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The Waugh Room!

RSS News, gossip and insight from PoliticsHome Editor Paul Waugh

Reckless by name...?

  Now here's a strange thing. The Treasury has decided to publish Mark Reckless's formal resignation letter - a month after he sent it. The former Tory backbencher applied to the Chancellor to quit his seat (as ...

A Benn. Again.

  The Benn family's love-hate relationship with the House of Lords looks like it's set for a curious new chapter. When Tony Benn died this year, his eldest son Stephen automatically inherited his peerage and became...

Rochester and Screwed?

  Several Tory MPs think that the new Brussels £1.7bn budget bill has killed off any faint hopes the party may have of winning the Rochester font-family:"Verdana","sans-serif"">   

Dave backs Theresa

The PM is hoping his Commons statement will rally his backbenchers in a fight against the common enemy of Brussels. That may not be an easy task, not least as even a reduced bill would result in the UK paying more as ...

Return of the Asquiths

  It's been a long time, but there's an Asquith back in the House of Lords. Thanks to one of those peculiarly British quirks in our constitution, Raymond Asquith, the 3rd Earl of Oxford and Asquith and the great-gr...

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