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UK: Cameron defends decision to suspend Nadine Dorries, Harman was not ‘bullied’ at PMQs today

Nadine Dorries’s stint on I’m a Celebrity could see her away from her constituency and parliamentary duties for up to a month. Photograph: Itv/PA

David Cameron defends decision to suspend Nadine Dorries The Guardian David Cameron has defended the decision of the Conservative party to suspend Nadine Dorries for leaving Westminster to appear on a reality show, insisting it was the “right thing to do”. The prime minister made his comments as it emerged that the Westminster watchdog is to investigate Dorries after a complaint was lodged over her decision to take part in I’m a Celebrity … Get Me Out of Here.

Harriet Harman was not ‘bullied’ at PMQs today
Spectator.co.uk (blog) Cameron and the Tories have a woman problem. A majority of women will vote Labour according to the polls, Tory policies are negatively affecting women more than men and after the reshuffle there are now LESS women in Government and the Cabinet.

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