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“27 per cent selected poor household budgeting as a significant cause of food poverty, and 14 per cent selected a lack of understanding of good nutrition.”
The Ministry of Defence owns 600,000 acres – that is equivalent to the size of Surrey. In Bicester, it is selling 560 acres.
The association will select the second female candidate for a Conservative-held seat this week.
Bob Neil re-presents it for Second Reading today. Here are extracts from its Second Reading last time round
Amid a flurry of ideological theories, we shouldn’t ignore the mundane realities of life.
The question for you in this Open Letter is whether you will continue, develop and deepen that Conservative pledge to put human rights at the heart of foreign policy.
By Matthew BarrettFollow Matthew on Twitter. The Daily Mail this morning reports on the 118 Conservative MPs who have written to… Read more »
By Tim MontgomerieFollow Tim on Twitter Justine Greening is getting a lot of public advice at the moment. After seven… 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 »
Asked to make a statement on his Departmental responsibilities, Michael Gove replies: “Today is the birthday of Britain’s greatest living poet”
By Paul GoodmanFollow Paul on Twitter Hansard records the exchange as follows: Sir Tony Baldry (Banbury) (Con): If he will… Read more »
By Matthew BarrettFollow Matthew on Twitter. Congratulations to Sir Tony Baldry, the Member of Parliament for Banbury since 1983, who… Read more »
By Paul GoodmanFollow Paul on Twitter I would be suprised by Fleet Street's unanimous hostility to the Queen's Speech were… Read more »
Gove will “extend the role of the Church in the provision of schools” – and highlights from Education Questions
By Matthew BarrettFollow Matthew on Twitter Yesterday in Parliament – the first time the House has sat for a few weeks… Read more »
By Paul GoodmanFollow Paul on Twitter Last year, the Prime Minister flew to Brussels amidst rumour of a leadership challenge… Read more »