St Albans Council applied yesterday for Judicial Review of the Government’s decision not to reopen the inquiry into the Radlett freight exchange, further extending the paralysis of the forthcoming appeal into SIFE and raising the spectre of a “conjoined” inquiry laying bare the true support or indifference to SIFE in the parish.
Tory tabloids and broadsheets have dismissed Colnbrook MP Adam Afriyie’s apparent attempted putsch. According to the Telegraph: “Timing was off on two grounds. He was several years of solid toil short of the status and name recognition to challenge for the premiership of Camberwick Green, let alone Britain.”
St Albans MP hits out at Coalition’s use of “flatlining economy” to justify Radlett decision in Parliament
St Albans MP Anne Main took the opportunity to blast the “minded to grant” decision on the Radlett Aerodrome site in a debate in Parliament on Tuesday, accusing her own party of jettisoning principles in favour of a “flatlining economy”.
Local MP Adam Afriyie has been named as a potential challenger to Prime Minister David Cameron. MPs identified Afriyie following rumours sweeping Westminster that 55 Tory MPs plan to demand a leadership contest if Mr Cameron continues to trail Labour’s Ed Miliband in the polls.
Slough MP has complained that draft proposals from the Boundary Commission that include moving Colnbrook with Poyle from Adam Afriye’s Windsor constituency to a new cross-county constituency are “disrespectful” to Slough.