I decided to go back and look at the Hansard record of Cameron reporting back to the House on his EU negotiations (February 2016)
There were questions to the Home Secretary (one Theresa May) before he got going. I thought this sequence was very funny:
Mike Kane: There are 10 electronic passport gates at Manchester airport in my constituency. The Department is unable to tell me how many people travel through them, how many rejections there have been and how often they malfunction. Does the Home Secretary agree that that is one of the gaps identified by the National Audit Office, which should be looked into?
Mrs May: Increasing the number of e-gates for checking passports was a very good move by this Government, especially as it provides enhanced security at our border.
Talk about 'avoiding the question'
The EU stuff is really interesting, but it's a very long read
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