Commenting on the House of Commons Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee’s report on football governance, Co-Chair of the Liberal Democrat Parliamentary Party Committee on Media, Olympics, Culture and Sport, Don Foster, said:
The government Advocate for Access to Education has published today his final report to the Prime Minister and Deputy Prime Minister. The report makes over thirty recommendations to increase participation in higher education.
The Government spent nearly £38m on advertising in News International titles between 2005 and 2010, a Parliamentary answer to Co-chair of the Liberal Democrat Parliamentary Treasury Committee, Stephen Williams, has revealed.
Commenting on today’s announcement of the Coalition’s plan for Local Government Finances, which includes the re-localisation of business rates and the introduction of Tax Increment Financing (TIF), Liberal Democrat Communities Minister, Andrew Stunell said:
Commenting on the announcement that Rebekah Brooks has resigned as Chief Executive of News International, Co-Chair of the Liberal Democrat Culture, Media, Olympics and Sport Parliamentary Party Committee, Don Foster said:
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