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Chris Grayling quotes
In essence this is a battle between the unions and the management over whether they will allow new technologies and new ways of working on the railway. It is deeply, deeply unfair on the passengers who are left in the middle of this dispute.
When something goes wrong we need the best possible joined-up approach to sorting out the problem. This is about creating a single, joined-up team made up of members of network rail, members of the train operator.
There will be a full and proper consultation … we will do it in as timely a way as we can.
She'll be mindful of the need to unite the party, and she'll, I think, put together a team that will do the right thing for the country. Not an easy challenge, but that's what you do if you're prime minister and I'm confident that what we'll see over the next 48 hours as she becomes prime minister, and of course you can't have cabinet reshuffles until the new prime minister is indeed prime minister.
His later life was overshadowed by his conviction for homosexual activity, a sentence we would now consider unjust and discriminatory and which has now been repealed.
His brilliance was put into practice at Bletchley Park during the Second World War where he was pivotal to breaking the 'Enigma' code, helping to end the war and save thousands of lives.
There is clearly a cancer at the heart of Gordon Brown's administration in Number 10 that is doing things that all reasonable people would say are totally unacceptable. It is disseminating lies about opposition politicians. Gordon Brown himself has to sort this out and apologise. He has to sort it all out so it can never happen again.
The student visa system is being used by terrorists to try and get people into the country. If it's being abused by terrorists groups around the world then the rules have to be much tighter. The government has been in power for a decade. There have been a number of issues around the student visa system over the years. These have been loopholes by ministers own admissions. They really need now to make sure things are absolutely water tight.
If Mr Blunkett carried on having meetings with them, and his ex-girlfriend says business was discussed at those meetings, Blunkett denies that, but there is a dispute between the two of them over what happened – if this is the case it is a serious offence.
I think there are still big unanswered questions about private meetings between Mr Blunkett and members of the family who control shares in DNA bio science after he returned to government. Let's be clear, the ministerial code is absolutely clear about this: you have to cut your links with business interests.