Downing Street may have briefed in advance that there’s no real comparison. But she will clearly play on it for all it’s worth.
Posts Tagged: Mark Wallace
A reply to Mark Wallace’s article of a week ago today.
Our Executive Editor debates Brexit, identity politics and Castro with The Guardian’s Zoe Williams.
“It always seemed clear to me, as a very enthusiastic leaver, that this court judgement the other day doesn’t really change that much.”
Can any of our readers definitively identify this man?
It’s predominately a tight-knit group of former staffers who’ve worked together before. No change there. But it has a more provincial and state school feel.
Yesterday’s Supreme Court ruling against this illiberal Scottish scheme found it currently illegal — but not impossible.
Today, Gove is attacked over his immigration warnings…as Austria is poised to elect a Far Right President
The core question for many British voters is a simple one: do they really trust the EU to play its part in controlling migration across the continent effectively?
A note of thanks and appreciation from the Editor.
Spencer Pitfield’s by-election candidacy in Sheffield and my own experience in Leigh help demonstrate that nowhere should be out of bounds for us.
The latest iteration has good bits, some bad bits – and nothing substantial to boost ownership of the Party by its members.
It can be lonely for them but is also bound up with them.
Whether we measure literacy or longevity, infant mortality or sexual equality, the world in 2015 was a better place during this past twelve months.
The decision represented a decisive endorsement of a particular plan – not a return to Tony Blair-style liberal internationalism.
Our Executive Editor also argues for a fully independent inquiry into the Clarke scandal.