Last quote by David Lidington
The idea that there have been protests from MPs that led to any operational changes is simply not the case. What's happened in the last couple of years is that the security arrangements in New Palace Yard have actually been strengthened. There are armed guards at all times in the secure estate of the Palace of Westminster, it is a matter for the security authorities and in particular for the police and direct command of those officers to decide how they are best deployed.feedback
Mar 26 2017
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Quotes by David Lidington
Dec 07 2016
The vote tonight will be the first opportunity for members of this house to decide whether or not they support the government's timetable on triggering Article 50 by the end of March 2017.feedback
Apr 01 2013
There is a rich electoral history across Europe and we don't want to see this diversity undermined by mandating a one-size-fits-all approach to elections day.feedback
Jan 23 2013
I think, if you look at the prime minister's speech, it was framed very much in terms of common challenges facing Europe. Yes, we'll address the UK's concerns as part of that, but it's very much our belief here in London that there is a common challenge here, and it's in the interests of all the 27, soon to be 28 member states of the European Union that we get that right, that we have a settlement that reflects the diversity of the European Union today, that keeps Europe competitive, and outward-looking, not introverted, and that makes Europe more democratically accountable than it is now.feedback
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