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Posts Tagged: Greg Clark MP
Thirteen Conservative MPs pressed for a faster easing of restrictions during Johnson’s statement yesterday – and 35 did not
Yesterday’s backbench reaction to his Commons statement suggests that most Tory MPs will back his proposals.
The Conservative MPs who misread Johnson, were willing to end his career over Brexit – and ended their own instead
This is not the first time that the Prime Minister has been misread by opponents who deluded themselves into believing he was set on No Deal.
Max Caller, the inspector who brought change to Tower Hamlets, has been sent in to the city. The Government could take control.
Fox floated a new Parliamentary committee to “determine that decisions across all parts of Government have been taken on the best available evidence”.
From calling the measures “dystopian”, to criticising Whitty and Vallance’s latest graph, there were some scathing speeches.
Over a third of those who asked a question during a Hancock statement yesterday were to some degree resistant to such shutdowns.
Javid is Chancellor. Tugendhat, Foreign Secretary. May, Home Secretary. Introducing the Alternative Cabinet.
The real one is widely and correctly dismissed as weak. So we’ve had a go at assembling a stronger team. Here is the result.
Iain Dale: How many Cabinet members would make your fantasy Cabinet? I count five. And it gets worse…
Plus: incompetence, resignations, non-resignations, reputations, my holiday, Any Questions and Finkelstein’s book.
July 4: The businesses that are resuming, the rationale for reopening them and the rules that they face
While pubs and restaurants are happy with the Government’s latest move, there has been backlash from the sports industry.
He would not conciliate the Liaison Committee by promising to meet it three times a year, let alone by holding an inquiry into Cummings.
WATCH: Johnson at Liaison Committee. Clark raises Cummings without naming him. And poses an important policy question.
Others tended either to raise Cummings directly or else stick to their brief. The Science & Technology Chair found a third way.
Britain cannot afford to take so long to incorporate international lessons as the epidemic progresses.
“Instead of firms paying PAYE to the Government, that flow should now be reversed”, the former Business Secretary tells the Commons.
If she wants to sound off, fine. But Johnson brought her back, and she then resigned – claiming he didn’t want a Brexit deal. Why should he heed her now?