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The House of Commons has approved plans which could see MPs being recalled in cases of serious misconduct. Last night MPs passed the law which would allow by-elections to be held in some circumstances, and changed the rules around suspension. The Lords will now consider the bill.
Scepticism of whether Ed Miliband was ready to become prime minister in 2015 was expressed by representatives of the Conservatives, Liberal Democrats, and Question T...
Conservatives press release New figures reveal that Len McCluskey and his fellow union barons are continuing to underwrite Ed Miliband’s Labour Party with cold ha...
Public Administration Select Committee press release Uncoordinated reforms and lack of any clear "map of state" hampering accountability In a report release...
Labour press release Chris Leslie MP, Labour's Shadow Chief Secretary to the Treasury, commenting on the government announcement on redundancy claw-back said: "T...
PAC Press Release 19th PAC Report 2014-2015 The centre of government Chair: The Rt Hon Margaret Hodge MP The Rt Hon Margaret Hodge MP, Chair of the Committee...
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