Dodgy Robert Jenrick spent millions of public money on Tory marginals in run-up to General Election against civil servants’ advice https://t.co/GZBRweHb9L— Steve Reed (@SteveReedMP) September 24, 2020
Isn’t this a form of corruption? A breach of the Ministerial code?— Anna Soubry (@Anna_Soubry) September 24, 2020
Robert Jenrick continues to exhibit his sense of entitlement.
But good luck to #Stapleford because it does need investment & a plan especially to harness all the benefits of #HS2 at Toton Sidings pic.twitter.com/EPmwMEWgSD
Here’s the video in which Robert Jenrick promises the entire fund (£25 million) to #Stapleford !— Anna Soubry (@Anna_Soubry) September 24, 2020
Thanks @CllrRichMacRae for the vid @tonyroe @estwebber https://t.co/A6pjiwsXAO pic.twitter.com/0lEOlXV9Lq
"Mr Jenrick and Jake Berry, a junior housing minister, chose 61 of the 101 towns."— Andy Bruce (@BruceReuters) September 24, 2020
"Analysis by The Times found that 60 of the areas they selected were in Conservative-held seats or Tory targets. Mr Jenrick also chose his own seat."
Sixty out of 61. https://t.co/ABW8nKGmBT
It is unacceptable that thousands of people are trapped in potentially unsafe buildings, unable to sell their home because they can't get an EWS1 form confirming their block is safe. @SadiqKhan has written to Robert Jenrick setting out the action he should take to solve this. https://t.co/jP06hFPrRv— Tom Copley (@tomcopley) September 22, 2020
At the outbreak of the pandemic, Robert Jenrick promised ‘no renter who has lost income due to #coronavirus will be forced out of their home’.— Bell Ribeiro-Addy MP (@BellRibeiroAddy) September 20, 2020
With virus cases rising again, furlough ending and the expiry of the eviction ban, it’s clear this was another empty Government promise.
EXCLUSIVE Statues with slavery links could be protected in major overhaul of the listing rules ordered by Oliver Dowden and Robert Jenrick https://t.co/YIzBADGYdK— Christopher Hope📝 (@christopherhope) September 20, 2020