The fifth piece in our series this week about what the Tory Manifesto should look like.
Posts Tagged: Home affairs
Norway-to-Canada was one thing. Norway-plus-the-backstop is another. It is inferior even to the Prime Minister’s proposed deal.
To shut off consideration of realistic and achievable ways of supporting the Government’s Brexit objectives would be irresponsible.
What the Home Secretary wrote in Opposition in 2007.
Changes to the scrap metal industry, and a new taskforce to deal with the problem of metal theft will be implemented says James Brokenshire
By Joseph Willits Follow Joseph on Twitter Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for the Home Department, James Brokenshire MP, has answered questions from four… Read more »
By Joseph Willits Follow Joseph on Twitter Yesterday in the Commons, Home Secretary Theresa May reaffirmed her commitment to tackling and ending… Read more »
Theresa May highlights Britain’s “deep-rooted” social problems in her Commons statement on the riots
Highlights from Theresa May's speech to the House of Commons on the public disorder in London, Manchester, Birmingham and other… Read more »
By Matthew Barrett Follow Matthew on Twitter. Yesterday in Parliament, during questions on the Prevent counter-terrorism strategy (which Paul Goodman… Read more »
Nick Herbert MP, Police Reform Minister, knocked Ed Balls for six yesterday in the House of Commons. He attacked Labour… Read more »
Tim Montgomerie In the Commons yesterday Theresa May was repeatedly pressed by Labour MPs to rule out water cannon as… Read more »
By Paul Goodman Jonathan offered an acute summary recently of the anger on the Tory backbenches about the Government, the… Read more »
Theresa May defends European Investigation Order as necessary for cross-border crime-fighting but backbench Tory MPs warn her that it is an EU ‘power grab’
By Tim Montgomerie In the Commons yesterday the Home Secretary explained to MPs why the Government was adopting the European… Read more »
By Tim Montgomerie In the Commons yesterday, sat alongside police reform minister Nick Herbert, Theresa May, the Home Secretary, unveiled… Read more »
Highlights, not verbatim. In an emergency statement to the House, and in her first statement to the Commons in her… Read more »
I wrote last November about the lack of Labour backbenchers willing to support their Government’s Queen’s speech in the Commons…. Read more »