Bercow’s choice set to get tip job

19 Aug 2014 Last updated during 17:41 By Susan Hulme BBC parliamentary correspondent Speaker John Bercow’s choice to take over as Parliament’s many comparison central is roughly certain to get a job, notwithstanding protests. A row chaired by Mr Bercow picked Australian Carol Mills to be a subsequent clerk of a House of Commons. Some Conservative MPs and ex-Speaker Baroness Boothroyd have lifted doubts about her suitability. But a supervision effectively ruled out severe a choice, observant it would... 

Prison complement is ‘not in crisis’

19 Aug 2014 Last updated during 15:50 By Sima Kotecha BBC Radio 4 Today reporter Please spin on JavaScript. Media requires JavaScript to play. Justice Secretary Chris Grayling: Prison predicament reports ‘wrong’ Justice Secretary Chris Grayling has certified that prisons in England and Wales face problems with violence, suicides and staff shortages. But he confirmed there was “not a predicament in a... 

Lib Dems lift Lord Rennard suspension

19 Aug 2014 Last updated during 22:42 Lord Rennard apologised in May for his behaviour Lord Rennard has had a cessation of his membership of a Liberal Democrats carried after disciplinary record opposite him were dropped. The former Lib Dem arch executive was dangling after being indicted of bringing a party’s name into shame for unwell to apologize over passionate nuisance claims. He apologised in May for his behaviour. A Liberal Democrat orator pronounced a dropping of disciplinary record had now brought a matter to a close. A celebration exploration... 

UK dialect denies ‘No’ opinion advice

20 Aug 2014 Last updated during 00:55 The dialect pronounced a memo should not be seen as advising staff how to vote A Whitehall dialect has denied advising a staff to opinion “No” in a Scottish autonomy referendum. A memo released to employees during a Department of Work and Pensions was described by unions as “badly worded”. Written by permanent secretary Robert Devereux, it described as “legitimate and necessary” polite servants’ support for a UK government’s position. A orator for a DWP pronounced “of... 

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