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Jeremy Browne said the departures of Dominic Grieve and Ken Clarke from David Cameron’s government showed the Prime Minister was “making concessions to the right”. “Dominic’s a fascinating insight into the tussle that is taking place wit... Continue to article
Jeremy Browne said he would not go as far as Conservative plans for higher public sector strike thresholds, but criticised teachers for planning to strike later this week. "I think I do have some difficulty with that for the reasons that... Continue to article
Home secretary Theresa May speaks at the Lord Mayor's annual defence and security lecture in London (18.00) Foreign secretary William Hague is expected to attend a NATO meeting of foreign ministers in Belgium Business secretary Vince... Continue to article
Chancellor George Osborne delivers his annual Mansion House speech in London (19.30) Exchequer Secretary to the Treasury David Gauke (10.00), home secretary Theresa May (11.05), shadow care minister Liz Kendall (14.45), Jeremy Browne MP ... Continue to article
UKIP's deputy chair said it was "dangerous" to use words such as racism to describe UKIP. Neil Hamilton made the comments in response to a question posed by a member of the audience on Question Time: 'Does the increasing support for UKIP... Continue to article
Nick Clegg is reported to be frustrated by Liberal Democrat ministers' comments about their Tory colleagues. Aides to the Deputy Prime Minister have said he is concerned that the integrity of the Coalition could be threatened by disunity. It comes as Foreign Office minister Jeremy Browne became the latest Liberal Democrat minister to be caught out by the Daily Telegraph. Mr Browne was recorded saying the Tories' instincts on immigration were "uncharitable" and also described his Coalition partners' European allies as "an embarassment".
Nick Clegg admitted the Liberal Democrats had a "disappointing night" after the party failed to capitalise in their boost in popularity following the television debates. Chris Huhne and Jeremy Browne held onto their seats but Lembit Opik and Evan Harris lost theirs. The party failed to win four top target seats: City of Durham, Oxford East, Newbury and Guildford.
Foreign office minister Jeremy Browne is the latest Liberal Democrat minister to be caught out by the Daily Telegraph. Mr Browne was recorded saying the Tories' instincts on immigration were "uncharitable" and also described his coalition partners' European allies as "an embarassment". Meanwhile Mr Browne's colleague Sarah Teather came out of the paper's investigation unharmed, after her private comments were found to be in keeping with her public statements.
21/07/2014 on Daily Politics, BBC Two
15/07/2014 on Sky News
07/07/2014 on Daily Politics, BBC Two
17/05/2014 on The Week in Westminster, Radio 4
24/04/2014 on Daybreak, ITV
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30/07/2014 on LBC radio
30/07/2014 on World at One, BBC Radio 4
30/07/2014 on BBC News