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Spotlight on Michael Gove over claim the Queen told Nick Clegg her views on EU
The Queen was last night at the centre of an extraordinary row over claims that she privately expressed Eurosceptic views. Buckingham Palace was furious that the monarch had been dragged into the increasingly bitter EU referendum debate. Whitehall ...
Buckingham Palace makes official complaint as Queen is drawn into The Sun's
Labour MP Wes Streeting has written to Whitehall's top civil servant, Cabinet Secretary Sir Jeremy Heywood, to demand an investigation into whether the Queen's supposed comments were leaked by members of the Government attending Privy Council.
Ministers face defeat on Sunday trading after 'hypocritical' SNP torpedo plans
A Government source said it was 'extraordinary' that a party which campaigned for devolution from Whitehall was now opposing passing more powers to local councils.
Ed Davey now works for MHP Communications
It prompted concern about the revolving door between parliament and big business. Former ministers must apply to a Whitehall body, the Advisory Committee on Business Appointments (ACOBA), which signs off new jobs for two years after they leave office.
Hearing on W train to be held in April in NYC
As part of phase one of the Second Avenue subway, the agency is mulling running the W on the existing Q subway service in Astoria, and go local until Whitehall Street.

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