“I’m afraid that I don’t have the authority to sanction Mr Hannan, but if you send in your comment in writing we’ll take note of it of course.”
“Austerity is not a choice. Austerity is what happens when you have a deficit. And we still have one of £50 billion.”
It was extraordinary to see British Europhiles taking Juncker’s side against May.
They themselves are proving May’s argument that they cannot be trusted to protect our national interest.
The Association told CCHQ they wanted him, but the central party declined to put him on the shortlist. Ping-pong could ensue.
The self-interest of both sides lies in maintaining friendly and productive relations with the other.
The malign old cadger’s deadly influence lives on.
She is giving people what they want, and heading off a populist revolt with a moderate, balance system.
Ricardo’s theory of comparative advantage is 200 years old, but still often misunderstood.
Well-meaning people think they help the poor by opposing markets. They’re wrong.
Do it well, and we could help world trade as well as our own interests.
My new book lays out a plan for a phased repatriation of power which will secure our sovereignty while maintaining links with our allies.
Johnson was second, Stuart third, Farage fourth. Our winner rose to the challenge of the TV debates, which probably explains the result.
He takes two in five votes. Boris Johnson is second on 21 per cent.
Almost six months on from the EU referendum, we present a mini-series on five people who helped to shape the result.