Any questions for the coalition please ask here..
Positions below for clarity (will update)..
Prime Minister, First Lord of the Treasury and Minister for the Civil Service: Rakas21
Deputy Prime Minister, Lord President of the Council, Lord Keeper of the Privy Seal, First Secretary of State, Leader of the House of Commons: toronto353
Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: toronto353
Chancellor of the Exchequer and Chief Whip: Jarred
Secretary of State for the Home Department and Paymaster-General: Ham and Cheese
Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain and Secretary of State for Justice: Life_peer
Secretary of State for Business, Innovation, work and pensions: Conservatives
Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government: Lipvig
Secretary of State for Constitutional Reform: Matthew_Lowson
Secretary of State for Defence: tufc
Secretary of State for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs: tehFrance
Secretary of State for Education and Higher Education: Bun
Secretary of State for Health: Moleman1996
Secretary of State for International Trade and Development: Aj12
Secretary of State for Transport: Internet Guru
Secretary of State for Women and Equality: JPKC
Minister for Energy and Climate Change: Teaddict
Minister for Sports and the Olympics: Conservatives
Minister for the Media: Conservatives
Last edited by Rakas21; 08-04-2012 at 23:41.
I have a few questions
1) whats the seceratary of state for defence going to do with regards to scrapping trident does he intend to scrap it this term therefore saving billions of money in the process
2)what does the secretary of state for defence going to do with army personal equipement does he agree with me that our brave army personal should have the required kit that is fit for purpose
I have may questions that this coalition government needs to answer this term.I expect that the coalition government will make good on its manifesto promises.
Last edited by wizardtop; 07-04-2012 at 22:59.
So you've already gone back on yourself, stating that you would stop
all state transport areas to now everything but roads, just to be clear?
(Original post by internetguru)
The only transport related public spending should be roads. We should not be spending money on railway lines. All public transport that is not yet privatised should be.
And secondly, that is not reasoning. You originally stated you will privatise all state transport (which I see unlikely as the majority of the house will probably disapprove), and now you have stated that you should privatise state transport. That is not reasoning. I want to know why you want to privatise state transport.
Last edited by DebatingGreg; 07-04-2012 at 23:09.