The current enthusiasm for income tax cuts is in danger of getting out of hand.
Posts Tagged: Dominic Raab MP
Matthew Elliott: The Balance of Competences review is unbalanced – and here’s how it can be put right.
It’s time for new brains, new thinking – and for the new generation of Tory MPs to rescue this discredited exercise.
Crunching the numbers from yesterday’s vote suggests conventional wisdom doesn’t quite match reality.
87 Conservatives, 10 Labour and 2 DUP back it, while the Conservative payroll abstains.
The Government’s handling of the Raab amendment is a dog’s dinner – and will encourage more rebellions
Ambitious MPs will be watching the impact of a well-targeted amendment, and wondering how to get some of the action for themselves.
Downing Street must play its own part in making peace with the Euro-sceptics.
The Esher and Walton MP’s campaign to crack down on abuses of human rights is also a sign of how the Commons is changing.
If the amendment doesn’t get through it may be that Labour or the Lib Dems are to blame. But it might be the pride of Sir Humphrey.
The Eurosceptic MP for Witham (and ConservativeHome columnist) lands a fifth of the vote.
By Peter HoskinFollow Peter on Twitter With the Budget less than a couple of weeks away, I thought it would be… Read more »
By Matthew BarrettFollow Matthew on Twitter My series profiling the groups of Tory MPs continues with a look at a pioneering Eurosceptic… Read more »
In a letter to Theresa May, Dominic Raab MP sets out Tory backbenchers’ concerns about the Communications Data Bill
By Peter HoskinFollow Peter on Twitter We already knew that the Government is redrafting the Communications Data Bill after opposition to… Read more »
By Matthew BarrettFollow Matthew on Twitter. One of the two biggest political stories today, the summit to consider the next… Read more »
By Matthew BarrettFollow Matthew on Twitter. Guido Fawkes has a list of new Conservative members of Select Committees, from Graham… Read more »