Plus: There are some promotions which are inexplicable, too; and how fast can Jo Swinson get from Brecon to Edinburgh?
Posts Tagged: Nadhim Zahawi MP
Here’s our best stab at who is voting for whom, and this list will be updated each morning, as the contest continues.
Nadhim Zahawi: Johnson and Raab showed their Brexit commitment by resigning. That’s why we need them both in the final.
If we are to win back voters flirting with the Brexit Party, the Party must use this contest to demonstrate its ironclad commitment to leaving in October.
Chris Skidmore: Military personnel, veterans and their families deserve better access to Higher Education
We are providing funding to help service leavers to go to university, and scholarships for the children of those killed on duty.
Seven Cabinet Ministers. Half the Whips Office. Eleven Ministers. All these failed to back the Government in yesterday’s extension vote.
Now some of these MPs may have been ill, or absent, or abroad. But how many were slipped with the connivance of the system?
Our new Covenant establishes a set of principles to guide private, public, and third-sector organisations who want to help.
This week’s National Family Hubs Fair and Conference brought together around 50 organisations that are committed to supporting families.
This issue is too important for us to let it be distorted by out-of-date socialist attitudes towards the private sector.
Andrew Gimson’s PMQs sketch: Conservative MPs do not look nearly as loyal as one would think to listen to them
The Prime Minister saw off the Leader of the Opposition, but her own backbenchers seemed glum and thoughtful.
Norfolk County Council has shown how boarding school can transform the prospects for vulnerable children
Yet the efforts of other local authorities to provide such opportunities have been derisory. Ministers give speeches but the Government has failed to act.
Tony Devenish: To win in the capital, Conservatives need policies that show we are on Londoners’ side
My polling shows how a Tory candidate for Mayor of London could use a consumer-led approach to politics – as Margaret Thatcher did.
Recommendations in a report from the All Party Parliamentary Group on Autism are well worth Ministers and others taking up.
Plus: Vicious Cybernats. Bolton’s brass neck. Widdecombe’s ratings. Johnson’s death wish. And: the courage of my friend Tessa Jowell.
Well, at least more people than previously now know he is Minister for Children and Families. What should be in his in-tray?
it is quite conceivable that the Left of the party, casting around for a leadership contest standard bearer, will decide that he fits the bill.