You sometimes stand so close to something that you can’t really see it. So it is with the staggering implictations of what Britain did on June 23rd.
Posts Tagged: David Cameron MP
Lewis Baston: The Party Conference season. So often gripping and thrilling – and never more so than this year.
They will be strange, edgy experiences: I can hardly wait.
He has seamlessly made the transition from Cameron to May.
The former Prime Minister explains why he doesn’t feel he can continue to serve as MP for Witney.
What we wrote last March when he said that it was “very much my intention” to contest his Witney seat in 2020.
Like May’s older-feeling government, America’s presidential candidates fit the demographic facts.
Opponents of grammar schools, some supporters of them, a slice of the independent sector, secularists…all have reason not to be best pleased with her plans.
May decisions for autumn. 5) Will family policy simply be dumped? (Along with Cameron’s Life Chances Strategy?)
There is little evidence in May’s key speeches to date that her interest and imagination are gripped by the consequences of breakup and poor parenting.
Two new ConHome columns begin tomorrow.
Lord Ashcroft: Yes, my focus groups like May’s confident start. But she faces three potential pitfalls.
Achieving the right Brexit deal is the key. This would be a good deal easier if everyone agreed what the right deal looked like.
It’s predominately a tight-knit group of former staffers who’ve worked together before. No change there. But it has a more provincial and state school feel.
To date, she has seen foreign affairs through the prism of domestic security rather than that of intervention abroad.
He supports single market membership and is unlikely to enthuse about an industrial strategy. Meet the man who could make or mar May’s premiership.
The cranky Labour leader only got his chance because the Conservatives first beat Miliband and Balls.
The new Communities Secretary sees the construction of more homes as his priority. It is a daunting political mission.