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COMMONS CHAMBER 9.30am: Environment, food and rural affairs questions (topicals at 10.05am) 10:15am: Church Commissioners, Public Accounts Commission and Speaker's Committee on the Electoral Commission questions 10.30am: Business st... Continue to article
The Government’s announcement on road investment has been branded a “classic case of all-talk and no delivery” by the Shadow Transport Secretary. Michael Dugher said during a statement in the Commons that the announcement today was “an u... Continue to article
Ben Bradshaw said the Conservatives' position on immigration in the EU was "a joke" and "a fantasy". "We accepted the truth that the business community are at last beginning to speak which is that migration, particularly for the EU, is o... Continue to article
Ben Bradshaw hit out at Conservative MPs for focusing on granting English MPs more power. "It's so deeply depressing to hear John Redwood and other Conservatives go on about standing orders at Westminster and Cabinet committees. They jus... Continue to article
The BBC will be forced to reveal what it pays its top talent, after the three main parties agreed the National Audit Office should get the power to look at the corporation's accounts.
Culture secretary Ben Bradshaw will today announce a £6m funding package to back the opening of 3,000 new after-school sports clubs, the first of which the government hopes will open in the autumn.
Shadow culture secretary Ben Bradshaw has written to Mark Thompson after the BBC director general visited Downing Street to discuss coverage of spending cuts. Mr Bradshaw wrote seeking "clarification and reassurance" on the content of the meeting.
Former culture secretary Ben Bradshaw has called the government freeze of the TV licence fee and 16% cuts to the BBC's budget an "act of cultural and political vandalism".
The Culture Secretary has questioned the future of the licence fee, suggesting that there is "good reason" to have a debate over whether it is "the best funding mechanism" in the long term.
Ed Miliband has revealed his new shadow cabinet in his first act as new Labour leader amid mixed reaction. In a surprise move Alan Johnson was named as shadow chancellor prompting fierce criticism from Conservative politicians. Yvette Cooper was given the portfolio of shadow foreign secretary whilst her husband has been named shadow home secretary. New entry Jim Murphy will be shadow defence secretary, Sadiq Khan will take the role of shadow Lord Chancellor and justice secretary while Andy Burnham moves to shadow education secretary. Other new additions also include twins Angela and Maria Eagle.
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