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Prime minister David Cameron visits China on a trade mission Labour Party leader Ed Miliband is expected to deliver a speech in Milton Keynes Deputy prime minister Nick Clegg visits a small firm where he is expected to outline plans f... Continue to article
John Redwood said Ineos’ offer to workers at the Grangemouth petrochemical plant had been fair and said it would be a “tragedy” if the plant was to close. “I think they’ve put forward a perfectly reasonable offer in the circumstances and... Continue to article
John Redwood said Royal Mail workers were effectively striking against themselves now they had been given shares in the newly privatised business. “We knew they were likely to do this - I think that’s one of the reasons the advisers came... Continue to article
Peter Lilley and John Redwood have accused Ed Miliband for being responsible for the increase in energy bills when he was Climate Change Secretary. In a panel discussion on Sky News' Murnaghan, Climate Change Committee member Peter Lille... Continue to article
Where are you on the policy review? I came last year and our task was to build the policy review, from a bit of a standing start. That’s not a criticism, that’s just because for the first two years it was getting out from un... Continue to article
John Redwood said a second Commons vote on Syria would likely result in a heavier defeat for the Government than the first. “A lot of us were not unhappy about the evidence on whether this man could be guilty of these kind of atrocities ... Continue to article
Tensions within the coalition government over the proposals for a rise in capital gains tax have been further stoked by chief secretary to the treasury David Laws, who described Tory backbencher John Redwood's alternative plans for a "tapered" rise as "ingenious" in an interview with The Times.
David Cameron has said he will take all views into consideration before making a decision on capital gains tax in the face of growing disquiet from the backbenches, while Iain Duncan Smith said George Osborne was aware of objections. Vince Cable said: "It's not actually an argument between the coalition partners, it's an argument between a few Conservative backbenchers and others."
According to the Daily Mail, Conservative MP John Redwood has warned that up to thirty Tory MPs are likely to rebel against Liberal Democrat plans to charge capital gains tax on company share schemes.
Prominent Conservative backbencher John Redwood has suggested that victims of cuts could 'put on a jumper.' "You can turn down the thermostat a little and put on a jumper,' he said.
24/10/2013 on PM, BBC Radio 4
19/10/2013 on The Week In Westminster, BBC Radio 4
29/09/2013 on Murnaghan, Sky News
09/09/2013 on Sky News
02/09/2013 on World at One, BBC Radio 4
25/06/2013 on Newsnight, BBC Two
28/05/2013 on World at One, BBC Radio 4
Summaries and transcripts from TV and radio
06/12/2013 on World at One, BBC Radio 4
06/12/2013 on BBC News
06/12/2013 on Pooled clip