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Tory Planted Questions and Interventions Crib Sheet

Tory Planted Questions and Interventions Crib Sheet

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Interventions
 Referral to Sir Alex Allan 1. Does my Honourable Friend agree with me that given the fact that Sir Alex Allan hassaid himself that he ‘couldn’t usefully add to the facts of the case’ then the such a referralwould be pointless? 2. Does my Honourable Friend agree with me that as no evidence has come to lightsuggesting the Culture Secretary broke the Ministerial Code, there is absolutely norequirement to refer the matter to the Independent Adviser? 3. Can my Honourable Friend confirm that he will refer the Culture Secretary to theAdviser for Ministers’ Interests if any evidence whatsoever of wrongdoing comes to light? 4. Does my Honourable Friend agree with me that the Leveson Inquiry, which scrutinisedthe Culture Secretary’s actions under oath and was able to gather evidence, was the best wayto comprehensively investigate these allegations? 5. Following the McBride smear scandal, Labour’s former Health Secretary (AlanJohnson) said that the Member for Kirkcaldy and Cowdenbeath ‘can’t be responsible for theactions the initiatives, of every individual that works in No. 10’. Can my Honourable Friendexplain why Labour now think that Ministers should be wholly responsible for the content of every text message their special advisers send? 6. Could my Honourable Friend remind the House whether his predecessor, the Member for Kirkcaldy and Cowdenbeath, in the wake of Damian McBride resignation, made areference to the Adviser on the Ministerial Code? 7. Could my Honourable Friend remind the House whether his predecessor, the Member for Kirkcaldy and Cowdenbeath, in the wake of Charlie Whelan’s resignation, made areference to the Adviser on the Ministerial Code? 8. Does my Honourable Friend agree with me that if it is accepted that the CultureSecretary acted properly and transparently at all times by consulting with independentregulators, even when it wasn’t necessary, then there can be absolutely no reason to suggesthe should be referred to the Independent Adviser for Ministers’ Interests? Properness of the BSkyB bid process 9. Does my Honourable Friend agree with me and the DCMS Permanent Secretary thatthe Culture Secretary gave himself ‘vanishingly small wriggle room’ over the bid, and that hetherefore acted with complete propriety? 10. Fred Michel has stated that ‘throughout the bid process, I met senior teams from all political parties on a regular basis to update them, ask their advice or share views on the

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Don't believe all that 'Honourable Geez' stuff as they are all rather on the Dishonourable side of the fence!

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