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Congratulations to Ed Vaizey for – hopefully – giving the question of ‘does any of your family drive a white van?’ a humane ending. Echoing fellow Labour MP Jamie Reed’s performance at PMQs today, Sadiq Khan took the opportunity to infor...
Ed Vaizey said that voters at the next election should make a comparison between the Welsh and English NHS, rather than listening to Labour’s rhetoric on the health service. “This point that’s coming out that Ed Miliband apparently wants... Continue to article
LORDS CHAMBER 2.30pm: Oral questions, to ask the government: - What assessment they have made of cuts in funding to local authorities in the most deprived and least deprived areas of Englan (Baroness Farrington of Ribbleton, Lab) - ... Continue to article
Prime minister David Cameron hosts a meeting of alliance counterparts at the NATO summit in Wales. David Cameron, Welsh first minister Carwyn Jones and Welsh secretary Stephen Crabb also attend a world leaders reception at the summit De... 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.
26/11/2014 on World at One, BBC Radio 4
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