You can't say that, I told her – it's too rude PUBLISHED: 00:19 GMT, 9 April 2013 | UPDATED: 07:02 GMT, 9 April 2013 In the twice-weekly battles at Prime Minister’s Questions, NORMAN TEBBIT recalls how no other Opposition leader had ever worked so hard or so purposefully. He realised Margaret Thatcher could absorb facts like a sponge — and could squeeze them out just as easily.
Minister pleads with Treasury to 'get on with' elderly care reform amid calls to cut fuel bill help for 80% of pensioners Care minister Norman Lamb tells MailOnline the issue of how to fund care for ageing population must be removed from the 'long grass Think tank report by ex-minister Paul Burstow calls for 10million pensioners to lose winter fuel allowance to pay for cap on care bills But campaigners say it would penalise those who saved for their old age there were 2.06million people claiming Pension Credit.
Stormin' Norman dies at 78: General Schwarzkopf who led U.S. troops to victory against Saddam in first Gulf War passes away from pneumoniaSchwarzkopf died in Tampa, Florida, where he had retiredWas the most recognizable military commander since Dwight Eisenhower and Douglas MacArthurRetired general kept low profile after leaving military – despite strong popularity after Persian Gulf War | UPDATED: 14:01 GMT, 28 December 2012 Retired General H
Oh, please! Don’t play the victim card, Mr Balls | UPDATED: 07:50 GMT, 7 December 2012 Mr Balls was on BBC radio yesterday morning discussing his terrible performance in the Commons December always brings us pantomime bullies who squeal blue murder and stamp their booties the moment they receive the tiniest come-uppance. Normally it is Cinderella’s ugly sisters or Captain Hook. This year, however, there was no need to go to your local playhouse’s production to witness the spectacle.
Prosecutors missed THREE opportunities to bring Cyril Smith to justice over child abuse claims as police concede MP should have been charged Sir Cyril allegedly sexually and physically abused teenage boys under the guise of medical examinations or punishment for misbehaviourPolice missed three opportunities to charge former Liberal MP, and say he would be prosecuted if accused todayDirector of Public Prosecutions at the time said those who accused Smith were of 'suspect character' Smith was secretary of boys' hostel where he was accused of abusing vulnerable youngsters by spanking and touching them from the 1970s | UPDATED: 10:44 GMT, 28 November 2012 Former Liberal MP Sir Cyril Smith sexually and physically abused young boys in the 1960s, police admitted today Three opportunities to charge Sir Cyril Smith over allegations of physical and sexual abuse of boys were missed by prosecutors, it emerged today. The Director of Public Prosecutions at the time, Sir Norman Skelhorn, dismissed those who accused the former Liberal MP as being of 'suspect character' when he looked at the allegations in 1970.