Cheryl Gillan

Boris Johnson said she would be “sorely missed” and described her as a “great servant”.
MPs, experts and campaigners warn electoral law is "dangerously outdated".
Universal Credit roll-out will add to pressures on staff.
Workers in big government departments cannot cope with the demands being placed on them, union bosses say. Paul O’Connor
New plans to allow voters to 'sack' their MPs have been branded "meaningless" because critics fear the criteria is so tight
Here are the five things you need to know on Tuesday 29 April 2014... 1) DAVE'S EU PLEDGE You'll remember how David Cameron's
The five things you need to know on Sunday 29 September 2013... 1) 'I'M IN THIS TO WIN IT' That's the message from a serious
Being sacked from the cabinet, Cheryl Gillan admits, "hurt". But the former Welsh secretary insists her year on the backbenches
Christina Wilke, HuffPost national reporter, Mehdi Hasan political director HuffPost UK and Mark Goldberg, managing editor