28 JUN 2017

Grenfell Tower

Many residents have written to me about the Grenfell Tower disaster. Here is my response: I would first like to express my sincerest sympathies for...

29 APR 2017

Help to Buy helping families onto the housing ladder in Tamworth

Since the Government first launched Help to Buy in 2013, 89 households in Tamworth have taken up the Equity Loan scheme to gain their first rung on...

28 APR 2017

Government inspector to decide Arkall Farm fate

The Government have 'called in' the application for land north of Ashby Road, otherwise known as Arkall Farm, following a request from local MP...

Upcoming Business – Lords: Main Chamber (19 Dec 2017)
Report of the Lord Speaker’s committee on the size of the House – Lord Burns. Debate

European Union (Withdrawal) Bill: Dealing with deficiencies arising from withdrawal (12 Dec 2017)
Question accordingly negatived. Clause 7 ordered to stand part of the Bill. The occupant of the Chair left the Chair to report progress and ask leave to sit again (Programme Order, 11 September). The Deputy Speaker resumed the Chair. Progress reported; Committee to sit again tomorrow.

European Union (Withdrawal) Bill: Regulations to deal with deficiencies arising from withdrawal - Independent Report (12 Dec 2017)
David Hanson: Order. Before I call the next speaker, I remind hon. Members that we are just over an hour away from the knife, and I still have 11 hon. Members seeking to catch my eye. Time will have to be very limited if all hon. Members are to get in.

Brexit: Human Rights - Question for Short Debate (12 Dec 2017)
Baroness Chakrabarti: My Lords, it has been an absolute privilege to listen to this important debate instigated by my noble friend Lord Cashman and to listen to so many eminent speakers from all sides of this House. It is wonderful that we have marked Human Rights Day in this way, and I agree that we should do so every year as one small contribution to our commitment to human rights in this House. I am also...

Lotteries: Limits on Prize Values — [Sir Edward Leigh in the Chair] (12 Dec 2017)
Henry Bellingham: My hon. Friend makes a good point, which I will come to in a moment. One key aspect of the argument is that society lotteries complement the national lottery and do not compete directly with it. There is room for them both to operate. The big difference, obviously, is the prize cap. As I pointed out, society lotteries are limited to 10% of the value of any one draw, with a theoretical maximum...


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