By Paul Goodman
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For statutory regulation
Sir Edward Garnier
Against statutory regulation
This is, as the headline says, a snapshot. It doesn't deal with speeches that didn't touch on the regulation debate; nor does it count interventions, and by its nature it compresses a good deal. For example, Mr Collins, like some other speakers, was against statutory regulation by OFCOM. And Sir Edward rejected the very term "statutory regulation", preferring "statutory underpinning".
8.30am Update: Ms Coffey has pointed out the thrust of Mr Collins's speech was against statutory regulation, and I have made the necessary change. Quentin Letts describes her in his sketch today as a "very great lady".
Tuesday, December 04, 2012 in Angie Bray MP, Caroline Dinenage MP, Damian Collins MP, George Eustice MP, Jacob Rees-Mogg MP, John Whittingdale MP, Kris Hopkins MP, Peter Lilley MP, Richard Drax MP, Robert Buckland MP, Sir Edward Garnier MP, Thérèse Coffey MP, Zac Goldsmith MP | Permalink | Comments
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