Get Heywood and Robbins out; get Rees-Mogg and Duncan Smith in. There is still a chance to reverse last week’s defeat.
We fall into the trap of attack Corbyn’s creaking socialism where we should instead be learning from the new movement’s vibrancy.
We need a new negotiating team – who will come in hard, making it clear to the EU that we are not going to roll over.
The train companies have done a good job – the delays are usually caused by the state owned Network Rail which is responsible for the tracks.
We must insist that an “in principle” agreement on trade be reached by the end of March 2018 – otherwise the EU will have us over a barrel.
Syed Kamall: That there has been a Brexit talks breakthrough is no thanks to the Commission’s negotiating plan
Hopefully, these efforts will pay off next week when national leaders decide whether to open talks on trade and a transition period. It is time to get down to business.
Gisela Stuart: Ministers are mistaken. Regulatory alignment is Single Market membership in all but name. Here’s why.
The Prime Minister must reach an agreement which lays out clearly in black and white that the UK will not be relegated to the position of ‘rule-taker’.
Ministers need to be less political and more pragmatic about which technologies can sustain our economy in the decades ahead.
Jacob Rees-Mogg: Why won’t the Education Department honour our manifesto pledge on Catholic schools?
There is no wriggle room in the commitment. Yet the department has decided to have an enquiry to decide whether to do what was promised or not.
Giving terminally ill, mentally competent adults more choice and control at the end of their lives is a Conservative goal. We should support it.
Henry Newman: It is claimed that the EU has conceded nothing and our Government much. But in truth, both sides have moved.
Its behaviour suggests that it is actually quite keen to do a deal, and is becoming more aware of the limits of what can be pushed through the fragile British system.
Yes, survival rates in this country are at their highest ever level, but then so are international survival rates. Our real challenge is to close the gap with averages – let alone the best.
Nicholas Mazzei: Let’s build on Bitcoin – by abolishing cash and switching to a digital pound sterling
Doing so would reduce crime, improve tax revenues and boost productivity.
Thomas Bridge: Don’t knock Varadkar. He is doing his job – but he is also one of the best friends we have.
What is almost certainly motivating the Taoiseach’s comments is the lack of concrete proposals about how proposed new arrangements will work.
Yet embracing change doesn’t mean blinkered acceptance. It is a core Conservative belief that robust rules are needed to ensure one person’s freedom doesn’t trample that of others.