Labour MP David Lammy has fallen foul of the rules banning automated phone calls unless the recipients have previously given permission for such automated contacts. … Read the full post »
Read my posts featuring the Labour MP for Tottenham, David Lammy.
The Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards is investigating Labour MP David Lammy over allegations that he broke the rules over Parliamentary correspondence in order to help Labour’s campaign in Hornsey & Wood Green. … Read the full post »
There’s one little oddity about this. The leaflet went out in his own constituency yet Lammy is disclaiming all responsibility for… … Read the full post »
From Andrew Pierce’s column: As frontrunner to be Labour’s candidate in the next London Mayoral elections, David Lammy is anxious to burnish his man-of-the-people credentials. But is he going about it the right way? The MP for Tottenham, one of the most deprived constituencies in the country, has written to his voters: ‘Due to the … Read the full post »
There’s been a very curious tweet from Tottenham Labour MP David Lammy today. … Read the full post »
Some MPs rightly get annoyed when the press and public talk about Parliamentary recess being “holiday” for they continue to work hard in their constituencies during recess. Labour’s MP for Tottenham David Lammy (aka the man who got away over his expenses thanks to his second home claims coming out before the media got interested … Read the full post »
“I work in the next-door building to David Lammy…” … Read the full post »
This story comes to us from the London Borough of Haringey, featuring David Lammy and Lynne Featherstone. … Read the full post »
Although Labour, with Conservative support, managed to ram through the Digital Economy Bill, that’s not quite the end of the matter as far as votes in Parliament are concerned.
That’s because one concession the Liberal Democrats did manage to extract was the provision that no ‘technical measures’ (i.e. cutting off people’s internet connections) can be introduced … Read the full post »
Rapid criticism of Public Accounts Committee reports from Quentin Davies (defence minister) and David Lammy (higher education minister) have resulted in… … Read the full post »