There is still a long way to go. I have no doubt that further battles lie ahead. But today’s news is an important step in the right direction.
For many, Brexit is a powerful justification for a new independence referendum. But this, too, works both ways.
I believe that so prosperous a nation can and should stop the apparent pain and trauma that the mammals suffer when harpooned.
The new President’s problems will begin right at the start with whatever he decides to do next.
“Trump lies a lot and Biden’s kind of not all there.” And it’s less than a week to go until voting day.”
Many felt the election was going to be close – and that, whatever the outcome, there was a widespread expectation that things would get messy.
Several of our participants remained undecided. They wanted to hear more about where both candidates stood on policy, especially healthcare.
“I could see this dragging out for weeks…we probably won’t know who’s president until late December or early January.”
Challenging findings for the Prime Minister, encouraging ones for the Opposition Leader – with the economy as a key battleground.
Tough measures brought in to ensure that the island remains free of the virus have once again killed off tourism for the foreseeable future.
In political terms, there is still time for the Coronavirus crisis to turn the tables on the President. But it hasn’t yet.
My open letter to the Prime Minister proposes the award to recognise the astonishing efforts of those working for our healthcare system.
I was delighted to see your appointment. I confess to slight bias, given that you retweeted an article of mine calling for an end to ring-fencing of the aid budget.
Voters won’t return to Labour just because Brexit is done. But nor will they stick with the Conservatives if they’re not seen to deliver.
It is only human to grasp at the most comforting explanations that come to hand. But the truth may be harder for Corbynites to swallow.