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Timing of measure "would be detrimental to the efficient conduct and continuity of business", David Sterling warns
Instead of invoking the Civil Contingencies Act when the pandemic broke out, the government drafted its own coronavirus bill. Could it be because of the CCA's emphasis on scrutiny?
“At this difficult time, it is of crucial importance that parliament is able to hold government to account," Jenkin says
After a decade at the helm of the Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee, Sir Bernard Jenkin is moving on. He tells Beckie Smith about the highlights, lessons and bitter battles
New deputy national security adviser Alex Ellis sets out government’s plans for landmark review broadsided by coronavirus
MPs reject offer of private briefings and call on home secretary and new perm sec to appear at virtual evidence session
Boris Johnson had been working to a "stripped-back diary" after contracting Covid-19