PMQs - tug and lifeboat crews praised

Having read about the heroism and courage of the crews of the Poole-based tug Kingston and the lifeboats from Swanage and Weymouth, I was keen for others to hear about their amazing efforts. Leaping up and down at PMQs today, I was rewarded when the Speaker called me right at the end.

Speech - PM's Florence speech

It’s good to be here in this great city of Florence today at a critical time in the evolution of the relationship between the United Kingdom and the European Union.

Speech - farewell to SAR helicopter

There can be no job more honourable than the one dedicated to saving life.

Since 1995 … aircrews and aircraft have taken off from this base on nearly 4,200 occasions.

Speech - police grant

Before I start—and I shall not speak for long—it would be negligent of me not to thank the chief constable of Dorset, Debbie Simpson, and our police and crime commissioner, Martyn Underhill, the 1,200 brave officers who serve us and the 1,000-odd staff who support them so admirably across Dorset.

PM speech on leaving the EU

Speech by Prime Minister Rt Hon Theresa May MP, Lancaster House, 17th January 2017

A little over six months ago, the British people voted for change.

They voted to shape a brighter future for our country.

They voted to leave the European Union and embrace the world.

Speech - made by Rt Hon Boris Johnson PC MP at Chatham House

THERE is a sense in which the British cemetery in Kabul is a monument to the human spirit.

A triumph of hope over experience and as I stood there last Saturday on a chilly and foggy morning I felt the eerie pathos of the place.