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The politicians’ Royal Charter on press regulation has helped to “stave off” more draconian measures, the Culture Secretary has claimed. The day after the cross-party Charter was approved by the Privy Council, Maria Miller stressed that... Continue to article
Energy secretary Ed Davey is expected to deliver annual energy statement to the House of Commons Financial Secretary to the Treasury Greg Clark attends an Association of British Insurers solvency II conference on the changing regulatory ... Continue to article
Ed Vaizey said the Government's broadband programme is on time and on target. "We don't agree with the [PAC] report at all, we think the broadband programme is fantastic, it's very good value for money and it's going to deliver broadband... Continue to article
Ed Vaizey dismissed concerns about the cost of the programme to deliver superfast broadband to rural areas, insisting he was “completely confident” that the scheme would provide value for money. “The figures you are using, there are a lo... Continue to article
One of David Cameron's key aides and long time friends the shadow arts minister Ed Vaizey has told Vanity Fair magazine that the tory party leader is "much more conservative" in private than his public image suggests
Culture minister Ed Vaizey has written to the chief executive of the UK Film Council John Woodward to ask if he was briefing that the decision to close the film council was driving investment abroad.
Tory MP Ed Vaizey has said he had "no justification" for claiming that Samantha Cameron may have voted for Tony Blair in 1997 and could support Gordon Brown. He suggested that the Conservative leader's wife may have supported Labour in a documentary to be aired tomorrow night.
Culture minister Ed Vaizey has said that the government backs industry plans to switch from FM to digital by 2015, but added that the timeframe wasn't set in stone and would be driven by listeners.
Culture minister Ed Vaizey is proposing a new internet privacy code which would allow users to seek redress from companies that misuses their personal information. The new rules would update the code for privacy online used by the Information Commissioner.
26/09/2013 on BBC News
25/09/2013 on The World Tonight, BBC Radio 4
26/08/2013 on World at One, BBC Radio 4
02/08/2013 on Sky News
05/07/2013 on Today, BBC Radio 4
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