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Posts Tagged: Oliver Colvile MP
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Oliver Colvile MP: The current campaign against wind farms could damage the future for marine renewables
Oliver Colvile is MP for Plymouth Devonport. Follow Oliver on Twitter. Over the next decade the UK faces three specific… Read more »
By Matthew BarrettFollow Matthew on Twitter. After last week's reshuffle of the Secretaries and Ministers of State, and this week's… Read more »
By Matthew BarrettFollow Matthew on Twitter The 301 group is perhaps the most active and important group of backbench Tory MPs. Tim… Read more »
What is the 40 group? Matthew Barrett profiles the MPs trying to keep hold of the most marginal Tory seats
By Matthew BarrettFollow Matthew on Twitter I recently profiled the 2020 and Free Enterprise groups of Tory MPs. Those two groups are formed by ideology:… Read more »
Oliver Colvile MP: The critics of windfarms are wrong. Renewable energy provides good value for money.
Oliver Colvile is Member of Parliament for Plymouth Sutton & Devonport. Follow Oliver on Twitter. Last month, the much respected… Read more »
Oliver Colvile MP: There needs to be a robust, cohesive and transparent campaign to ensure that abuses of the housing system are eradicated
Oliver Colvile is the MP for Plymouth Sutton and Devonport. His article is the fourth in a seven part series of articles… Read more »
By Paul GoodmanFollow Paul on Twitter Here is the Defence Secretary's statement, and below are questions from Conservative MPs with… Read more »
Two more of the Class of 2010 who stood twice in the same seat before successfully being elected made their… Read more »