Plus: May’s first PMQs. Splash! Olive trees in view. Plosh! Ministers reshuffled. Splurge! Cameroons fired. Whoosh! P.S: Time for another dip in my Spanish pool…
No military coup against an elected government ever improved things. But Turkey’s rulers ought to opt for statesmanship, not vengeance.
Also: GMB claim SNP demand for Trident removal is election stunt; Cairns sets out conditions for UK Tata bailout, Stormont divisions over EU; and more.
Our survey suggest that these new members are moderate, politically engaged and (with encouragement) could reinvigorate our Associations.
Plus: I tip him as Brexit Secretary, and just look what happens next.
EU rules are designed to make it painful to leave – but it is possible to minimise the damage.
I can’t accept that I’m ‘me’ because, say, I’m a woman – above and beyond all the undefinable intricacies that constitute my self.
Crucially, he has enhanced the role of our state without falling into the trap of just extending it.
Plus: the downfall of Boles. This Eagle won’t fly. What to do with Gove? Cameron should become Foreign Secretary. And: Out there in the country, Blair is still popular.
It was not entirely clear at the time that it had created a new political structure that would last for generations – with the Conservatives as the leading party of the state.
Brow-beating didn’t work before the vote and it certainly won’t work now. All sides should be prepared to compromise.
Continental Europe needs the financial services of London just as much, if not more, than London needs its financial exports to Continental Europe.
To continue to succeed, we must restore not only mass membership but mass activism.
Plus: Leadsom comes up on the rails. Why men should never wear red trousers. And: 100 years on from the Battle of the Somme.
Be under no illusion – the process will be arduous. But the new relationship the British people want and deserve is achievable.