Noah, Sarah, a returning Joe Tate? All credible options. Hell, even new devil child Arthur could have grown bored of terrorising step-brother Archie and decided to teach Graham a lesson. … [Read more...] about Emmerdale: who murders Graham Foster? All the fan theories and suspects
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Andrea Leadsom, the leader of the House of Commons, said the fire at Notre Dame had brought home “the importance of preserving our historic buildings”. She said the bill would protect the future of the Palace of Westminster and ensure value for money. … [Read more...] about Design of House of Commons temporary chamber unveiled
Even if MPs do feel the need to move, several sites close by have been suggested as temporary venues. They include the atrium of Portcullis House next door – with a proposal put forward by its architect, Sir Michael Hopkins – as well as temporary structures in the courtyards of the Treasury and Foreign Office, Church House and the Emmanuel centre in Marsham Street. The developer Sir John Ritblat has offered a dramatic prefab in Horse Guards Parade, designed by Norman Foster and built at no cost to the public beyond an annual rent, that could be later rebuilt elsewhere. It would save hundreds of millions of pounds. … [Read more...] about MPs plan to build themselves a palace. Have they lost all contact with reality?
In another report, also published on Monday, the committee recommends that any peer sentenced to a term of imprisonment should be deemed to have breached the code of conduct and be considered for sanction by the committee. The report also found that when signing to claim for the daily allowance, members should give an explicit written undertaking that in doing so they are "acting on their personal honour". … [Read more...] about Lord Hanningfield suspended from Lords for a year over allowance claims
If a political party then insists on going ahead with a policy at odds with pre-election promises, they should have a right to, but they should also know there is a price to be paid. There is currently much discussion about the prospect of MPs who regularly defy their party whip facing reselection. But what about parties who defy themselves – and the public who voted them in? Surely, if a government insists on breaking promises that got them elected in the first place, it should face the ultimate sanction: the automatic triggering of a general election. … [Read more...] about Cameron shouldn’t be allowed to break his tax credit promise. Here’s the solution