Tory polling failure: Blame ‘the captain of the ship’, says former MP Dorries
Earlier we spoke to her and began by asking what proof she had that Rishi Sunak was at the heart of it all.
‘The status quo doesn’t work’ – Wes Streeting MP on child poverty, coming out and reforming the NHS
Wes Streeting MP joins Krishnan Guru-Murthy to talk about his journey from a Stepney council estate to the Labour frontbench in Westminster, his optimism that poverty is a trap we can escape and his vision for an NHS ‘fit for the future’ on the eve of the 2024 UK general election, on this week’s Ways to Change the World podcast.
Conservative MP Nadine Dorries: women coming forward are ‘brave pioneers for the future’
We spoke to Nadine Dorries MP, Conservative: Mid Bedfordshire, about the new abuse allegations.
FactCheck Q&A: Will we miss Nadine Dorries?
In 2007 she was drafted on to the select committee for innovation, universities, science and skills, but only managed to make one meeting out of 50. In 2009 it was science and technology, and Ms Dorries failed to get to any of the committee’s 20 scheduled meetings.
FactCheck: Nadine Dorries steps up abortion row
Nadine Dorries’ latest charge is that the British Pregnancy Advisory Service’s (Bpas) central London clinic only has an hour a week that it dedicates to counselling sessions. And if you can’t make that session at London’s “largest” Bpas clinic, or if it’s booked, you’ll be unceremoniously packed off to their Richmond clinic. Is she right? FactCheck investigates.
FactCheck: Cutting through the rhetoric on abortion
Tory MP Nadine Dorries is leading a campaign to stop two charities from counselling women considering an abortion. Has she got her facts straight?