Constitutional Reform: Another Tory Job for the Boys

Len McClusky attacked the ‘posh boys’ deciding the country’s future in a country house today and it turns out he wasn’t far off. ConservativeHome have the list of the Chequers constitutional lunch:

Guto Bebb
Nigel Evans
Dominic Grieve
Mark Hoban
Bernard Jenkin
Andrew Jones
Marcus Jones
Andrew Lansley
Peter Lilley
Bob Neill
John Redwood
John Stevenson
James Wharton
Heather Wheeler
Lord Strathclyde

Just one woman invited?

UPDATE: A Downing Street source points out that Mary Macleod and Margot James were also at the summit.




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