Tracey Crouch

Tom Watson says plans do not go far enough.
Labour has dismissed the government’s plan to cut the maximum stake on fixed-odds betting terminals from £100 to between
The five things you need to know on Tuesday, October 25… 1) USING THE B-DAY It’s airport expansion D-Day. The Cabinet sub
David Cameron ditched previous review, Labour wants curb on high street 'blight'
Betting machines likened to the “crack cocaine of gambling” face being hamstrung as the Government announced a long-awaited
'The only thing that is accurate in this article is my name and title.'
The Sun on Sunday has admitted its story claiming a Tory minister intervened to get disgraced England manager Sam Allardyce
A government minister has employed the most reasonable excuse yet to avoid questions on her opinion of Britain's membership
Tracey Crouch has given birth to her first child. The Sports Minister and Chatham MP announced the news on Twitter, revealing
You might have missed it, but this week the Sports Minister, Tracey Crouch, published a strategy for sport on behalf of the Government. That's right - up to now they hadn't got one. But unlike many of her predecessors before last May, Tracey is a sharp cookie and thought it might be a good idea to have one.
A Conservative minister has been forced to apologise after saying hard-up families have to "go without" satellite television
Tracey Crouch has opened up about how practising mindfulness has helped her cope with high levels of anxiety and depression
Sports Minister Tracey Crouch is pregnant, The Huffington Post UK has learned. The 40-year-old MP, who was promoted to the
Britain’s Olympic spirit has been “wasted” by the Government after figures revealed participation in sport has dropped since
Change must happen. I want to see strong action from the FA and UEFA to up the ante on Sepp Blatter and FIFA. My boss the Culture Secretary John Whittingdale said in the House of Commons on Thursday that leaving FIFA would be a "nuclear" option but one that would have to be carefully considered by our footballing authorities if Blatter won. And he is spot on. A UEFA withdrawal from FIFA would certainly damage the World Cup and put real pressure on Sepp Blatter's leadership.
This week heralded an all too familiar event in the UK Parliament - a House of Commons debate on the badger cull. With the second year of culling having very recently completed, politicians and animal lovers alike are eagerly awaiting the news of just how many badgers were killed over the last six weeks in Gloucestershire and Somerset.
The Conservative MP for Chatham and Kent loves her cats Mungo and Basil. In fact, Tracey Crouch loves her cats so much, she
Backbench Tory MPs have expressed despair at the government's decision to drop plans to introduce a minimum price for alcohol
Tory backbenchers have expressed dismay amid suggestions that plans for minimum pricing of alcohol are being dropped. David
Elections to the Tory backbench 1922 Committee are taking place today, with allegations of interference from Downing Street