As we champion the Union, we need to recognise that each nation is having a subtly different conversation with itself about its future.
The start of the debate on the Queen’s Speech showed how the general election will be fought.
We can avoid the mistakes of the past by locating a new factory for electric car batteries in the regional home of vehicle manufacturing.
The vehement Johnson of last week transformed himself into a master of the soft word that turneth away wrath.
In comments given to ConservativeHome after the incident he said “The police have not contacted me at all” but that he “apologise[s] unreservedly”.
Both leaders are firing up their bases and seeking out all-or-nothing confrontations with their political enemies.
He cannot quite bring himself to say that he regrets the referendum that brought him down.
The Conservative Party could become the natural home for the urban working class if it revived these towns, David Skelton argues in his new book.
She also repeats Amber Rudd’s assertion that the Government is no longer actively pursuing a deal.
The Foreign Secretary makes the case for the Prime Minister’s controversial decision to remove the whip from MPs who rebelled on Benn.
“Mr Speaker I am not standing at the next election, and I am thus approaching the end of 37 years service to this House.”
The former Party Chairman and Chief Whip says the only way to save moderate conservatism is to get Brexit through.
Their real aim is to overturn the referendum result, wreck Brexit and destroy the Government we actually have.
The idea that one side or the other has a monopoly of truth is rightly abhorrent to him.
Campbell’s public letter testifies to the depth of the split on the Left.