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BBC News - UK Politics

James Brokenshire making Commons statement on Stormont (1 hour 11 minutes old)

Northern Ireland Secretary is briefing the House of Commons on the collapse of inter-party talks.

MSPs to back call for Scottish independence vote (3 hours old)

MSPs are expected to back First Minister Nicola Sturgeon's call for an independence referendum in a Holyrood vote.

MPs deny foreign aid cash being 'wasted' (12 hours old)

A committee says money should be allocated "on evidence rather than media coverage".

MPs 'walk out' in protest at 'too gloomy' Brexit report (1 hour 8 minutes old)

Several Brexit-backing MPs "politely" walked out of a Brexit select committee meeting, it is claimed.

Immigration should rise and fall after Brexit, David Davis says (14 hours old)

The Brexit secretary was speaking as key figures from the pro and anti-EU camps clashed on Question Time.

Councils 'face funding gap' to fix roads (7 hours old)

Authorities say they do not receive enough money for road repairs, with one in six in poor condition.

Brexit: Full control of borders among six UKIP tests (1 day old)

Full control of UK borders and fishing waters are among UKIP's six demands, as is withdrawal before 2020.

Brexit won't be completed in two years, says Simon Fraser (18 hours old)

Former head of the Foreign Office says post-Brexit arrangements will take longer than two years to negotiate.

Article 50: Brexit deal must meet six tests, says Labour (1 day old)

Labour says it will vote against any deal that does not include a strong relationship with the EU.

House of Lords: Lord Colgrain elected in hereditary poll (22 hours old)

Conservative Lord Colgrain sees off 26 other hereditary peers in a special by-election.

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Lord Framlingham's recent appearances (TheyWorkForYou)

Digital Economy Bill - Report (2nd Day) | Lords debates (7 days old [20/03/17])

I hope I am right. I think Amendment 25N is in the next group.

Digital Economy Bill - Report (2nd Day) | Lords debates (7 days old [20/03/17])

My Lords, I, too, shall be extremely brief because this matter has now been dealt with in great detail by a number of speakers. Few issues that come before your Lordships’ House make me...

Neighbourhood Planning Bill - Report (2nd Day) | Lords debates (27 days old [28/02/17])

My Lords, I support the amendment from the noble Baroness, Lady Young of Old Scone. I think the words “clearly outweigh the loss” are not going to give the same protection that...

Neighbourhood Planning Bill - Report (2nd Day) | Lords debates (27 days old [28/02/17])

I spoke very briefly in Committee in support of this amendment, and I would like to do the same again now. I have no shares in pubs but, like many Members of your Lordships’ House, I have...

European Union (Notification of Withdrawal) Bill - Second Reading (2nd Day) | Lords debates (34 days old [21/02/17])

My Lords, it is a pleasure to follow the noble Baroness, Lady Murphy, but I fear I am going to take a slightly different line. All great issues are essentially very simple. We make them...

High Speed Rail (London–West Midlands) Bill - Third Reading | Lords debates (55 days old [31/01/17])

My Lords, I am grateful to the Minister for his words. He has been diligent and gracious throughout. He asks me to reflect on my words and my actions today. I have done little else for quite a...

High Speed Rail (London–West Midlands) Bill - Third Reading | Lords debates (55 days old [31/01/17])

My Lords, I am well aware of the gravity of the amendment I have tabled. I hope the House will understand that I have only decided to do this after long and careful consideration. I have been a...

Neighbourhood Planning Bill - Second Reading | Lords debates (69 days old [17/01/17])

My Lords, it is a great pleasure to follow the noble Baroness, Lady Greengross. We hear so much about young people not being able to buy their houses that it is nice to hear about the...

European Union: Environmental Policy - Question | Lords debates (105 days old [12/12/16])

My Lords, given that a number of rather nasty tree diseases in Europe are just awaiting their opportunity to get into this country, will the Minister use the opportunity that Brexit provides to...

HS2 Update - Statement | Lords debates (132 days old [15/11/16])

My Lords, I am sorry to introduce a slightly discordant note, but is it not really a question of priorities? At a time when the National Health Service had a deficit, last year, of £1.8...

Ben Gummer's recent appearances (TheyWorkForYou)

George Osborne | Cabinet Office | Written Answers (4 days old [24/03/17])

Holding answer received on 23 March 2017 It is a longstanding convention that former Ministers are allowed reasonable access to the papers that were issued to them when in office....

George Osborne | Cabinet Office | Written Answers (4 days old [24/03/17])

Holding answer received on 23 March 2017 All meetings between Ministers and newspapers and other media proprietors, editors and senior executives held in an official, social and...

Local Government: Property | Cabinet Office | Written Answers (6 days old [22/03/17])

We want to build on the success of One Public Estate and are on track to reach 95% of English councils by March 2018. We will be announcing a further funding round in April to support more...

Government Departments: Databases | Cabinet Office | Written Answers (6 days old [22/03/17])

The data sharing measures in the Digital Economy Bill will enable more effective data sharing to improve the public services and functions we deliver. In addition the Government Transformation...

Topical Questions | Cabinet Office and the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster | Commons debates (6 days old [22/03/17])

My hon. Friend has it in one: not only does this initiative allow us to save costs so that we can direct money to the frontline, but it means that public services are far simpler for our citizens...

Topical Questions | Cabinet Office and the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster | Commons debates (6 days old [22/03/17])

My right hon. Friend the Minister is a decent and honourable man, and he will make his own decision about his ministerial responsibilities. It is wrong to impugn his motives in the House, if I...

Topical Questions | Cabinet Office and the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster | Commons debates (6 days old [22/03/17])

My hon. Friend is right to point out that it was this Government who introduced new guidance to make sure that we could support the UK steel industry wherever possible. That has been well...

Topical Questions | Cabinet Office and the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster | Commons debates (6 days old [22/03/17])

We have made considerable progress. According to our original timetable, we will be able to release the results of the first part later this year. That will be a moment of reckoning for this...

Topical Questions | Cabinet Office and the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster | Commons debates (6 days old [22/03/17])

I am as concerned as the hon. Gentleman will be. That is why we need to make sure that the independence of our statistics machine, to which other countries look for advice, is shown to the public...

Topical Questions | Cabinet Office and the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster | Commons debates (6 days old [22/03/17])

I am very concerned that the Liberal Democrats in Cornwall are not seeking to use the One Public Estate programme, which is set up precisely so they can save public money and direct it to the...

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