Jesse Norman

Jesse Norman said the Conservatives have "a large majority but no long-term plan" as he calls on PM to go.
The prime minister is on the verge of being ousted after the number of letters calling on him to go reaches the 54 threshold.
Ex-Treasury minister Jesse Norman says current arguments against one-off levy on energy firms are "very weak".
Minister apologises after Olympic cyclist Chris Boardman led backlash.
The government wants to keep port traffic moving in face of 'serious disruption'.
As a new revolution accelerates, we can be confident that if we follow the lessons of history and have the support of government, Britain has the entrepreneurial spirit and talent to master the Fourth Industrial Revolution in the same way we mastered the first.
Others felt that his blaming of the media was no excuse. The Times' front page Paula Radcliffe on Sky News on Wednesday When
Downing Street has confirmed that Conservative MP, Jesse Norman, will leave its policy board after abstaining in last week's vote on Syria. The decision to fire the influential Tory is being attributed to the necessity of retaining party discipline and highlighting the fact that three-line whips are to be treated with the utmost respect. However, this sudden dismissal begs many questions...
The first meeting of David Cameron's parliamentary advisory board in Number 10 What, I wonder, is his remit as part of this
David Cameron has said his inner-circle is made up of people with "all sorts of different schooling", after being accused