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Last autumn’s reshuffle was interpreted by some as the march of the Osborne-ites. Two of the Chancellor’s allies climbed further up the Government’s flagpole today as Sajid Javid became DCMS and Equalities Secretary, with Nicky Morgan st...
Peter Bone criticised windfarms and called for an increased focus on fracking. "There are so many things wrong with wind farms. If it's too windy - we paid them last month £8.7m to turn the windfarms off because it's too windy. I mean, i... Continue to article
Peter Bone said the Government should focus its aid spending on the needs of individual developing countries instead of trying to meet international targets. "I can't think of any other government spending where you decide a percentage a... Continue to article
Conservative MP Peter Bone and his wife will not face any charges over fraud allegations, the Crown Prosecution Service has announced. Continue to article
Downing Street said the Government would continue to talk to all levels of the Russian Government about the situtation in the Ukraine in the coming weeks. Asked if David Cameron would hold talks with President Putin, the Prime Minister's... Continue to article
Peter Bone said whatever Parliament voted for was law, despite the Human Rights Act. "We’ll see what happens, let’s see is the Government accepts the amendment. But what the media write is one thing – what the British public know is that... Continue to article
Words: Tony Grew: Photos: Paul Heartfield The member for Solihull is pretty unique. If you type ‘Lorely’ into Google, only one name pops up. “I am quite grateful for the name really, because it has always been a point ... Continue to article
Proposals to allow gay marriage are "completely nuts", Peter Bone has said. The Conservative MP told the House of Commons that the Church of England should block the plans, as it believed marriage had to be "between a man and a woman". His Conservative colleague Tony Baldry, representing the Church, said it would make "detailed submissions" to the Government.
David Cameron has reassured Tory 1922 Committee backbenchers he is delivering on Conservative policies and they should be "proud" of their contribution to the Coalition, Tory sources have told PoliticsHome. Disgruntled Tory MPs had voiced anger at being "subsumed" by the Coalition.
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