“People around the world are looking now and saying ‘finally, someone stood up against that’, and the world said ‘enough’ to the use of such weapons.”
“Do you agree with John McDonnell, who said this was…state-sponsored?” “If we’re going to make an…assertion like that we’ve got to have the absolute evidence…”
Plus: For and against bombing Syria. For Andrew Neil. Against Andrew Adonis. And: not an erection in sight.
The one-time Transport Secretary is accused of turning into “the crazier, shoutier end of Twitter” and going “a bit Paul Mason”.
Earlier this month, however, when it emerged that another rape gang had been operating with impunity, this time in Telford, the silence was deafening.
“It is not about Remain or Leave,” the Observer journalist replies – while notably failing to say “yes”.
Its reputation and market share has taken a buffeting recently, but its position is recoverable.
He could have a future as a political commentator of unusual perceptiveness, who understands that everything is in flux.
The Tees Valley mayor says his area was “left behind in the Blair and Brown years”, and this is a chance to rebalance the economy.
Will the Broxtowe MP be tuning in to the Moggcast?
The new Party Chairman says the current localised structure means he doesn’t know the total – but promises a figure “in future”.
Not only can we teach our children to read but we can also defeat illiteracy in our prisons.
“Damian was my Parliamentary neighbour for many years – he’s denied it, I believe him.”
“If we remain under the European Court of Justice and we’re making large, obligatory payments to the budget…we will have stayed in the European Union.”
The Shadow Chancellor doesn’t know the current cost of debt interest.