An apology is in order to car park attendants. They could think up better questions than the Labour leader.
Posts by Andrew Gimson
Andrew Gimson is a contributing editor to ConservativeHome and the author of "Boris - the Rise of Boris Johnson". He was the Daily Telegraph's parliamentary sketchwriter, and before that the paper's Berlin correspondent.Follow @
Andrew Gimson’s PMQs sketch: Corbyn is as threatening as a car park attendant on a wet afternoon in Skegness
The Labour leader is killing PMQs and should let someone else have a go.
Profile: Keir Starmer, leading for Labour on Brexit. A first-class lawyer – but can he be a first-class politician?
The former Director of Public Prosecutions did not serve under either Blair or Brown, and is hard to place in the strife which rends the Labour Party.
Interview: Tom Tugendhat on how lawyers are harassing soldiers, and how he is campaigning to stop it happening
He tells the story of his campaign to stop the ECHR being applied to armed conflict.
The Prime Minister managed to imply that the men attacking her are ridiculous.
Plus: Why do so many expensive hotels think it is a good thing to make their windows unopenable? Can’t we go back to Blackpool?
Erdington modernisation? The most notable feature of Erdington is Spaghetti Junction, “you don’t know where you’re going and could end up anywhere”.
Andrew Gimson’s Conference Diary: For a wild moment I thought the Chancellor was going to praise King John
Hammond is no chilly technocrat – but a warm and genial technocrat.
Andrew Gimson’s Conference Diary: Quite right, Prime Minister – we don’t need to punch above our weight
I am thinking of founding a party which will stand up for the privileged few.
Their hatred of Blairite careerists leads them to see all Corbyn’s limitations as virtues.
A new documentary about Brexit, to be shown tonight, demonstrates a side of the Foreign Secretary which is generally overlooked.
The true believer whose appointment to represent the European Parliament in the Brexit negotiations is “an act of war”.
The Labour leader did better because the Prime Minister failed to make a convincing defence of grammar schools.
He has seamlessly made the transition from Cameron to May.
The Eurosceptics are in the ascendant, and they feel pretty good about it.