John Penrose, the Cabinet Office minister in charge of shepherding the Chilcot Report through to publication, has reassured MPs that nothing within it would be censored to save ministers or officials from embarrassment...
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Economist: Nothing will be censored to save ministers or officials from embarrassment - says Minister
John says that security checks on the Iraq War inquiry will take two weeks to complete and will lead to the document's publication in June or July.
John asks if proposals for handing powers back to local Councils around Bristol may be a step too far for the usually positive application of devolution. Many will remember the times of Avon, when Weston and the villages were starved of cash, overshadowed by Bristol which grabbed everything...
Launched in 2009, the investigation into events leading up to the Iraq war finished taking evidence in 2011 and has been beset by countless delays. John has said he wants the vetting of the report to take no longer than 2 weeks and that the vetting cannot be used to censor material which does not need to be secret.
John Penrose answers questions about the Chilcot Report...
John has been asked whether the Government is educating young people across the United Kingdom about their right to vote...
Weston's MP responds to the Bristol Evening Post with details on how to make sure your local MP doesn't have any conflict of interests or double standards...
John Penrose has met with Maria Elena Boschi, the Italian Minister for Constitutional Reforms, in London to discuss making their respective democracies stronger.
The Weston Mercury has asked readers where they think new homes in North Somerset should be built. The results for John's constituency show that residents agree with his national suggestions of building 'up, not out'.
The EU deal negotiated by David Cameron is a good deal which recognises Britain's unique circumstances and separates us from the drive towards a superstate.
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