TROUBLE ahead. The Tory MP [...]

Andrew Pierce
October 2012
Daily Mail;10/29/2012, p18
TROUBLE ahead. The Tory MP Nick de Bois, on reports that the Government is going to cave into the EU after all and grant some prisoners the vote, tweets: 'Sitting working with five other Conservative MPs. If reports of prisoner voting rights are accurate then that's six Tory MPs who won't vote for it.' And the rest.


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