities. Lots of councillors and former candidates. And fewer married people. Our complete guide to the new intake of Tory MPs.