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Campbell, Sir Alan

Alan Campbell, Labour MP for Tynemouth

Cancer Research

What is cancer? Cancer is any malignant growth or tumour caused by abnormal and uncontrolled cell division. It is widely believed that damaged DNA and genes are the ‘driving force’ behind the development of cancer and they are therefore the focus of cancer research. Unlike in healthy cells, damaged DNA is not capable of repair...

Cancer Treatment

Cancer is any malignant growth or tumour caused by abnormal and uncontrolled cell division.

Cannabis

What is cannabis? Cannabis is a durable hemp plant. The cannabis plant can be used to produce a number of products including seeds, pulp, and medicine. The pulp is used as fuel and to make paper, the seed is used in foods, and the oil from the seed can be used as a base for...

Cannabis – Medicinal Use

What is Cannabis? Cannabis is a durable hemp plant. The cannabis plant can be used to produce a number of products including seeds, pulp, and medicine. The pulp is used as fuel and to make paper, the seed is used in foods, and the oil from the seed can be used as a base for...

Capital Punishment

Capital punishment is the use of the death penalty by the state.

Carbon offsetting

Carbon offsetting aims to achieve an overall net reduction in greenhouse gases. Rather than reducing carbon emissions, individuals and businesses are encouraged to compensate for their emissions to achieve a carbon neutral net result.

Caroline Flint

Caroline Flint, Labour MP for Don Valley

Caroline Spelman

Caroline Spelman, Conservative MP for Meriden

Carrie Symonds – Profile

Overview Carrie Symonds is best known for being Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s current partner and the mother of his young son, Wilfred. However, Symonds has her own storied history in politics, conservatism and conservation. Boris Johnson’s Fiancee Carrie Symonds Johnson and Symonds had known each other quite some time before they became the first unmarried...

Carry-over

As a recent innovation, a Bill first introduced in the Lords that has not yet completed its passage through the Upper House before prorogation may be carried over on the agreement of a motion.

Carry-over of Bills

For an experimental period and with certain conditions, the life of a Bill first introduced in the Commons that has not completed its passage through the Lower House before prorogation will be extended by one Session.

Cartlidge, James

James Cartlidge, Conservative MP for South Suffolk

Cash, William

William Cash, Conservative MP for Stone

Cathy Jamieson

Cathy Jamieson, MP for Kilmarnock & Loudoun

Caulfield, Maria

Maria Caulfield, Conservative MP for Lewes

CCTV

What is CCTV? ‘CCTV’ stands for closed circuit television. CCTV is used for a number of monitoring and surveillance purposes, but is mainly used for security purposes. CCTV involves the use of an unmanned, remotely mounted video camera system, transmitting live pictures back to a television screen where developments can be monitored and recorded. Background...

Chalk, Alex

Alex Chalk, Conservative MP for Cheltenham

Champion, Sarah

Sarah Champion, Labour MP for Rotherham