The Chair of the Treasury Select Committee on its efforts to get information from the Government on the costs of restrictions to lives and livelihoods.
The author warns we are sending far too many people to university and creating “a whole great bloated cognitive bureaucratic class”.
The co-Party Chairman says next year’s local elections will definitely go ahead, and won’t give a figure for Party membership.
If the BBC wants to balance its coverage of the culture war, it should commission this Oxford ethicist to tell the truth about Britain’s past.
“I’m very, very positive about China, but I’m very, very negative about the Chinese Communist Party.”
“So there’s no doubt, we are the underdog. But the point is, the Mayor’s record is so terrible it’s allowed us an opportunity.”
Her told a meeting in 1994 that “it has recently been said that the option of leaving the Community [is] ‘unthinkable’. I believe this attitude is rather simplistic.”
He names his favourite carol, pledges an independent inquiry into anti-Muslim hatred within the Tory Party, and says his record explains why he can be trusted.
The Business Secretary argues that Parliament’s actions are “discouraging businesses from taking the steps they need to take”, and holding up private sector investment.
As the final volume of the authorised biography appears, its author remarks that by the end, there was almost no one who could say: “Come on Margaret, stop it.”
“Dignity, kindness, authority rather than bossiness, and I do believe that those things could be brought to the Chair by a woman.”
The former Party Chairman and Chief Whip says the only way to save moderate conservatism is to get Brexit through.
The former Foreign Secretary and London Mayor runs the gauntlet. We revive our readers’ interviews.
We revive our readers interviews, and the Foreign Secretary fields questions on policy, politics and personality.
The front runner on extension, Scotland, that Islamophobia inquiry, wrestling naked with Hunt – and taking a Trollope to bed in Downing Street.