The Arts Minister defends Tracey Emin, but is most proud of leaving the Arts Council alone.
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The first yesterday became Britain’s longest-serving Arts Minister, and all are evidence of how David Cameron likes to govern.
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Allowing companies to offer different services for different prices is key to developing the digital revolution.
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By Tim MontgomerieFollow Tim on Twitter Aidan Burley MP has got himself into trouble (again). This time for some sour… Read more »
84% of reporters and guests on Radio 4’s Today programme are men. Nadine Dorries MP is on the warpath.
By Tim MontgomerieFollow Tim on Twitter. The BBC has often scrutinised the Conservative Party and its once male-dominated candidates list… Read more »
by Paul Goodman As some MPs prepared for the Easter recess, one in particular was still in the Commons yesterday… Read more »
By Jonathan Isaby On Tuesday night, Devizes MP Claire Perry secured an adjournment debate on the subject of pornography on… Read more »
In the Commons yesterday Christopher Chope MP introduced a Bill that would ensure revenue from the licence fee would only… Read more »
Philip Hollobone: “We spend far too much time in this country celebrating cultures other than our own”
The House of Commons returned yesterday, and launched into questions to ministers from the Department for Culture, Media and Sport…. Read more »
On Friday, backbencher Christopher Chope had the Second Reading of his Broadcasting (Television Licence Fee Abolition) Bill. He explained: "This… Read more »
Last Friday Conservative MPs talked out a bill from Labour’s Nigel Griffiths that sought to ban the advertising of junk… Read more »