We cannot afford to get it wrong. The Prime Minister is the right woman to go out to bat for Britain. She will deliver a strong deal and a bright future for everyone.
We re-issue the new Brexit Secretary’s essay on economic policy and the EU negotiation, originally published on this site on Monday.
This is better way of dealing with both migration and the terror threat than the patchwork measures taken so far by the EU.
More power and control must be devolved to Cabinet members if we are to see the improvement in the quality of government that is now plainly necessary.
If it fails to publish these figures, people will draw the conclusion that it has something to hide or fears that it has something to hide.
We reproduce his Brexit speech from this morning in full.
There are numerous historical examples that suggest that, if the latter course is taken, the economic outlook is not nearly as bleak as has been portrayed.
Misery for the Greeks and the risk to the European financial system will go on and on and on – unless leadership is exercised. We are perfectly placed to provide it.
The country’s suffering should be ended by bringing in a debt write-down and a new, free-floating currency.
The best equipment is worthless without troops to wield it. We need 100,000 soldiers and as many reserves to meet the challenges of the 21st Century.
Letting tenants buy from housing associations would increase home ownership, boost social mobility and reduce the monolithic nature of many estates.
We have a moral obligation to stand up to those who use it for their own ends. The “special relationship” should mean that we can be frank with America.
Those responsible for the Flight MH17 atrocity must be put on trial for murder. If Russia refuses to co-operate, its banks must be closed. And that’s just the first step.
Rehman Chishti believes the vote was a mistake, but a recent trip to Washington showed me otherwise.