Johnson deserves criticism for his error. But that should not mean indulging every opportunist demand, or handing Britain’s enemies greater power.
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Mark Wallace has been ConservativeHome's Executive Editor since May 2013. He has previously worked as Campaign Director for the TaxPayers' Alliance, Head of Media Relations for the Institute of Directors and as a communications consultant to various major UK companies.Follow @
Now slap yourself again.
Yet again a strike which was supposedly about safety has gone away now that a large amount of money has been secured.
The raft of new parties have more in common than somewhat silly names.
It’s not unreasonable to challenge the wilder hyperbole about leaving the EU.
McVey – high-profile pugilist, hate figure for the Left – takes on the very private role of Deputy Chief Whip
Many Tories will be glad to see her back on the frontbench. But her new job will exercise a different set of political muscles from her past role.
Parliament should recall what happened with expenses – if they want to avoid a whirlwind then they need to deal with this issue transparently and forcefully, up front.
The Tory peer, and former MEP, will take on the job of shepherding the Withdrawal Bill through the House of Lords.
The Times tips him to be put in charge of reforming the campaign machine, but he’d be perfectly suited to implement ConservativeHome’s proposed outreach programme.
Labour has started selecting candidates for target seats – the Conservatives must not get left behind
The Pickles Review advised far earlier selections – so why has CCHQ not yet acted?
The latest council leader to vote to increase his own allowances talks of himself as a business leader, not a public servant.
It’s unimaginable that Westminster would have acted towards Scotland as Madrid has acted towards Catalonia.
While his colleagues have persuaded him the route to victory is through winning Remainers, it was retaining Leave voters that saved his election campaign.
Ethically and politically, defending freedom on campus is the right thing to do.
It’s good that the absurd telephone charges have been scrapped – but the bigger problem remains unresolved.