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13 posts categorized "Michael Fallon MP"

April 29, 2012

Michael Fallon MP tells Channel 4 News that we don't need another inquiry into Jeremy Hunt

March 26, 2012

Michael Fallon: "We had the trade unions directly controlling the last Labour government"

Michael Fallon MP insists donors get no policy favours in return for their money

"Send for Fallon" is the cry from the belly of 10 Downing Street whenever there's trouble to shoot. The interview with Mr Fallon, Deputy Tory Chairman, begins at just after four minutes.

February 19, 2012

Michael Fallon MP says Labour's VAT plan would increase interest rates and endanger Britain's triple A status

February 12, 2012

Noone understands the NHS better than Cameron and Lansley, says Michael Fallon

May 21, 2011

WATCH: Michael Fallon says there is "unease" about Lib Dems opposing a health policy they voted for

March 01, 2011

Michael Fallon backs the idea of making political donations eligible for Gift Aid in a BBC report on party funding

December 21, 2010

George Osborne tells Commons that Coalition policies have stabilised UK in a very unstable European continent

September 27, 2010

Michael Fallon challenges new Labour leader Ed Miliband on the deficit

September 11, 2010

Listen again to Tories who appeared on the Today Programme this week

ConservativeHome's new regular selection of recent Tory appearances on Radio 4's Today programme.

Tories on Today logoMonday 6th September - Immigration minister Damian Green discussed immigration policy in respect of the number of student visa being issued.

Tuesday 7th September - Michael Fallon from the Treasury Select Committee analysed the faults with the PAYE system

Thursday 9th September - Science minister David Willetts discussed the Government's approach to the funding of science

Friday 10th September

  • Former Home Secretary Lord Howard discussed the pilot scheme to cut reoffending with payment by results.
  • Treasury select committee member Michael Fallon debates the issue of further welfare cuts.
  • Former leader of Huntingdon Council, Derek Holley, responds to the news that Huntigndon MP Jonathan Djanogly had private detectives investigate what local party members were saying about him.

Saturday 11th September

  • Ian Liddell-Grainger, chairman of the parliamentary taxation group, spoke about the need to reform PAYE.
  • Totnes MP Dr Sarah Wollaston discussed the effect of the European Working Time Directive in doctors.


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