But more of our Party member respondents want her to leave Downing Street before the next election than don’t – as in every survey since last June.
Last year’s General Election came as a shock. But Jeremy Corbyn may finally be running out of excuses for the dubious company he keeps.
Evidence is mounting that the Assembly simply doesn’t – and perhaps can’t – deliver good government consistently. But the deal which founded it is treated as holy writ.
His profound sense of failure, and scorching humility, live on in his notes to himself in his Prayers and Meditations.
The new Gove has all the energy and imagination of the old – but is less willing to fight others. What’s changed?
Is he adapting to get things done? Might he be adjusting to life as an emergent elder statesman? Or could it all be about leadership ambition? His reinvention continues.
Should new NHS spending be funded by a tax increase? Is Russia a threat to our security? The transition deal – good or bad?
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All credit to the brave victims who brought the legal challenge, and to those who backed them. But the Government should have fought the decision in the first place.
He is the laziest and most self-indulgent Leader of the Opposition in living memory.
At each turn to date, they have decided that the best shouldn’t be the enemy of the good. Which suggests that they won’t vote against any heads of agreement – however imperfect.
The failure to confront anti-semitism within the Labour Party has led to a total breakdown of trust.
The “extraordinary international response by our allies” amounts to “the largest collective expulsion of Russian intelligence officers ever”, Johnson says.
If a new tax is not to be posited as the answer to each new problem, Conservatives must start thinking about new ways of controlling the rise in spending.
To Diehard Remainers. You lost. Get over it. Drop the conspiracy theories – and stop assuming Leave voters are thick.
Lavish campaign spending does not guarantee electoral success. If it did, Brexit wouldn’t be happening. And Theresa May would now have a majority.
Both leading EU states and the US are following the Prime Minister’s lead on Russia.
But expansion won’t take off for a long time yet, if at all – and, ominously for the Government, a Select Committee report published today has big concerns about costs.