You can read Michael's latest speeches and appearances in Parliament below:
The appointment of Ministers is ultimately a matter for the Prime Minister and I am certainly not going to comment on that.
As I have said, as was set out in the Conservative party manifesto, the Government recognise the need to reduce the size of the House of
As I have already said, the Government recognise the need to reduce the size of the House of Lords, but comprehensive reform is not consi
I had noticed that brass neck, and I congratulate my hon. Friend on making that point.
There is a public demand for value for money and to reduce the cost of politics.
We have a process whereby we accept that the size of the House of Lords needs to be looked at, but there are priorities, and that is not
The Government have decided that it is not a priority for this Parliament to address that issue.
I am being generous in giving way, but I will give way.
I had concluded, but out of generosity, perhaps you will accept it if I give way on this occasion.
Tony Blair created far more peers than David Cameron.