[Croydon Guardian] - Boss Mark Harper, who will put the centre back straight in to his squad for tomorrow's trip to Havant & Waterlooville, had the veteran in for training last week before rubber stamping the deal on Friday to ends weeks of will-he-won't-he speculation
[Oxford Mail] - Sam Gordon put the Oxford outfit ahead, but strikes from Alex Gardner and Mark Harper gave Islip a 2-1 lead. In the second half, Wheatley scored through Jordan Reid, Shane Walley, Elliot O'Brien and Craig Thomas. Adam Gilroy scored twice to help Didcot
[The Independent] - Outlining the proposals yesterday, Mark Harper, the Constitutional Reform minister, said he did not want the new rules to be overly bureaucratic. "What we don't want to do is do something that means that legitimate businesses find it all so restrictive
[The Independent] - But the Mark Harper, the Political Reform minister, did not even need that space to outline his vision for the future of lobbying. It could be summed up in three words: business as usual. It's been said before but it's worth restating – there is
[Politics.co.uk] - Can Mark Harper succeed where so many before him have failed? By Alex Stevenson Follow @alex__stevenson The Conservative constitutional reform minister is in an unusual position: he is the right-hand-man to deputy prime minister Nick Clegg.
[Left Foot Forward] - Cabinet Office minister Mark Harper used it a lot last week to describe his proposals for a compulsory register of lobbyists. These plans, he says, will bring lobbying out into the open and address public concerns about who is influencing our
[Left Foot Forward] - Cabinet Office minister Mark Harper this week announced the establishment of a commission to address the West Lothian question, opening a can of worms over the future of the UK constitution. “English votes on English laws (EVOEL), which would bar
[Midhurst and Petworth Today] - The fast fleet of 18 boats got away cleanly with the Jason Kirk (Chichester YC) in his RS400 leading the fleet to the windward mark, closely followed by the two Finns of John Tremlett from Itchenor SC and Mark Harper for the home club.
[Left Foot Forward] - Launching the commission, constitutional reform minister Mark Harper announced a six strong panel which will, at its very heart, consider the “West Lothian question”, the conundrum established by former Labour MP Tam Dayell about the appropriateness
[NW Evening Mail] - Sayle senior forms a solid-looking front row with Andy Kent and Gareth Morgan, with stand-in skipper Martin Kennedy and Mark Harper in the second row. Lee Cumberbatch starts at fly-half and his strong running and powerful kicking game make him an ideal
[Politics.co.uk] - There will be further trouble ahead, too: analysis of our interview with constitutional reform minister Mark Harper showed that Lords reform looks as unlikely as ever. We can expect the dynamics of the last seven days to repeat themselves again and
[Your Local Guardian] - Inman's injury has left manager Mark Harper with questions he doesn't want; it's by no means certain if Dean will be fit in time for what could be a pivotal match in the season, in the FA Trophy replay versus East Thurrock Utd.
[Wandsworth Guardian] - By Stuart Amos » Some managers might be frustrated by postponements, but Hampton & Richmond Borough boss Mark Harper could not be happier. The Beavers saw their FA Trophy second round clash with East Thurrock United called-off for a second time on
[Politics.co.uk (blog)] - That seems deliberately ambiguous for now, too - although I will ask the question to the constitutional minister, Mark Harper, tomorrow. Either way, the timeframe being looked at by the coalition remains a long way off the autumn date Alex
[Your Local Guardian] - Mark Harper boosted his relegation-threatened Hampton & Richmond squad this week by signing teenage Brentford left-back Ryan Blake on loan. The 19-year-old has joined for an initial month and goes straight into the team for tomorrow's tough Blue Square
[Wandsworth Guardian] - Boss Mark Harper's men held high-flying Sutton United to a 2-2 draw at Gander Green Lane on Tuesday to back up Saturday's 1-1 draw with Tonbridge Angels. A James Simmonds penalty – after United defender Osa Obamwonyi was sent off – and a close-range