Plus: a tough week for Howlett. Sleepless nights for Feldman and Shapps. And: The absurd Harris-Quinney resurfaces.
The idea that Turkey is somehow backing ISIS has become a popular meme, assiduously spread online by Russian agents provocateurs, and taken up by some in Western Europe,
From Reggie to Dessie: Letwin – fine, if you want the Times crossword completed in five minutes. But…
A pre-CSR session with the Chancellor at Dorneywood. Have the Chinese bugged Freya the Cut? DC One’s second-hand fittings. And: Boris Bearded.
Also: Crabb concedes Wales should have more powers; Lords call to pause Scotland Bill; second SNP MP faces police investigation; First Minister of Ulster steps down; and more.
Ruth Davidson MSP: The SNP’s independence plans have been exposed as delusional – when will they come clean?
Sturgeon and Swinney must stop relying on Salmond’s belligerent and baseless assertions.
Plus: Military strikes against Syria now. And: Maria Eagle should tell Corbyn to stuff his job. So should Kevan Jones.
A visit to Kurdistan reveals the realities and the myths about the current conflict.
Extremism, drugs, bureaucracy: addressing these will take time. Ensuring hygiene and cleanliness should not.
Also: Welsh Government tries to poach English doctors; Ulster health minister calls for prescription charges, SNP under pressure over Scottish police; and more.
Nick Timothy: Detailed analysis? Strategic planning? Not a bit of it. Let me tell you how a Spending Review really works
They ought to be an important opportunity for the Government to quicken the pace and improve the quality of reform.
I’m proud to have been chosen by the Prime Minister as his adviser to help drive this change.
Paul Abbott: The scandal of the Stockwell Bus Garage – and why we must build on brownfield land to get the homes we need
These two acres are used as an overnight cleaning shack – with no housing on top of it. Nothing. Zilch. Not a square metre of living room: just thin air.
Iain Dale: Europe. Cameron is ready to wave a piece of white paper declaring “An agreement for our time”
Plus: Osborne squeezes the rich till their pips squeak. Prime Minister Corbyn, and other fantasises. Stephen McPartland has balls of steel. And: No breast jokes here.
Lewis Baston: How a centrist Tory leader won a landslide victory over left-wing Labour – 80 years ago tomorrow
Nearly every observer expected the same result – a Conservative win with a reduced majority. This as found to be in error when the votes were counted.
Daniel Hannan MEP: The game’s afoot – and the Eurocrats are delighted with Cameron’s renegotiation pitch
The choice is now crystal clear – and many more Tories will join the Vote Leave campaign as a result.