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Ian Austin MP

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  • = Key Development Friday 21st November
  • 13:35 Ian Austin: Thornberry confirmed the public's fears that country is run by metropolitan elite On air

    On Air | Ian Austin MP | Shadow Work and Pensions Minis... | The World At One, BBC Radio 4 Video Ian Austin MP

    Ian Austin defended white van drivers and St George flag-flyers following the tweet by fellow Labour MP Emily Thornberry, which he described as "unbelievably unhelpful". "Lots of people around the country suspect the country is run or po... Continue to article

  • = Key Development Tuesday 18th November
  • 16:37 Home Office admits 'challenge' meeting immigration cap House of Commons

    Home Office admits 'challenge' meeting immigration cap House of Commons

    A Home Office minister has admitted that reducing net migration to the tens of thousands is now “much more challenging”. In a subtle shift in rhetoric, James Brokenshire told the Home Affairs Committee that the Government was now focused... Continue to article

  • = Key Development Thursday 23rd October
  • 11:45 Hague to raise police killer's release with Home Secretary House of Commons

    Hague to raise police killer's release with Home Secretary House of Commons

    William Hague has said he will raise MPs’ concerns about the release of police killer Harry Roberts with the Home Secretary. The Leader of the House was asked by Labour MP Ian Austin to condemn the Parole Board’s decision to release Mr ... Continue to article

  • = Key Development Tuesday 14th October
  • 12:59 House of Commons Business Commons Business

    12:59 | Commons Business | PoliticsHome Commons Business

    COMMONS CHAMBER 9:30am: Culture, media and sports questions (topicals at 10.05am) 10:15am: Women and equalities questions 10:30am: Urgent question from Iain Wright (Lab, Hartlepool) to ask the Business Secretary, Vince Cable, if he ... Continue to article

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  • 20:16 Story (10 links): No 10 defends Olympic ticketing

    PoliticsHome No 10 defends Olympic ticketing Story View links

    Downing Street has insisted that London Olympic organisers did "everything they could" to ensure that the ticket allocation process was a "fair process". Shadow Sport Minister Ian Austin has questioned why the Government has bid for 9,000 tickets while millions of fans look set to miss out.

    Locog chairman Lord Coe told BBC News: "We did an enormous amount of work, but I can nonetheless of course understand their intense disappointment.

    "Those who haven't got any tickets on this application will be able to get back into the system, and we will work right the way through. There are still tickets to be had, people that didn't get tickets this time, will still have a chance of getting them, but nonetheless I do understand their disappointment."

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  • 05:32 Story (2 links): Sports schools could lose specialist status

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    School children will no longer be guaranteed five hours of sport a week and sports schools could lose specialist status under government plans to cut spending, according to Labour. Shadow sports minister Ian Austin claims the government will cut almost £125m of funding for sport in schools.

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No 10 defends Olympic ticketing

Downing Street has insisted that London Olympic organisers did "everything they could" to ensure that the ticket allocation process was a "fair process". Shadow Sport Minister Ian Austin has questioned why the Government has bid for 9,000 tickets while millions of fans look set to miss out.

Locog chairman Lord Coe told BBC News: "We did an enormous amount of work, but I can nonetheless of course understand their intense disappointment.

"Those who haven't got any tickets on this application will be able to get back into the system, and we will work right the way through. There are still tickets to be had, people that didn't get tickets this time, will still have a chance of getting them, but nonetheless I do understand their disappointment."


Sports schools could lose specialist status

School children will no longer be guaranteed five hours of sport a week and sports schools could lose specialist status under government plans to cut spending, according to Labour. Shadow sports minister Ian Austin claims the government will cut almost £125m of funding for sport in schools.


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