A Quiet Word:
Lobbying, Crony Capitalism
and Broken Politics in Britain

The Office of the Leader of the House of Commons (OLHC) is a United Kingdom government department. This relatively recently created office provides support for the Leader of the House of Commons in his or her duties to the House which includes planning and supervising the governments legislative programme, as well as the Queen's Speech. They also maintain the interests of back benchers. The office is part of the Cabinet Office. [1]
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Chloe Smith MP
Assistant Whip, Office of the Leader of the House of Commons [0]

The Rt Hon George Young MP
Leader of the House of Commons, Office of the Leader of the House of Commons [0]
Lord Privy Seal, Office of the Leader of the House of Commons [0]

The Rt Hon Mark Francois MP
Government Whip (Commons), Office of the Leader of the House of Commons [0]

The Rt Hon Patrick McLoughlin MP
Chief Whip, Office of the Leader of the House of Commons [0]
Minister, Office of the Leader of the House of Commons [0]
Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasury, Office of the Leader of the House of Commons [0]

Philip Dunne MP
Assistant Government Whip (Commons), Office of the Leader of the House of Commons [0]

Robert Goodwill MP
Assistant Whip, Office of the Leader of the House of Commons [0]

October 2010

OLHC met Kapsch to discuss road pricing technology briefly as former shadow roads Minister.

September 2010

OLHC met Better Government Initiative for discussion and dinner on Parliamentary Reform and a forthcoming conference.

OLHC met Betfair to discuss Horserace Betting Levy.

OLHC met British Horseracing Association to discuss Levy impact on local racecourse.

OLHC met VocaLink to discuss PAYE Consultation.

July 2010

OLHC met Retail Filling Station Trade Associations for discussion on business rates on 20 July 2010.

OLHC met Community Self Build Agency for discussion on homes for ex- servicemen.

OLHC met Campaign to Protect Rural England for discussion on policy on housebuilding/planning.

June 2010

OLHC met Communications Strategy and Management Limited for general catch-up.

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