There are at least four big obstacles to any plan to crown him leader. And there’s no sign that he has endorsed it, anyway.
Neil Shastri-Hurst: McCain in America, Mercer here in Britain. It’s time for soldier-statesmen to take the lead.
These men and women offer a solution to a nation and a wider world crying out for leadership. They truly get the concepts of duty, service, and nationhood.
But the Scottish Conservative leader cannot shed any light in her new book on the atrocious abuse directed against women on social media.
David Mytton: So you want more employee company ownership? The answer seems to be less government intervention – not more.
Labour’s plan to force that outcome is fundamentally flawed. When there is a transfer of wealth forced by central government, how would investor confidence be affected?
The German Chancellor was stronger then than she is now. And there’s no guarantee that any compromise she might push would work.
Plus: May under fire at home and pressure abroad. And around tables at the heart of Westminster, Labour researchers huddle, as though ready for an election and power.
Josephine Hemmens: Transgender discrimination is wrong. But righting it mustn’t put people born as women in danger.
This process is clearly open to abuse from violent males, many of whom will go to any lengths to reach their victims.
The Prime Minister is like a woman on a raft, adrift at sea – as her fellow-passengers watch the good (or bad) ship Chequers gently slipping, with the occasional plop and gurgle, beneath the waves.
Profile: Damian Collins. Running energetically (and sometimes tumbling over) as he pursues Leave campaigners
A Conservative MP who has seen much of Collins says: “I like him. He’s more intelligent and thoughtful than his public manner gives one to expect.”
It was once said that the secret of Thatcher’s success was moving steadily on multiple fronts so that her enemies did not know where to focus their attention.
In the second of three articles, the Weston-super-Mare MP argues for drastic action to rebuild legitimacy in the eyes of the people.
Wages are growing at their fastest rate for ten years, and employment is at a near-record high. But qualifications are necessary…
Frankly, any outcome – no deal, Norway, Canada, even the risk of a second referendum – would be better than what is currently on the table.
In the second of three articles, the Weston-super-Mare MP sets out plans on tax, housing deficits and debt to help achieve inter-generational justice.
The only potential escape lane from a breakdown in the negotiation and No Deal gridlock is marked “to Canada”.