“…the Chinese could use their role to build weaknesses into computer systems which will allow them to shut down Britain’s energy production at will.”
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“George Osborne now finds himself trapped by the decisions he has already taken and the dividing lines he himself created.”
“Terrorists do not “win” when the security and intelligence agencies and the police gain new powers to keep the public safe.”
“The cuts proposed are huge: the departments are asked to cut up to 40 per cent… Neither the Treasury nor the departments believe this is the real number.”
New ideas in familiar packages remains by far the most likely, if less exciting, result of this post-Brexit upheaval.
If Brussels – and our own ‘Continuity Remainers’ – thought Britain could yet be bullied into staying, our chances of a good deal evaporate.
If her experience at the Home Office makes offering broad-strokes guarantees difficult, then the Home Secretary should set out her position in detail.
Our greatest city is still a part of this country, and is no more entitled to a foreign policy than any other local government institution.
The First Minister threatens independence a referendum rematch, and Cameron’s successor faces an early test – but a winnable one.
As debate swirls about increasingly negative attitudes to our representatives, people have taken to Twitter to show their appreciation.
The referendum is a truly national political event, and how the Home Nations vote will shape not only the outcome on the night but its impact on the UK afterwards.
Aside from the obvious immigration angle, this Turkey story reinforces one of the Leave campaign’s most important lines: that ‘the devil you know’ isn’t on the ballot paper.
Both the Prime Minister and the former Mayor seem to have been damaged by the referendum campaign, whilst Gove continues to rise.
And Labour is torn between between exploiting those perils and being seen to cooperate with the Government on the EU.
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