Who’s who: Cameron’s cabinet

Work Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith Former Conservative personality Iain Duncan Smith, a MP for Chingford and Woodford Green, is steering by a operation of gratification changes in a purpose he has hold given a 2010 election. A former army officer, who saw active use in Northern Ireland, Mr Duncan Smith entered Parliament in 1992 and fast determined himself as one of a Maastricht rebels that done life so formidable for afterwards Tory personality John Major. He was seen as a rising star of a Eurosceptic right and, after a spell as shade counterclaim secretary... 

VIDEO: Transport Committee

On 17 Dec 2014, a Commons Transport Committee hold a one-off event with NATS (National Air Traffic Services) and CAA (Civil Aviation Authority) executives over a prejudiced closure of London’s atmosphere space due to technical error. Passengers faced widespread moody intrusion after a mechanism malfunction during a inhabitant atmosphere trade use – or NATS – control centre in Swanwick on Friday 12 December. Systems were close down for 43 minutes, causing delays, moody cancellations and aeroplanes to be grounded. An review is being put together to inspect a... 

New cuts warning from East Midlands

15 Dec 2014 Last updated during 10:28 Article created by John Hess Political editor, East Midlands More from John Can we suppose Communities Secretary Eric Pickles as Father Christmas? On Thursday, many internal councils and military army will be examination his Commons matter on destiny funding, and anticipating for some anniversary cheer. “Start Quote That means really tough decisions unless we accept additional supervision grant” End Quote Cllr Nick Rushton Leader, Leicestershire County Council With a ubiquitous choosing... 

Funding cuts start in West Midlands

18 Dec 2014 Last updated during 11:27 Article created by Patrick Burns Political editor, Midlands More from Patrick More than half of a 188 staff during a new library’s staff are to be cut, and opening hours halved Next year’s £117m assets due by Birmingham City Council meant 1,100 some-more pursuit losses. Stoke-on-Trent City Council set out skeleton to save £31m with a detriment of 500 jobs on a really day a chancellor’s Autumn Statement reliable we are not even median by a supposed ‘Austerity Cuts’.... 

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