Plus: Farage’s new radio show. Tim Barrow’s new appointment. And: the worst Christmas that I’ve ever had.
Posts Tagged: Arron Banks
He might have got his life back, but he doesn’t seem to want to give up the limelight.
There is a misunderstanding about Arron Banks’s claim that Brendan Cox has chosen “to massively politicise” the murder of his wife, Jo Cox.
The Chancellor suggested that thoughtful politicians incline to one. But the more thoughtful one is about it, the more problematic it looks.
The People’s Army has lost thousands of members, has barely any money and is still beset by infighting.
Also: Demands for probe into expenses of SNP MPs as costs soar; economist says Wales no longer ‘significantly underfunded’; and more.
The concept of a non-party party, standing independents to “clean up politics” has been tried before.
Plus: Osborne – terrible at predictions but brilliant at quizzes. The Brexiteers sweep the Select Committee board. And: all the very best to Nick Boles.
The biggest challenge for their new leader will be escaping Farage’s shadow. The second biggest challenge will be keeping their major donor happy.
Her camp wants to move on from the subject. Quite right. But she will find it hard to do so until she has put doubts about her commitment to rest.
With the departure of their leader, and the Leave victory achieved, the “People’s Army” is turning its eyes to new voters and new messages.
When someone invites you to the White House Correspondents’ Dinner, you don’t say no. Here’s what happened – including Rachel Whetstone backing Leave.
Ranting and raving about his shortcomings is more likely to turn off the floating voters needed to win the referendum than otherwise.
Iain Dale: The task of Leave campaigners now is to come together, unite – and fight the campaign of their lives.
Plus: The ludicrous Evan Harris. My broken mobile. The menace of TTIP. The smears of Yvette Cooper. And: why Polly Toynbee swiftly changed the subject.
Leave EU v Vote Leave. Complex details, simple choice. Do you want a UKIP-flavoured Brexit campaign or not?
The sooner all concerned grasp this, the better.