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Today's debate on the amendment to the Marriage (Same Sex Couples) Bill was bound to raise tensions, however Edward Leigh started by assuring the chamber that despite being against same-sex marriage he did not want to be "beastly" to gay pe...
White House hospitality or House of Commons hostility? It’s an easy choice really. David Cameron may be beginning to resemble the houseguest that never leaves, but hey, it’s a special relationship. No one will mind if he sticks around ... Continue to article
The oil company tells a US court that meeting the cost of "non-existent, artificially calculated losses" could harm its business. Continue to article
If oil executives have fixed prices there should be a windfall tax and jail sentences. Continue to article
Edward Leigh described David Cameron as his “new hero” over the Prime Minister’s pledge to hold an EU referendum. “I’m now the greatest loyalist of all. I’ve been arguing for a referendum for 20 years. It’s David Cameron, it’s not my gre... Continue to article
The current chairman of the Public Accounts Committee has issued a stark recommendation that 'massive efficiency savings and job cuts on the bureaucracy' of the public sector must be imposed, as he prepares to leave his post.
Plans to help people who were struggling with debt problems have been a "complete failure", MPs have said. In a new report the Public Accounts Committee criticised the government's record and called for urgent reform.
Sources close to Ed Miliband have told PoliticsHome that the Labour party will not put anyone forward to replace Phil Woolas until his legal process has finished. However, Labour sources deny the leader is softening his stand on the issue, but the message will reassure fractious backbenchers.
15/05/2013 on BBC News
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24/05/2013 on World at One, BBC Radio 4
24/05/2013 on Sky News
24/05/2013 on Today, BBC Radio 4