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Prime minister David Cameron meets with Italian prime minister Matteo Renzi in London Children and families minister Edward Timpson (09.45) and shadow education secretary Tristram Hunt (11.40) speak at a NSPCC conference in London on chi... Continue to article
Prime minister David Cameron is on a regional tour Deputy prime minister Nick Clegg and UKIP leader Nigel Farage take part in a debate on Europe The Department of Health makes an announcement on the think autism initiatives Pension... Continue to article
Energy secretary Ed Davey (19.00) and shadow energy secretary Caroline Flint (18.10) speak at a You Gov event in London on energy politics and the consumer Business secretary Vince Cable visits Bristol Universities Minister David Wil... Continue to article
Norman Baker accused some police forces of having a “1950s attitude” towards domestic violence, after a report panned the protections available. “If somebody is subject to violence, it should be properly investigated, no matter where it ... Continue to article
Norman Baker said police officers should bear in mind that girls may be used by gang members to carry drugs or weapons. "We have to recognise that those who wish to have illegal material, whether it’s guns or drugs or anything else carri... Continue to article
Deputy prime minister Nick Clegg and UKIP leader Nigel Farage debate Europe (19.00) Business secretary Vince Cable (08.25), culture secretary Maria Miller (08.35) and Lord Davies (09.15) speak at the launch of a report by Cranfield Schoo... Continue to article
COMMONS CHAMBER 11.30am: Welsh questions 12 noon: Prime minister questions 12.30pm: Statement on European Council 1.30pm: Ten minute rule motion: Illegal Importation of Dogs (Fixed Penalty) Bill (Jim Fitzpatrick, Lab, Poplar and ... Continue to article
Norman Baker defended the Government's handling of domestic violence cases and said they were looking at how individual police forces collected information on domestic violnce cases. "The picture is patchy and that's one of the reasons w... Continue to article
It's so obvious that Norman Baker has been slapped down by Theresa May on legal highs. He should just be honest about it. Differentiation.
Andrew Griffiths welcomed the Prime Minister’s decision to consult on extending pubs’ opening hours for England’s games in this year’s World Cup. “It’s fantastic news for publicans, it’s fantastic news for beer lovers and it’s fantastic ... Continue to article
Norman Baker said it was “unacceptable” that there was such a wide discrepancy in the way police recorded and classified rape across the UK’s 43 police forces and insisted the Government wanted the figures made public to ensure the police t... Continue to article
Norman Baker said the Liberal Democrats would vote against Dominic Raab's amendment to the Immigration Bill as it was not compatible with the UK's human rights obligations. "We’re clear that the Government advice we’ve received in legal... Continue to article
Norman Baker said the Government was trying to "get a more modern, enlightened, effective way of dealing with anti-social behaviour" through Ipnas (injunctions to prevent nuisance and annoyance). "What the intention of the Government is ... Continue to article
Motorists have been told that vehicle tax may be scrapped and replaced with a new system of pay-as-you-drive tolls. Transport Minister Norman Baker said that a shake up was inevitable, saying "Every government of every colour will get there, whatever parties say now.”
Scrap-metal dealers who sell on stolen signal cabling will face tighter laws in an attempt to end a trade that has affected 4m rail passengers, the Transport Minister announced yesterday. Norman Baker called for laws to be reviewed, saying the Government was looking at "what further steps might be necessary in regulation and legislation to deal with a very serious problem that is having a big impact on the economy and on passengers".
Transport minister Norman Baker has launched an inquiry into the employment of foreign cab drivers after being taken for a ride by a taxi driver who he said had a "limited grasp of English".
The Government is to host a summit to address the problems caused when lorry and car drivers are misdirected by out-of-date directions from their satellite navigation systems. The talks will be held by Local Transport Minister Norman Baker in March, and will ensure "everything possible" is done to get vehicles on the right roads.
Transport minister Norman Baker has defended criticisms from the president of the AA and top traffic police officer Mike Giannasi, saying “this Government is firmly committed to road safety."
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