cameron press intrusion

Press intrusion victims say Cameron’s failure to keep promises is betrayal | Media | The Guardian

Gerry and Kate McCann, the parents of a missing child, and Christopher Jefferies, wrongly accused of murder, are among the signatories to the letter reminding Cameron of the promises he made to reach the cross-party… Read More

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Lauded academy chain to be stripped of schools after finances inquiry | Education | The Guardian

The Perry Beeches academy trust is to have its five academies and free schools in Birmingham handed over to a new academy trust following a critical financial investigation.   A report by the Education Funding… Read More

gove at no 10

European court could challenge Cameron’s deal, says Michael Gove | Politics | The Guardian

Gove said: “The facts are that the European court of justice is not bound by this agreement until treaties are changed and we don’t know when that will be. I do think it’s important that… Read More

How council services are affected by spending cuts | Business | The Guardian

Local authorities struggling to cope with the scale of government imposed cuts are braced for further bad news in the form of George Osborne’s spending review.   When #David Cameron demanded to know why his… Read More

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How do you deal with a story like #piggate? A spin doctor’s view | Damian McBride | Comment is free | The Guardian

Working for Gordon Brown, a man of Victorian sensibilities and a volatile temper, the second call was invariably greeted with the single word “What?!” repeated with increasing volume and violence as I recounted the misdeed… Read More

Iraq inquiry: Cameron to demand Chilcot names a publication date | UK news | The Guardian

Exasperated by the repeated delays into the publication of the report, Cameron fears it may not be published until as late as summer next year. The aim is to get a publication timetable from Chilcot… Read More

David Cameron is half right about reforming the House of Lords | Billy Bragg | Comment is free | The Guardian

Cameron, who has already created more peers than any other prime minister since 1958, intends to use his powers of patronage to create electoral parity. However, because members of the House of Lords cannot be… Read More