Plus: Nigel and the whips. Why Peter Oborne believes that I am Nostradamus. Lord Steel must have heard the Cyril Smith rumours. And: Two Thatchers & Two Queens.
The First Minister likes to pose as David – but his europhilia shows him to be Goliath, headed for a fall.
ConservativeHome reviews Moira Buffini’s play ‘Handbagged’. Its politics may be to the left of the Iron Lady’s – but it’s still a brilliant evening at the theatre.
Also: Former UUP leader slams compensation award against PSNI; Red Road flats saved by protests; and ‘van bomb’ found in Co Tyrone.
The two countries really are more alike than one would imagine.
A new report shows the way. But there is a limit to what it can do to prevent the EU endangering patients and de-professionalising doctors.
Plus: The Telegraph’s war on Nadine. Bias at the Foreign Office. Euro-rules drive me bonkers. And: Cameron’s LadyShambles.
Our monthly history columnist says that the man who Edward Heath later beat for the leadership almost pulled it off.
Restricting disabled roles to disabled actors isn’t just a potential bar to the creation of great art – it overlooks worse prejudices faced by the disabled.
How the work of the local MP, the town’s civic & business leaders, local councillors and the Mayor of Leicester have helped to safeguard jobs.
Also: Lessons for unionists as Canada emerges from the shadow of separatism; and MoD accused of leaking against the Welsh government.
I offer Conservatives and Liberal Democrat different reasons for writing on this site. Both are true – but here’s a third.
Abbas’s tactical push is helping to divide Israel’s Government.
Conservatives are fighting hard to secure more prosperity through trade after the neglect of business by the last Labour Government
Plus: Two funerals and me. My life as an Agony Uncle. Why Grayling is wrong about prison books. Sympathy for Mark Menzies. And finally: My mother’s pride.