Archive: Ministerial Behaviour

Lawswill be suspended for seven days from the Commons

Laws apologises following expenses judgement

David Laws was forced to apologise after the standards commissioner suspended him from the Commons for seven days.


    Video: David Laws resignation

    David Laws quits as chief secretary to the Treasury after agreeing to repay tens of thousands of pounds in expenses.

  • Cabinet ministers collectively worth over £60 million - report

    Cameron's 'millionaire Cabinet'

    All but six of David Cameron's 29 Cabinet ministers have assets and investments believed to be worth over £1 million, a newspaper has claimed.



    When the expenses scandal first broke, policy proposals exploded from every quarter, as all three party leaders desperately tried to appear ahead of the pack during a period of unprecedented drama in Westminster.

  • 'Government of all the talents' has seen ten non-political ministers enter Whitehall

    Brown's Goats leave MPs gruff

    A parliamentary committee led by the man behind reforms to the Commons has called into question Gordon Brown's 'government of all the talents'.

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