Workers who are effectively modern slaves have been put into the position of having to choose either to work or starve during lockdown.
Posts Tagged: Keith Vaz MP
It is the Conservatives who have spoken out over illegal and dangerous exploitation at local factories.
We have the full list from the New Progressive Democratic Liberal National Coalition Party – including a three-way Northern Ireland jobshare.
Profile: Damian Collins. Running energetically (and sometimes tumbling over) as he pursues Leave campaigners
A Conservative MP who has seen much of Collins says: “I like him. He’s more intelligent and thoughtful than his public manner gives one to expect.”
Yes: there was nothing I could do to stop Sean Spicer from being an utter dick. Plus: Guido’s recovery, the Tory Chief Whip’s troubles…and Mamma Mia 2.
They already elect their chairmen and there will be fewer trips abroad – at least when the Commons is sitting. That means more scrutiny of what Ministers are up to.
Plus: I now love Liverpool. Getting ready for Birmingham. Come and hear me interview David Davis there. And: My most shameful secret revealed.
Either he would be turfed out of Parliament, or his constituents would shrug and say “So what?”
Plus: Sir Simon Bowie, Soames on a diet, the Trussette on manoeuvres, tiger nannies, and Proud to be Out. And: Time for Liders to get his British Empire Medal.
Plus: Loathsome Winston McKenzie. Alex Salmond, Thatcher fan. The indestructible Keith Vaz. And: my interview with Charles Moore is well worth a listen.
Jesse Norman wins Culture, Julian Lewis Defence…and Meg Hillier is the new Chairman of the Public Accounts Committtee.
From Reggie to Dessie: “Lynton had a seizure on hearing the news, and spent 24 hours in one of those restraining units”
The aftershock of Cameron’s bombshell. Plus: Two Bobs and the slivovitz. John Hayes in a Wheelie Bin. And: Richard III – Vaz’s part in his downfall.
Bob Neil re-presents it for Second Reading today. Here are extracts from its Second Reading last time round
There is a stinging irony in the force’s claim that co-operating with the BBC helped to protect the integrity of its search.
Enoch Powell failed to realise how quickly how quickly many of the new arrivals here would become British