The former Chancellor says that he had no option but to resign – given demands from Johnson that all his SpAds be removed.
The first is for, the second is against – at least in this case. A reminder of how stark December’s election dividing lines were.
“We can consign the next generation to overcrowding, standing up in the carriageways or we can have the guts to take a decision.”
“Fairness is a huge theme,” says our Chief Executive, in terms of free speech, welfare reform and crime.
“There is a distinction to be drawn between people who…have been part of the community…and people who have committed offences.”
“The North of England needs new rail lines that go East-West and North-South.”
He says the US is not behaving like an ally by refusing to send Anne Sacoolas, who is accused of killing British teenager Harry Dunn in a road accident, back to the UK.
He adds that he wouldn’t offer the former speaker a peerage, as he responds to comments made by Dawn Butler.
Butler claims the fact that Bercow is yet to receive a peerage ‘is also a form of bullying’.
The ConservativeHome columnist said that rather than a “civilised discussion” it “was about closing me down. I decided it wasn’t worth hanging around.”
Corbyn says of the Prime Minister his “vivid imagination seems to have taken over from his memory”.
“If we are brave…we can make a huge success of this venture for Britain, for our European friends and for the world”.
The Foreign Secretary on the prospect of the EU demanding a role for the court in a future trade deal.
“We were held responsible for every failure…this was the main problem. But the EU is like a miracle – almost impossible.”
“The direction of travel of the European Union on economic has been challenging neo-liberalism.”