Robert Jenrick: Case not 'closed' over minister's approval of controversial development, MPs warn
Wednesday, 1 July 2020
Commons committee says there were 'serious mistakes' in Westferry cases and presents housing secretary with 26 new questions to answer
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Jenrick announces controversial planning overhaul
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Westferry project: Robert Jenrick insists he does not regret approving controversial property scheme'I wish I hadn't been sat next to a developer at an event and I regret sharing text messages with him afterwards'
Jenrick: "We don't want to return to blanket restrictions"
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Starmer: Jenrick row a "judgement call" on PM
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Housing Secretary under pressure to resign in planning row
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Tory MPs plead with Boris Johnson to firm up climate emergency planBan petrol and diesel cars sooner, plant many more trees and impose a domestic carbon tax, One Nation group tells prime minister
Boris Johnson's pledge to overhaul defence and foreign policy undermined by No 10 secrecy, MPs warnGovernment has repeatedly been asked for clarity and transparency, and is now accused of ignoring calls
UK 'must anticipate hostile states utilising pandemic'China and Russia are among countries willing to use coronavirus to their advantage, MPs say.
Care home residents facing prison-like conditions and 'losing will to live' since lockdown, MPs hearNational charity says it's heard evidence of residents losing weight, speech, and unable to recognise members of their own family
Tory MPs claim migrants crossing Channel are 'invading' UK'Common Sense Group' of backbenchers condemned for lacking 'humanity and decency' - but its chair claims people can simply 'paddle in'
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