For all his talk about taking on UKIP he really sees them as his best hope for portraying Euroscepticism as an unappealing cause.
“We want to see Scotland stay in our family of nations later this year.”
How many will be on Universal Credit in a year’s time?
“You may be a separate country but you are not, to us, a foreign country. We’re family.”
It is welcome that the Corporation seems to accept that the Licence Fee is indefensible. The Party should catch up with this line of thinking.
After the next election, it may be the fourth largest party in the Commons that holds the keys to Number 10.
The Lib Dems may be enjoying their spring conference, but the enjoyment doesn’t stretch to Conservative supporters.
If Ukraine is to stay intact, viable and solvent, no one part of it can impose its will on others.
If the Conservatives doesn’t win a majority in 2015, one of the reasons will be their 2011 decision to stick with First Past The Post.
Speaking ahead of the Lib Dem’s spring conference, he added that “we are unambiguously the party of in”.
Of the 33 names included in our poll, 28 have seen their numbers worsen – and some significantly so.
Conservatives gain a seat from Labour in Bury
And the percentage opposing a deal with the LibDems? 92 per cent.
Evidence suggests that the procedure could be reduced and arrests increased – and that ethics and integrity problems loom over the police like a cloud.
Lewis Baston: Ernest Marples. Yes, a rogue – but he brightened up the 1950s, and he made things happen
Long-range phone calls, premium bonds, parking meters, yellow pavement lines, summary traffic penalties…his hand was in them all.
The Party as a whole should have a say in whether what is on offer is acceptable, if that happens.
In our new report, Nation Rent, we set out how could people to rent and buy over time and as their circumstances allow.
Just like the introduction of the 24-hour tube and flexible ticketing from 2015, driverless trains will hugely benefit Londoners.
While our culture may not give two hoots for the humanity of an unwanted embryo, we can’t deny that widespread embryonic (or foetal) selection would alter society
“Given the gravity of what has been discovered, I have decided that a public enquiry is necessary.”
They shout: “Stop Putin’s war!”
We must give other cities north of the capital more of a chance.
BBC’s own report says scrap the Licence Fee
“Members of a panel reviewing the future of the BBC have suggested that it scrap the licence fee and switch to a subscription service from 2020. The radical plan has been recommended by some of the country’s most influential economists, consultants and academics and comes as the corporation faces swingeing cuts ahead of its charter renewal at the end of 2016. If introduced, it would be the greatest change to the BBC since its creation in 1922.” – Sunday Times(£)
- Scrap the Licence Fee for a better BBC – Leader Sunday Times(£)
> Today:ToryDiary: Even the BBC accepts the Licence Fee must go
Cabinet minister tells Boris and Osborne to “get back in their box”
“Boris Johnson and George Osborne have been told to “get back in their box” and stop jostling for position to succeed David Cameron as leader of the Conservative Party. A furious Cabinet minister warned colleagues who are plotting to become party leader that they are making it more likely that Ed Miliband, the Labour leader, will enter Number 10 at next year’s election.” – Sunday Telegraph
Wright restricts day release for prisoners
“Prisons minister Jeremy Wright said: “We’re not prepared to see the failures of last summer repeated and public safety compromised…The system has been too lax up to now and that must change. In future when prisoners are let out on licence I want to be sure they are tagged and strictly risk-assessed so we know where they have been and can be sure that they have been tested in the community under strict conditions before being released.” – BBC
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