MPs and activists should be asking themselves a big question: what is it that made him popular in the first place?
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More police are needed on patrol with more powers to act. Tougher sentences for acid and knife crimes. If no progress is made the Home Office need to take back control from the Mayor.
WATCH: Johnson — work is “going on now” regarding any people here with Kremlin links who have “obtained wealth by corruption”
The Foreign Secretary responds to questioning about UK sanctions against Russia and Russians.
“The only way to win the future is not to retreat from the world, not to abandon globalisation but to play our part, as we always have, in making the world safer and freer.”
“A society that does not judge you for where you come from or your background or how you live your life provided you do no harm to others that is the syncretic genius of our country.”
Lord Ashcroft’s conference diary: Revealed – the MP who led the singing of Happy Birthday to the Prime Minister
Plus: I’ve worked as a postman, a barman and a swimming pool attendant, the new for new talent, and welcoming Michael Dugher.
Before it was published, speculation ran amok. The BBC even claimed it made the stronger case. Its publication sinks a few myths.
Andrew Gimson’s Conference Diary: Quite right, Prime Minister – we don’t need to punch above our weight
I am thinking of founding a party which will stand up for the privileged few.
The prime minister will be judged not only on her response to Brexit, but also on her response to the threats we face — and the relationship between the two.
They should aim to minimise contrasts with this popular man, and highlight how far removed the Remain campaign is from ‘hope and change’.
He said Britain should leave the EU if Britain’s relationship with it did not change. And since Cameron’s negotiation hasn’t changed that relationship, he is being true to his word.
“The London Labour party – Trots and militants with vested interests and indeed interesting vests.”
Londoners are left to accept that more must mean worse.
One nation means the poor as well as the rich being able to afford a family break.
Members from a broad range of backgrounds competed and forged firm friendships during the long days of the campaign.