Conscientiousness will not be a sufficient defence if the monarch campaigns for policies to which Parliament or some substantial body of public opinion objects.
Sir Mark Worthington bolsters The Freedom Association’s position as neutral territory in the divided right
As Baroness Thatcher’s former private secretary, he is closely linked to something dear to the Tory right and the Toryish wing of UKIP.
The Labour leader accuses Cameron of being on the side of the rich, and tries to suppress the awkward knowledge that Labour too is on the side of the bosses.
We need more Parliamentarians capable of earning £1,333 per hour – not fewer.
They claim it suggests that local voters are right to feel unsafe from immigrants – and say that campaigning as UKIP-lite won’t work.
The latest claim isn’t just flimsy, it’s implausible – and a gift to UKIP.
Cameron says that too many politicians have offered “easy answers”. True. So where are the hard ones?
As next May draws nearer, no political party is yet facing up to the scale of challenge of deficit reduction.
There are good reasons why the latter is more likely.
The Government should not duck the security challenge.
Lord Callanan or Peter Lilley would be strong choices
But the Conservatives need fundamental change.
Few have explained why better than Lord Hailsham when he addressed the Conservative Christian Fellowship nearly 25 years ago.
His changes are taken straight from the Gove playbook, since they deploy the same two main tools: transparency and accountability.
For the first time since 2009, the ONS has recorded an increase in real wages. Will it last?
Matthew Hancock briefs the Daily Mail as he prepares to unveil a new National College for Onshore Oil and Gas.