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Plus: No, the Trump-Kim Jong Un summit wasn’t altogether a failure. And: Costa should get his old job back.
Grayling, Patten, the Far Right, the IRA, Brexit, the Speaker – and the difference between a threat and a warning
If two men are in a car, and the passenger says to the driver: “Look out! You’re going to crash,” he is shouting out the second, not the first.
Today’s Daily Mail confirms that, under Geordie Grieg, its editorial policy has shifted. Clean Brexit supporters are short of a committed backer that counts.
Robert Halfon: Please, please free me from Brexit Groundhog Day Brexit Groundhog Day Brexit Groundhog Day…
Plus: The train of communism stalls but the train of conservatism stutters. And: Tackling Burning Injustices does not mean taxing milkshakes.
As our proprietor and his co-author prepare to release a new book on defence, we say again what we’ve said before about the implications of Brexit for the armed forces.
The radical, anti-establishment, change-focused election launch speech drafted for May – but which she never delivered. Full text.
It was junked for a Crosby-approved alternative. Here it is in full for the first time.
A new biography fails to convey the Scottish Conservative Leader’s gusto, but does show how traditional she is.
The former’s readership has risen. The latter’s leadership is changing. What will this and other changes mean for our political culture?
Robert Halfon: There’s a sense in the air that party splits are coming. But here’s a surprise – they won’t be over Europe
Plus: ditching Corbyn – it’s not that easy for Britain’s Jews. And: thanks to Tracey Crouch and Danny Kruger, the Big Society is back.
Grieve behaved with the prudence of the Grand Old Duke of York, but suggested everyone has gone mad.
Long-standing Leavers, who stood out for personal conviction against the Party leadership, should understand Remainers who are now in the same position.
For 26 years, the Daily Mail’s editor ensured his newspaper was a loudhailer for a quiet majority – and he inspired love and loathing along the way.
The FT has the balanced “Grim outlook overshadows housing drive” while the Times goes for “Hammond eases off austerity”. The i has “Hammond’s hard-hat budget”.
It’s understandable why Paperchase chickened out over their Daily Mail advert – but it was still a mistake.