Tag Archives: Steve Baker

The Author of the Lobbying Bill acted inappropriately


Eight years ago in July 2013 the Lobbying Bill was set out by the Prime Minister, David Cameron. Over the following 6 months it was used to bring out rules that prevent the Trade Unions and Charities from raising their … Continue reading

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A very disappointing political end to 2020


As MPs along with their supporters and opposers are debating the very inadequate Trade Deal with the EU, it is clear that our position is not very strong. There is only one worse position and that would have been a … Continue reading

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Democratic Accountability is in short supply


This appears in my column in todays Argus was written before the resignations of Davis, Baker and Braverman from the Cabinet. Their departure along with the need for McVey and Grayling to go and the prospect of Johnson leaving must … Continue reading

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A Government heading for collapse?


The events of yesterday seem to indicate that at least four of the Ministers currently serving the Government and a Tory Vice Chair are incapable of making good or even honest decisions. My blog from yesterday relates to the decision … Continue reading

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