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Posts Tagged: Labour
Rory Stewart: Three reasons why we won Copeland. Theresa May, Trudi Harrison – and Labour’s long failure to deliver
After 75 years of the latter’s strategy, most people in Copeland faced a choice of either working for the nuclear industry or being without a job.
ITV: “Have you at any point this morning looked in the mirror and asked yourself this question – could the problem actually be me?” Corbyn: “No.”
Plus: Labour goes all Smethwick in Copeland. And: Sky News dumbs down at breakfast.
Ministers and their advisers can actually focus on their executive function, rather than incessant communication and rebuttal.
This offers May an historic opportunity.
Binita Mehta-Parmar: Citizenship ceremonies at the Cup Final – and a new migration model for Post-Brexit Britain.
Modern Britain’s new report, released today, proposes increasing the number of highly-skilled migrants while significantly reducing low-skilled immigration.
They are holding up a hankerchief to test how strongly the Remain wind is blowing.
Iain Dale: Gove was focused on changing prisons for the better. Truss seems focused instead on trying to gain headlines.
Plus: Unemployment is down. Productivity is up. Wages are up. Despite Brexit. Despite Brexit. Despite Brexit…
Let the leftover Blairites retro-absorb the LibDems: there’s your centre-Left. Most of the rest of usare quite happy to be governed by the centre-Right Super Party.
In my area, transport, there will be better jobs on the roads, at the airports and on rail, and more business success elsewhere.
Sebastian Payne visits the by-election front line to explore the depths of the Opposition’s crisis.
Robert Goodwill: We do not want to incentivise perilous journeys to Europe, and play into the hands of the traffickers.
I’m tired of being lectured by Labour politicians. When they were in government, around 800 refugees were resettled each year. We are doing five times that.
Plus: Sarah Palin to Canada, the Brexit Bill to the Lords, and Clive Lewis to the backbenches. And: when sorry isn’t the hardest word.
Matthew Barrett: Don’t be so eager to scrap the Lords, Conservative MPs. We may need it one day to check Labour tyranny.
What a farce it would be if, in attempting to secure Brexit, we booted out one of the institutions that makes us exceptional.