October 22nd, 2012

Full Runners and Riders for All Tory Select Committee Elections

And here is who is running in the contested elections:

Elections will take place on WEDNESDAY 24TH OCTOBER IN COMMITTEE ROOM 14 between 1 p.m. and 3 p.m.

Business, Innovation and Skills Committee (2-vacancies)
Nominations: Caroline Dinenage, Jonathan Djanogly, Richard Fuller, Anne Marie Morris,Robin Walker
and Mike Weatherley

Culture Media and Sport Committee (3-vacancies)
Nominations: Andrew Bingham, Angie Bray, Conor Burns, Alun Cairns, Tracey Crouch, Jason McCartney,
David Morris, Caroline Nokes, Mike Weatherley

Defence Committee (1-vacancy)
Nominations: Crispin Blunt, James Gray, Adam Holloway

Energy and Climate Change Committee (1-vacancy)
Nominations: Peter Lilley, David Morris

Environment Food and Rural Affairs Committee (1-vacancy)
Nominations: Simon Hart, Sheryll Murray, Mark Spencer

International Development Committee (2-vacancies)
Nominations: Fiona Bruce, Matthew Offord, Mark Pritchard

Procedure Committee (one vacancy)
Nominations: Jonathan Lord, Martin Vickers

Transport Committee (2-vacancies)
Nominations: Gareth Johnson, Karen Lumley, Karl McCartney

Treasury Select Committee (1-vacancy)
Nominations: Steve Baker, Brooks Newmark, Dominic Raab

Ministers should not participate but PPSs can.

Graham Brady MP


20 Comments

  1. 1
    Kebab Time says:

    oh yeah – bring it on

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    • 2
      Plato says:

      Who says we’d prefer Totty stories?

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    • 9
      nickleaton says:

      I wouldn’t trust Steve Baker.

      When asked about how much debt the government has, particularly for pensions, his attitude is interesting.

      Not a peep about the debt. However, he will expend lots of time investigating electoral rolls. ie. He won’t answer the public on state fraud, and I bet he won’t even answer a constituent either.

      So if you’re a constituent, ask him how much the state owes for the state pension.

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      • 15
        Libertarian supporter says:

        This appars to be illiterate. Baker is one of the two or three most fanatically anti-debt, anti-deficit, anti-taxation MPs in Parliament.

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      • 20
        Lobby-lobber! says:

        Have you been sniffing glue – Steve Baker is one of the few who actually understands the issue, and is fanatically anti-debt. Ever read any of his writing on the subject.

        The other guy who understands the issues is Brooks Newmark.

        Both are bright!

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  2. 3

    One could say that Peter Lilley was evergreen…

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  3. 4
    you gotta larf says:

    you gotta larf

    there’s Dave on the news telling about his latest plans for law ‘n order when only last week he was having a bit of bother with his chief whip and the police – what an absolute wanker

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  4. 5
    you gotta larf says:

    oh by the way

    how many of the above are millionaires and how many of them have had a proper job before and how many of them are in trouble over their expenses – we know they are all twats, taken for granted

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    • 13
      Riesler says:

      Adam Holloway for Defence has had a proper job (Army) and is a good MP for his constituency. Took a stand against a whip on the EU so probably stands no chance. Shame…

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    • 14
      Libertarian supporter says:

      Steve Baker was a Squadron Leader, a software engineer and a director of various start-ups. He’s earned all his own money, isn’t a millionaire and wasn’t in Parliament when the expenses scanal hit. You’re more of a twat than he is.

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  5. 7
    Zzzzzz says:

    Is anyone interested?

    Thought not.

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  6. 11
    Anonymous says:

    More aspirers to the CM&S Committee than any of the other committees;must be the lure of free tickets that attracts them.

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  7. 12
    John Page says:

    I wish David Morris would give Peter Lilley a clear run on the Climate Change committee.

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  8. 16
    Fred Bloggs says:

    Environment Food and Rural Affairs – Simon Hart, the Countryside Alliance placeman for foxhunting and badger culling. ‘Tally-ho’.

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  9. 17
    Prince (Freeloader) Harry says:

    Who are these people?

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You were no firebrand, you were a damp squib in my opinion, sorry.

You need a damned good kick up the ahse!


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