Dame Lowell Goddard argues that the sheer scope of its retrospective aspect makes the job impractical.
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He told the House a bit more about what Brexit means, and gave short shrift to those who hope to block it.
The trajectory of Venezuela’s “socialist revolution” – poverty, misery and brutal oppression – was obvious from the start to any student of politics or history.
It’s also a reminder of how fortunate we are to be leaving this overbearing organisation.
We need new generating capacity to keep the lights on.
“I don’t consider myself wealthy” – will Corbyn therefore exempt those earning less than him from any tax hikes?
The Leader of the Opposition appeared to suggest that anyone earning less than £137,000 isn’t wealthy.
Her first announcement is an investigation to expose racial inequality in our public services.
Britain has traditionally been suspicious of lionising political heroes. In Corbyn we have found our weak spot.
One of Britain’s most prominent military residents is a penguin.
Oddly, voters don’t appreciate being told their country is rubbish.
In the 1970s, Conservatives who recognised the danger of Trotskyism helped to defend moderate left-wing MPs. Could the feat be repeated?
UK Sport’s effectiveness rests on a brutality which ministers might be uncomfortable to apply to the economy.
His one-man war on consensus makes people wince and routinely raises his colleagues’ blood pressure. That’s precisely why Parliament would be poorer without him.
Smith’s line on ISIS is a disaster.
At best, he’s a Milibandish figure who believes that the hard left has won the battle of ideas in the Labour Party.