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BBC News - UK Politics

Budget 2017: Plans to build 300,000 homes a year (10 hours old)

The chancellor says he understands the difficulties young people have in saving for a deposit.

Chancellor Philip Hammond's 'no unemployed' remark attacked (10 hours old)

The chancellor made the comment as he played down the threat posed to jobs by new technology.

Paul Farrelly denies fracas claims amid Labour probe (10 hours old)

Paul Farrelly denies "squaring up" to a Labour colleague and swearing at two others.

Hammond: Driverless cars will be on UK roads by 2021 (12 hours old)

The chancellor says the country must embrace new technologies in order to succeed.

Anna Soubry blames death threats on 'mutineers' headline (6 hours old)

Conservative Anna Soubry was labelled a "mutineer" for planning to rebel on a key Brexit vote.

Gerry Adams to stand down as Sinn Féin leader next year (1 day old)

Gerry Adams tells delegates it will be his last ard fhéis (party conference) as Sinn Féin leader.

Kezia Dugdale demeans politics with jungle programme, says MSP (9 hours old)

Neil Findlay believes his former leader taking part in I'm A Celebrity is "utterly ludicrous".

Universal credit: Households to miss out on benefits over festive season (1 day old)

People who work and are paid weekly may miss out in December because of the way it is calculated.

Budget 2017: Chancellor Philip Hammond 'to target housing and NHS' (2 days old [17/11/17])

Philip Hammond will use the Budget to "attack problems" that lost the Tories votes, a former minister tells Newsnight.

Budget 2017: Tax on takeaway boxes to be considered (1 day old)

The chancellor is expected to announce plans to examine the idea in Wednesday's Budget.

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Lord Framlingham's recent appearances (TheyWorkForYou)

Air and Water Pollution: Impact - Motion to Take Note | Lords debates (24 days old [26/10/17])

The Minister is well aware of my keen interest in the planting and care of trees, particularly in urban areas, and I agree very much with everything that the noble Baroness, Lady Walmsley, said....

Caribbean: Hurricanes and Tornadoes | Department for International Development | Written Answers (26 days old [24/10/17])

To ask Her Majesty's Government, in the light of the urgent need, in the wake of recent hurricanes, to clear trees, make the maximum use of their timber, and to train local communities in those...

Railways: Capacity - Question | Lords debates (38 days old [12/10/17])

My Lords, nothing better illustrates the gap between the Government and the understanding of the people than the infamous infrastructural albatross that is HS2. It is going to cost between...

UK and EU Relations - Motion to Take Note (Continued) | Lords debates (68 days old [12/09/17])

My Lords, in a moment, I intend to indulge in some special pleading, but let me first say that I am delighted with last night’s result in the House of Commons, which further paves the way...

High Speed 2 Railway Line: Camden | Department for Transport | Written Answers (115 days old [27/07/17])

Her Majesty's Government what estimate they have made of the number of London Plane trees in Camden that will be endangered by the construction of HS2.

High Speed 2 Railway Line: Forests | Department for Transport | Written Answers (115 days old [27/07/17])

Her Majesty's Government what steps they are taking to avoid damaging the 63 ancient woodlands that lie on the proposed route of HS2.

*No heading* | Department for Transport | Written Answers (115 days old [27/07/17])

Her Majesty's Government what assessment they have made of disruption to existing passenger services during the construction of HS2.

*No heading* | Department for Transport | Written Answers (115 days old [27/07/17])

Her Majesty's Government what assessment they have made of estimates that over 60,000 bodies will need to be exhumed from St James Gardens, Camden, to facilitate the building of HS2.

*No heading* | Department for Transport | Written Answers (115 days old [27/07/17])

Her Majesty's Government what assessment they have made of the likely cost of tickets for travel on HS2 between London Euston and Manchester.

*No heading* | Department for Transport | Written Answers (117 days old [25/07/17])

Her Majesty's Government what assessment they have made of the number of trains per hour that will run between Birmingham and London Euston once HS2 is completed.

Ben Gummer's recent appearances (TheyWorkForYou)

Government Departments: Consultants | Cabinet Office | Written Answers (206 days old [27/04/17])

Holding answer received on 02 March 2017 It has not proved possible to respond to the hon. Member in the time available before Prorogation.

Conduct guidance for General Election, 8 June 2017 | Cabinet Office | Written Ministerial Statements (213 days old [20/04/17])

The Prime Minister will write to ministerial colleagues providing guidance on the conduct of government business during the general election period. The Cabinet Secretary has issued parallel...

Conduct guidance for elections on 4 May | Cabinet Office | Written Ministerial Statements (215 days old [18/04/17])

On 4 May 2017, elections will take place to local authorities in England, Wales and Scotland, including for directly elected Mayors to seven Combined Authorities, and two local district...

Viscount Rothermere | Cabinet Office | Written Answers (234 days old [30/03/17])

Holding answer received on 08 February 2017 I understand David Cameron met Lord Rothermere socially on the evening of 11 February. The records on Gov.uk now reflect this.

Cabinet Committees | Cabinet Office | Written Ministerial Statements (234 days old [30/03/17])

Today the Government is publishing an updated list of Cabinet Committees and Implementation Taskforces. As part of the changes, the Prime Minister will chair two new Sub-Committees of the...

George Osborne | Cabinet Office | Written Answers (240 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 (240 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 (242 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 (242 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 (242 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...

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