Plus: Will diehard Remainers never learn how democracy works? Nicolas Sarkozy is a sh*t. And, wonder of wonders, a right wing BBC audience.
The mayors of Nice and Cannes have been goaded into a culture war without the least clue about the culture they’re attempting to defend.
This is history in the making, and that’s what it’s all about.
Also: Corbyn moves to rule out coalition with SNP; Brokenshire embarks on Northern Ireland Brexit tour; Nationalists accused of ‘gagging’ journalists; and more.
The safety of the British people cannot be trusted to politicians who simply try to wish away dangers like ISIS and Putin.
Plus: Stingy Liberal Democrats. Stupid Owen Smith. And: at the Edinburgh Festival – and why those right-on comedians don’t get life beyond the M25.
The miracle of the market combines the efforts of countless people to provide you with an affordable, accessible lunch.
Also: Mundell warns Sturgeon against referendum speculation; Smith attacked in Wales over Pfizer links; DUP and UUP clash over Brexit; and more.
The rights of incumbents should be balanced against the aspirations of new applicants. Here’s how we manage it in West Kent.
Plus: August, the best political month. Thatcher, the best post-war Prime Minister. Off to Any Questions. Off to Edinburgh. And: will I poison an MP?
They have gone either way in successive elections, but their recent results show up electoral trends that helping the Tories.
Academic selection provides both an incentive to play by the rules that will stand children in good stead in later life – and a means of escaping those who don’t.
Also: Fallon confirms Scottish base expansion; UKIP members decide fate of Welsh leader; Wales to scrap Right to Buy; and more.
If the head of one person is attached to the body of another, which of them survives – if either?
Our vote was about delivering power back to the people, and removing it from distant powerful figures. “The Donald”, on the other hand, asks the people to give him the power.