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Two roses marked her customary seat on the green benches as Members from all sides remembered their colleague.
He spoke of his friend, a “five-foot bundle of old-fashioned Yorkshire common sense.”
Her Majesty presents the Government’s programme.
The Prime Minister thanked the Shipley MP for his advice on diplomacy.
After Gauke did a valiant job defending the Treasury wicket, Cameron no doubt expected a rough ride. He didn’t get one.
While the tally of Leave MPs has risen sharply since the draft renegotiation was presented, the debate didn’t reflect the increase.
The Spelthorne MP made the case that such a ban would be ‘a spectacular own goal’.
Hansard’s account of the opening of today’s debate on extending military action against ISIS.
Highlights of the debate, including contributions by Caroline Spelman, Crispin Blunt, Nadine Dorries and Dr Liam Fox.
Fewer MPs rebelled on this motion than on the main matter – but there are some notable names all the same.
The full list of Tory MPs who voted against the Government on last night’s Justice and Home Affairs opt-in
Redwood, Cash, Leigh, Lilley, Jenkin – and plenty more.
By Andrew GimsonFollow Andrew on Twitter In a clear, level and impartial tone the Queen read out her Government's great list… Read more »
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David Cameron makes a triumphant post-summit return to the Commons and says “a deal is still do-able” on the European budget
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