Rules set out by the Lib Dem adviser Olly Grender on how to handle crises like the allegation s against Lord Rennard were all ignored
Lib Dems Jaspar Geard and Tony Greaves keep digging…
An interesting but little known fact that emerged from a minor controversy in Parliament this week is that there exists an All-party Parliamentary Group on Body Image. This is a properly registered group of 20 MPs, eight Tories, two Lib Dems, and ten Labour, 14 women and six men, whose purpose is “to conduct an [...]
The Welsh Secretary, David Jones, one of only two Cabinet ministers to oppose gay marriage, made a comment on local television which did not simply reek of prejudice but, taken at face value, was downright ignorant.
The argument over where to bury Richard III rumbles on. There are no fewer than 14 petitions on the Downing Street website put there by people with strong views on where and how the last Plantagenet king should be put to rest.
The BBC’s new Director of Strategy once stepped out with Thea Rogers
The author of Oranges are Not the Only Fruit has proposed marriage on Twitter to partner Susie Orbach
The Cannock Chase MP has been chosen to run again as a Conservative candidate in 2015
Ed Miliband’s best line at Prime Minister’s Questions was to mock David Cameron over the fact that his picture was auctioned at a Tory party for £100,000, after which Cameron claimed that the Tories are “no longer the party of privilege.”
“The Prime Minister is relaxed about the idea of the tax returns of senior Cabinet Ministers being published, but wants the opportunity to explore how this might work,” someone authorised to speak on David Cameron’s behalf said in April 2012.
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