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Cabinet Office: Press Conference Rehearsal: Consequences for Staff (13 Jan 2022)

Andrew Gwynne: ...knowingly breached the rules that he himself set for the country. He broke the law, and over recent weeks he has told the House things that turned out not to be true, breaking the ministerial code. Allegra Stratton paid the price for joking about parties at Downing Street—parties that the Prime Minister attended. Why is it always the little people who get the chop to save this unsaveable...

Prime Minister: Engagements (12 Jan 2022)

Edward Davey: ...Prime Minister’s Government, this has been a shameful attempt to apologise to the House today. Can the Prime Minister explain why the only person to have resigned so far following this scandal is Allegra Stratton, a woman, while he, the man who sanctioned and attended at least one party in 10 Downing Street, still sits in his place? Advisers advise and Ministers decide. So will the Prime...

Business of the House (9 Dec 2021)

Jacob Rees-Mogg: about what the Government are doing so well and are so committed to doing. The hon. Lady asked a whole string of questions about what went on in Downing Street. I would like to pay tribute to Allegra Stratton, a very distinguished figure and a very capable journalist, who decided to resign yesterday. That does not undermine, as I heard the hon. Member for Huddersfield (Mr Sheerman)...

Downing Street Christmas Parties Investigation (9 Dec 2021)

Fleur Anderson: ...…But I have asked the Cabinet Secretary to establish all the facts.”—[Official Report, 8 December 2021; Vol. 705, c. 372.] Who gave these repeated assurances? If there was no party, why did Allegra Stratton feel the need to resign? Is she taking the fall instead of Government Ministers? If this investigation finds that the Prime Minister has misled the House, will he resign? I look...

Covid-19 Update (8 Dec 2021)

Wes Streeting: ...what makes the laughter so stomach-turning; it feels as if they are laughing at us. The question we all need to ask this evening, especially in light of the statement made earlier this afternoon by Allegra Stratton, who has done the right thing, shown she has understood the anger and taken responsibility for what she did, is why it is so difficult for this Prime Minister to own up, take...

Environment Bill - Report (2nd Day): Amendment 11 (8 Sep 2021)

Baroness Brown of Cambridge: ..., contrasted with the success and focus of the Climate Change Act. They highlighted human behaviour; a statutory duty in five years’ time will get more focus than one in 20 years’ time—or, as Allegra Stratton, the No. 10 climate spokesperson, has said, 2050 is “too far away”, “we have to feel the … urgency of now.” They stressed the need for urgent action. Nature takes time...

Business of the House (22 Apr 2021)

Jacob Rees-Mogg: ...of his own money—that he put towards ventilators. That is a proper patriotic gesture by a man I hold in the highest esteem and we should praise. As we are praising people, let us also praise Allegra Stratton, who has made a marvellous contribution to the Government and will do so for COP—the conference of the parties—as well. In her various roles, she has succeeded in holding...

Fire Safety Bill: After Clause 2 - Risk based guidance about the discharge of duties under the Fire Safety Order (24 Feb 2021)

Sarah Jones: ...many times—where the residents have already spent £500,000 on a waking watch. It is quite extraordinary. I was alarmed to see reports this afternoon that the Prime Minister’s press secretary, Allegra Stratton, has said: “Our problem with McPartland’s amendment is that, far from speeding things up for constituents across the country who are worried about finding themselves in these...

Business of the House (14 Jan 2021)

Peter Bone: she strides to the podium, announces the President’s policy and answers questions. Apparently there is now a television studio built in Downing Street, and we are going to have our own C. J.: Allegra Stratton. However, we have a very different system of government. Ministers are supposed to come to the Dispatch Box to announce new policy first in the House of Commons and answer...

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