The Prime Minister is like a woman on a raft, adrift at sea – as her fellow-passengers watch the good (or bad) ship Chequers gently slipping, with the occasional plop and gurgle, beneath the waves.
She said the bare minimum on Brexit and Corbyn has no idea how to get anything more out of her.
The Khashoggi case shows that the UK’s alliance with Saudi Arabia serves neither our interests nor our values
For how much longer can Ministers continue to try to defend a relationship which has become increasingly indefensible?
Wages are growing at their fastest rate for ten years, and employment is at a near-record high. But qualifications are necessary…
It would be shameful if the independent inquiry into bullying in the House of Commons was obscured by political infighting.
The only potential escape lane from a breakdown in the negotiation and No Deal gridlock is marked “to Canada”.
Cox’s intervention at May’s meeting of senior Cabinet ministers last week to discuss Brexit plans turned out to be crucial.
It isn’t just pro-Brexit MPs who should be watching the Prime Minister carefully. It’s pro-Union ones: in other words, all of them.
The key question now for Conservative MPs is whether they can support the UK being trapped in a customs union – and the dismemberment of the Union itself.
Numbers applying for target seats are down across the board. At least one Tory association has refused to shortlist, and demanded applications be reopened.
McVey? Mordaunt? Hammond, because the policy swings the other way? May herself? None of the above?
If the Budget choice this year is between supporting the new system or raising tax thresholds, the answer is a no brainer.
Ashers Bakery. Politicians should do their job rather than force courts to arbitrate on conflicting rights
If MPs want to take the plaudits for creating such laws, they must also take the responsibility of defining their limits.
Media focus is on the DUP. But we can’t help suspecting that near the heart of policy is a preoccupation with those just-in-time supply chains.
Theresa May has mastered all the necessary pieties and used them to bludgeon her opponents into submission.