Articles tagged with nick herbert
by Anoosh Chakelian / 19 Jul 2012 16:24
If only it had been PMQs yesterday morning, we surely would have heard Ed Miliband doing his damnedest to give the Home Office a pounding for failing to keep tabs on shambolic private security company G4S, contracted to secure the Olympics.
Or would we?
Miliband has come out today criticising the government for its outsourcing of police and security services “on a scale and at a speed never before seen”, and has
by Ben Duckworth / 19 Jun 2012 16:27
Theresa May attended a press gallery lunch in Parliament today and was lighter on her feet than I was expecting. She told an amusing tale of returning home after becoming one of the most senior cabinet minister in the coalition government and finding a note on her doorstep. “Congratulations on becoming Home Secretary,” it read. “Will this alter your milk requirements?”
Her comments on police commissioners were eye-catching – it has been noted
by Ben Duckworth / 22 May 2012 10:10
Ed Miliband is on the cover and Jim Pickard examines what makes the Labour leader tick, his relationship with his brother David and shadow chancellor Ed Balls, and whether he is providing a transformative lead for his party.
Inside this issue you will find:
Jim Pickard's cover feature looking at Ed Miliband as Labour leader.
- The relationship between Ed Miliband and Ed Balls: “They’re like chalk and cheese,”
by James McMeekin / 23 Feb 2011 09:34
10:00am Boris Johnson participates in London Assembly mayor’s question time, with the focus on the city’s budget for 2011-12
11:00am Police minister Nick Herbert visits the West Yorkshire Police
2:45pm Care services minister Paul Burstow visits the Hull health budget pilot scheme
And the Independent Police Complaints Commission is set to release annual police complaint statistics
What’s been said
The Sun says there is “good