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Matthew Hancock MP

Business, Innovation and Skills minister

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  • = Key Development Friday 4th April
  • 10:47 House of Commons Business Commons Business

    10:47 | Commons Business | PoliticsHome Commons Business

    COMMONS CHAMBER 11.30am: Foreign office questions (topicals at 12.15pm) 12.30pm: Ten minute rule motion:  National Health Service (Right to Treatment) Bill (Hugh Bayley, Lab, York Central) Main business Finance Bill: Consideratio... Continue to article

  • = Key Development Tuesday 1st April
  • 15:48 In Brief Events

    15:48 | Events | PoliticsHome Events

    Prime minister David Cameron meets with Italian prime minister Matteo Renzi in London Children and families minister Edward Timpson (09.45) and shadow education secretary Tristram Hunt (11.40) speak at a NSPCC conference in London on chi... Continue to article

  • = Key Development Wednesday 12th March
  • 11:52 Matthew Hancock: Conservatives the only party able to offer EU referendum On air

    On Air | Matthew Hancock MP | Business, Innovation and Skill... | The Daily Politics, BBC Two Video Matthew Hancock MP

    Matthew Hancock said that the Conservative Party was the only political party that will guarantee a referendum on the UK's membership of the European Union. "I think that resolving our relationship with the European Union is a perfectly ... Continue to article

  • = Key Development Wednesday 5th March
  • 12:55 Focus support on qualifications valued by employers - Hancock House of Commons

    Focus support on qualifications valued by employers - Hancock House of Commons

    The Government will refocus support for vocational qualifications towards those valued by employers, the Skills Minister has pledged. Giving a statement in the Commons, Matthew Hancock told MPs the vocational sector had become too bloate... Continue to article

  • = Key Development Friday 28th February
  • 16:05 In Brief Events

    16:05 | Events | PoliticsHome Events

    Prime minister David Cameron chairs a National Security Council meeting on Ukraine (15.00) Deputy prime minister Nick Clegg meets the EU digital agenda commissioner Neelie Kroes Business secretary Vince Cable speaks at the National Un... Continue to article

  • = Key Development Tuesday 25th February
  • 11:46 Transcript: Grant Shapps speech at CCHQ Transcripts

    Grant Shapps speech at CCHQ Transcripts

    Good morning everyone, thanks for coming. Today is about two things: 1.  Getting the Conservative family together, to introduce some of our candidates. 2.  And talking about our mission; what a Conservative majority would really mean... Continue to article

  • = Key Development Friday 31st January
  • 15:11 In Brief Events

    15:11 | Events | PoliticsHome Events

    Deputy prime minister Nick Clegg embarks on a trade and investment visit to Colombia and Mexico with a trade delegation Foreign secretary William Hague is expected to attend a press conference with German foreign minister Frank-Walter St... Continue to article

  • 10:57 House of Lords Business Lords Business

    10:57 | Lords Business | PoliticsHome Lords Business

    LORDS CHAMBER 2.30pm: Oral questions, to ask the government: - What is their assessment of recent developments in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (Lord McConnell of Glenscorrodale, Lab) - What plans they have to increase the pu... Continue to article

  • = Key Development Monday 27th January
  • 15:46 In Brief Events

    15:46 | Events | PoliticsHome Events

    Skills and enterprise minister Matthew Hancock delivers the keynote speech at the Skills Summit in London (12.45) Climate change minister Greg Barker visits an energy service in North London  Employment minister Esther McVey and welfa... Continue to article

  • = Key Development Friday 24th January
  • 17:17 In Brief Events

    17:17 | Events | PoliticsHome Events

    Prime minister David Cameron (11.00) delivers a speech to the Federation of Small Businesses on simplifying red tape. Skills minister Matthew Hancock (13.30) and shadow business secretary Chuka Umunna (09.30) also speak at the conference on... Continue to article

  • 12:08 Labour: Desperate and dodgy: David Cameron’s misleading claims on living standards Press Release

    12:08| Press Release

    Labour briefing Desperate and dodgy: David Cameron’s misleading claims on living standards * The Tories are complacently claiming people are better off. “We are seeing real wages starting to rise, and I think that we can be confide... Continue to article

  • = Key Development Wednesday 22nd January
  • 12:40 Matthew Hancock: The idea that the job is done is absurd On air

    On Air | Matthew Hancock MP | Business, Innovation and Skill... | Daily Politics, BBC Two Video Matthew Hancock MP

    Matthew Hancock expressed measured optimism in response to today's fall in unemployment. “It is great news that the economy is obviously recovering, and the record jobs figures, the largest rise in employment in the history of this measu... Continue to article

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Matthew Hancock: Solvency is vital

Confidence in Britain's solvency is vital for the economic recovery, Matthew Hancock has warned. Writing exclusively for PoliticsHome, the Conservative MP and former chief of staff to George Osborne said that "more short term action is needed" to improve infrastructure in the UK, and that economic confidence has been "hit hard" by the "daily deluge" of bad news from the eurozone. He also hit out at Labour's economic plan, warning that "the idea that the answer to a debt crisis is more debt has been dramatically disproven by events on the Continent".


Osborne backs board quotas

George Osborne will endorse calls for 30% of company boards to be made up of women, the Mail on Sunday has reported. The proposal was put forward by Conservative MPs Matthew Hancock and Nadhim Zahawi in their book Masters of Nothing.


Ed Miliband: I would tax more

Ed Miliband has told Channel 4 news he would tax more to cut the deficit then Alistair Darling had previously announced. Tory MP Matthew Hancock today released an analysis of the new Labour leader's tax plans saying he will land the UK with a £35 billion tax "bombshell".


Miliband makes PMQs debut

Ed Miliband gave a strong performance at PMQs earlier today, where he questioned David Cameron at length about child benefit reforms. Mr Cameron asked Mr Miliband for an alternative to the cuts, to which he said: "I may be new to the game, but I think I ask the questions and he answers them.


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