I’m glad to see we’ve now had the guts to stop a tanker we believe is smuggling Iranian oil in defiance of sanctions on Syria.
It must necessarily have a worldview. The question is whether or not this has caught up with the Brexit vote.
What he detests is less liberalism than democracy, and the obstacle it poses to Russian foreign policy objectives.
Much of politics is teamwork. Can he now create a coalition among Tory MPs, not to mention Party members, that builds on his appeal to many voters?
Representing a council ward with an army barracks, I am delighted with Jeremy’s support for properly funded armed forces.
He says he’s best placed to deliver Brexit, slash corporation tax and beat Corbyn. And adds “I am not going to criticise Boris for going to a posher public school than me.”
Its new leader has said that the company is now resolved to remain in the United Kingdom, regardless of the outcome of the Brexit debate.
Britannia ruled the waves because of our sailors and the ships they served in, built in Britain by a skilled workforce. This is how we build the Royal Navy.
I found an incredibly likeable person – but although he knuckled down and scored some successes, he was better placed as Chief Whip than Defence Secretary.
What’s that you say? That what really matters is the Huawei decision itself? Quite so. And on that, we have an uncomfortable feeling that he’s right.
His friends say that the two clashed from the beginning of the Defence Secretary’s appointment – and suggest a vendetta.
The implication of the letter is that the former Defence Secretary withheld evidence from Mark Sedwill’s leak inquiry.
“I am confident that a thorough and full enquiry would have vindicated my position.”
This is the post she has long wanted, and will have been disappointed not to get last time round.
“The Prime Minister’s decision has been informed by his conduct surrounding the investigation.”