Thursday, March 01, 2007
The BBC news story about the rebellion over the probation service is here. You should also check out the information on the Revolts website set up by Philip Cowley here. On the issue of parliamentary scrutiny, Jack Straw, Commons Leader, appeared before the House of Commons Procedural Committee and has made some interesting comments reported here, about the volume of MPs' questions and the increasing level of scrutiny being uncertaken by the Commons. All useful stuff in view of tomorrow's test.