Nick Herbert

Ofcom is to probe whether the BBC breached broadcasting standards after a Conservative MP used the word 'fuckwit' during
A Tory MP has defended his use of the word “fu*kwit” on BBC2’s Daily Politics show, saying he used the term "disapprovingly
On Thursday, former Conservative police minister Nick Herbert said the word "fuckwit" live on BBC Two's Daily Politics programme
Chris Huhne's early release from prison undermined confidence in the British justice system, David Cameron's former police
Fracking is causing anxiety in Tory strongholds in the South of England, a senior MP has warned. Nick Herbert said there
The government has heeded warnings that its gay marriage Bill would have been at risk if it stuck to plans to make members
Gay marriage advocates have warned that the same-sex marriage Bill could be put at risk by a late night vote in the House
For some, the objection is to homosexual conduct itself. Today, that is a minority view, and one thankfully in decline. But I believe that many who do not share this view nevertheless have a principled concern that gay marriage would mean re-defining the institution for everyone.
The policing minister has been accused of talking "boring waffle" by BBC Today programme presenter Evan Davis, after Nick
Grant Shapps You'll see this guy on the TV a lot, defending all areas of government policy, not just his housing brief. A
Criminals could be dealt with in days or even hours under government plans to bring in "swift and sure justice", ministers
Conservative home office minister Nick Herbert has hit back at defence secretary Philip Hammond's claim that plans to introduce
More than 20,000 off-duty police officers took to the streets on Thursday as they warned that Government cuts are putting
Hundreds of dangerous criminals on the run will be named under plans being considered by the government. A list of offenders
Labour has accused the coalition of overseeing a "shocking" 5,000 cut in police dealing with 999 emergencies. Figures released
Pc David Rathband's twin said it was "time to take my brother home" at the end of a moving cathedral service for the officer
Hundreds of people have gathered to honour the life of blinded Pc David Rathband at a cathedral service. Among the mourners
A home office website detailing crime hotspots around the country will now show incidents in public places such as nightclubs
Political parties need to act urgently to ensure high-calibre candidates stand for election as police and crime commissioners