0 Have your say Women’s Enterprise Scotland chief executive Carolyn Currie has been confirmed as the speaker at St Andrews Business Club’s annual meeting next month. Due to be staged at the Fife town’s famous Old Course Hotel on 15 May, the AGM will see Currie discuss her extensive career at a senior level in financial services and her current work with Women’s Enterprise Scotland.Currie is a founding member of the UK Women’s Enterprise Policy Group and has contributed policy papers to the World Economic Forum in Davos.St Andrews Business Club began in 1950 and has attracted many prominent speakers from different walks of life, including Sir Menzies Campbell MP, Andy Irvine, Sir Tom Farmer and former Lord Advocate Lord Mulholland. Scots energy tech firm Flexitricity joins pioneering green power project … [Read more...] about Women’s Enterprise Scotland chief addresses Fife event
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Lab Graham P Jones Hyndburn ( Leave 66% ) Lab Diane Abbott Hackney North and Stoke Newington ( Remain 80% ) Con Nigel Adams Selby and Ainsty ( Leave 58% ) Con Bim Afolami Hitchin and Harpenden ( Remain 60% ) Con Adam Afriyie Windsor ( Remain 53% ) Con Peter Aldous Waveney ( Leave 63% ) Lab Rushanara Ali Bethnal Green and Bow ( Remain 69% ) Con Lucy Allan Telford ( Leave 66% ) TIG Heidi Allen South Cambridgeshire ( Remain 62% ) Lab Rosena Allin-Khan Tooting ( Remain 74% ) Lab Mike Amesbury Weaver Vale ( Leave 51% ) Con Sir David Amess Southend West ( Leave 55% ) Con Stuart Andrew Pudsey ( Remain 51% ) Lab Tonia Antoniazzi Gower ( Remain 51% ) Con Edward Argar Charnwood ( Leave 58% ) Lab Jonathan Ashworth Leicester South ( Remain 58% ) Con Victoria Atkins Louth and Horncastle ( Leave 69% ) Ind Ian Austin Dudley North ( Leave 71% ) Con Richard … [Read more...] about How did each MP vote on the second round of indicative votes?
Members of the government’s advisory board on the first world war centenary are at loggerheads over extending the commemorations to mark politically challenging events such as the Irish war of independence and Britain’s slaughter of peaceful protesters in India. The group, set up under David Cameron, advised on four years of commemorations ranging from traditional events at the Cenotaph to beachside tributes conceived by the director Danny Boyle. Some members have been pressing to extend the official commemorations to address thorny issues such as the 1919-21 war in Ireland and the role of British forces including the violent police auxiliary force known as the Black and Tans, and the 100th anniversary of the Jallianwala Bagh massacre in Amritsar in 1919. “It’s a missed opportunity,” said Hew Strachan, one of a number of historians who sits on the committee along with former military chiefs and authors such as Sebastian Faulks and Pat Barker. “A … [Read more...] about Row over bid to extend centenary events to cover Ireland and India
May's deal Approve the withdrawal agreement Against 344 For 286 Democratic Unionist Party Tellers are not included in totals, but are included in the graphics and searchable table People who voted against the deal at Meaningful Vote 2 but for it this time include: Lucy Allan, Richard Bacon, Crispin Blunt, Conor Burns, Rehman Chishti, Simon Clarke, Damian Collins, Rosie Cooper, Robert Courts, Richard Drax, Iain Duncan Smith, Charlie Elphicke, Michael Fabricant, Sir Michael Fallon, Jim Fitzpatrick, James Gray, Chris Green, Mark Harper, Gordon Henderson, Eddie Hughes, Boris Johnson, Gareth Johnson, Daniel Kawczynski, Pauline Latham, Andrew Lewer, Ian Liddell-Grainger, Jonathan Lord, Esther McVey, Anne Main, Sheryll Murray, Tom Pursglove, Dominic Raab, Jacob Rees-Mogg, Grant Shapps, Henry Smith, Royston Smith, Bob Stewart, Ross Thomson, Michael Tomlinson, Craig Tracey, Anne-Marie Trevelyan, Shailesh Vara, John Whittingdale Tap header to sort Lab Graham P Jones … [Read more...] about How did each MP vote on the withdrawal agreement?
Lab Graham P Jones Hyndburn For No Lab Diane Abbott Hackney North and Stoke Newington For No Con Nigel Adams Selby and Ainsty Against No Con Bim Afolami Hitchin and Harpenden Against No Con Adam Afriyie Windsor Against No Con Peter Aldous Waveney Against No Lab Rushanara Ali Bethnal Green and Bow For No Con Lucy Allan Telford Against No TIG Heidi Allen South Cambridgeshire For No Lab Rosena Allin-Khan Tooting For No Lab Mike Amesbury Weaver Vale For No Con Sir David Amess Southend West Against No Con Stuart Andrew Pudsey Against No Lab Tonia Antoniazzi Gower For No Con Edward Argar Charnwood Against No Lab Jonathan Ashworth Leicester South For No Con Victoria Atkins Louth and Horncastle Against No Ind Ian Austin Dudley North Against –– Con Richard Bacon … [Read more...] about How did your MP vote on the indicative votes amendment?