Doing so would at guarantee continuity to her negotiation planning, and free Johnson to do what he does best without distraction – namely, campaigning.
May and Davis top the Cabinet again; Davidson’s back in first place; and Truss slumps to a serious negative score.
Plus: May’s legs, Starmer’s hair, Sturgeon’s legs, Warsi the enemy within, Carswell the rebel without, pigs may fly in Dumfries. And: A Rudd-faced Home Secretary.
The companies are on solid ground over encryption; their footing is less sure, however, when it comes to pro-terror material on the net.
“You can’t have a situation where warranted information is needed, perhaps to stop an attack like the one last week, and it can’t be accessed.”
The Prime Minister records her second-best ever result in our table, whilst the Communities Secretary becomes the first to record a negative score.
We must find more local authority spaces for unaccompanied child refugees.
The situation is volatile, but on balance it is more likely that Labour will hang on, and that Paul Nuttall will be the first victim of Thursday’s by-election.
By giving women the support they need to succeed companies can win the talent war and boost the British economy.
Theresa May and David Davis hold their ground whilst their colleagues nearly all suffer falling scores, and the Chancellor knocks Ruth Davidson out of the top three!
Those directing their moral outrage at Amber Rudd have the wrong target.
If we prioritise rescuing children from the incompetence of EU governments, that means children can be rescued from the slaughter of the Middle East.
Most of the latter are used to trying to stop rebellions, not start them.
We publish the letter referenced by Ed Vaizey in this afternoon’s debate.
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