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I think that the hon. Member knows what “in due course” means, and, if he does not, he will have to work it out.
It is very kind of the hon.
In light of the resignation of the Independent Adviser, Lord Geidt, on 15 June 2022, and the issues raised both by Lord Geidt and the Pub
The timing of the independent Inquiry is a matter for Sir Brian Langstaff, the Chair of the Inquiry.
The Government is committed to driving progress on our anti-corruption strategy, as well as stepping up efforts to tackle corruption both
I am afraid that we will have to wait and see. May I take this opportunity to refer to an earlier question?
I think we can do without the literary references, but what I will say is that the letter does exist.
They have not always done so, and I gave examples last week in the Opposition day debate of cases where Labour Prime Ministers did not ta
It is kind of the right hon. Lady to ask that question. I think the Prime Minister has a lot of good luck in winning elections.
I think all our independent advisers since 2006 have been independent of politics.