Archive for May 14, 2009
A Conservative MP has raised concerns about the vaccination programme for the human papilloma virus (HPV) vaccine Cervarix.
A Conservative MP has expressed concern that members’ personal details could be vulnerable.
A former minister as “apologised unreservedly” for claiming £16,000 in MPs’ expenses for a mortgage that had already been paid in full.
Labour MP Meg Munn had to wait until 1.30 on Wednesday morning to begin her adjournment debate on road deaths caused by a sleeping disorder.
The Leader of the House of Lords has told peers that they will have a chance to debate two reports published by the Committee for Privileges.
The House of Lords committee on privileges has found that members of the House broke the code of conduct.
The shadow transport secretary today accused the government of a “major retreat” over its decision to reduce speed limits.
The Leader of the Opposition, David Cameron has challenged Gordon Brown to ‘show some leadership’ by scrapping MPs’ £10,000 communications allowance.