Archive for May 7, 2009
The Health Secretary’s latest statement to the Commons on swine flu saw a doctor attack a nurse’s blog and a query on behalf of people allergic to eggs.
A Conservative MP has put a novel scheme to Deputy Speaker Sir Michael Lord.
The Budget continued to make its way through Parliament yesterday with the Second Reading of the Finance Bill.
The Public Accounts Committee has produced a report into mathematics performance in maintained primary schools in England.
Frosty Jack’s cider costs £3.39 and has 7.5 per cent. alcohol. A bottle holds 22.5 units.
A jobs summit for young people in Scotland was announced yesterday by Scotland Minister Jim Murphy, to curb rising youth unemployment.
An inquiry investigating how the House of Lords could improve public understanding of its work and role has heard evidence from senior journalists.
Trident, regeneration, the recession and Brighton and Hove Albion were just some of the issues brought up in this week’s Prime Minister’s Questions, but it was attacks on Gordon Brown’s authority that dominated discussion.
A group of MPs yesterday introduced a bill that aims to end the abuse of “vulture funds” which prey on some of the poorest countries in the world.