The proper response to separatist stonewalling is doubling down, not backing down, on positive, pro-active British policymaking.
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The new ‘Minister for Intergovernmental Relations’ points one way, Boris Johnson’s flagship constitutional legislation the other.
Shortage should be “a spur to get on with the transition to net-zero and more renewable and sustainable supplies”, says McFadden.
Johnson’s patronage is limited, and the makeup of the parliamentary Conservative Party necessitates keeping such MPs on side.
With Neil gone and other veteran journalists reportedly unhappy, ‘Britain’s news channel’ looks less and less like a news channel.
As the Government u-turns on vaccine passports, how are we supposed to take the ‘Winter Plan’ seriously?
If a fresh wave puts severe pressure on the NHS, the Government will surely buckle. We have no way of knowing how.
Falling behind Labour will do nothing for the Tory mood, but there are a huge number of possible explanations for a narrowing in the polls.
A new ConHome series offering a very short introduction to some of those who are making or who have made an intellectual contribution to conservatism.
It seems to be primarily about incentivising people to get jabbed – but ministers can’t say so, and the result is unconvincing bluster.
Also; does consenting to indefinitely extending grace periods show the EU finally gets the need to change the Protocol?
Patel’s frustration is understandable, but it would surely just see even more crossings – and her successor offer the cash again.
Frost is correst that the UK would be within its rights to trigger Article 16 – the anti-diversion of trade provisions are in the text.
More than seven in ten of our panellists think special forces operations targeting terrorist bases are the correct way to respond to a future attack.
Henry Hill: If the DUP suffer an electoral collapse, it could bring Stormont grinding to a halt – again
Also: SNP’s nuclear hypocrisy forces MoD to consider relocating Trident even though an independent Scotland would join NATO.
The move shores up their position within the separatist movement at the expense of reaching out to sceptics and unionists.