Our politicians have left a rhetorical vacuum into which nationalist politicians – Salmond and Farage – have moved.
It’s all about withholding the power for change from the nationalists. But the question is: will the public believe the Unionists’ promises?
Today’s papers suggest that he might. In anticipation, we list some of the potential ramifications for Clegg himself and for the other party leaders.
New powers for HMRC to seize money at will directly contravene the ideas laid down at Runnymede.
Also: NI21 civil war rages on; language activist warns of ‘death of Welsh’; and are the NI Tories being undermined to woo the DUP?
How can we work with a country that for far too long has provided funding, training and weapons and a safe haven for militant groups in the region?
The terrible truth is that, to a large extent, each country chooses how many people will die on its roads
All the posts were elected unopposed – another sign of Tory MPs’ growing discipline.
The Centre for Policy Studies’ coming conference lauds freedom. But voters seem to prefer security.
He would find it hard to sell a second Lib/Con coalition to his party…or to serve in a Lib/Lab coalition as Deputy Prime Minister.
The Blame Game…Islamist terrorism is back…Trust Maliki…Preserve Sykes-Picot…My enemy’s enemy is my friend…Thinking short-term…It’s all about us.
My amendment to the Government’s Criminal Courts and Justice Bill will help to do so.
Also: the first in a series of focus groups, conducted in Thurrock and Halifax. What was the link they made between Nigel Farage and Simon Cowell?
The world will be talking about Blair for decades because, unlike past Prime Ministers, Blair will be talking about the world for decades.
His life story is beginning to bear an uncanny resemblance to that of Harold Davidson, who was eventually mauled to death by a lion.