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.
I do not accept that characterisation at all.
I recognise that—the Ministerial and Other Salaries Act 1975, I think—but that relates to the maximum, not the minimum.
Tony Blair created far more peers than David Cameron.
I need to make some progress, if I may. Time is moving on, as Mr Speaker said.
It is a pleasure to open for Her Majesty’s Government in this debate, and a particular pleasure to debate with the hon.
I need to make some progress. There are a number of people who wish to speak and I have given way several times.
I think that the hon.
There is a public demand for value for money and to reduce the cost of politics.
I had noticed that brass neck, and I congratulate my hon. Friend on making that point.