If people vote for the pork, that’s what we’re all getting, even those of us who preferred beef or vegetables.
Posts Tagged: Donald Trump
“If my hands are small, something else must be small. I guarantee there’s no problem.”
Plus: Gummer gets it wrong, Barwell gets it right, Heywood gets oily, the Republicans get extreme…and why Boris may get Transport.
Fear of the fate that is set to befall the Republicans – the same that befell Labour last year – is hobbling the prospects for the Feldman review.
I believe that a change in our relationship with Europe could provide a fantastic opportunity to achieve this greater Britain we all want to see.
Fraser Raleigh: British Conservatives and American Republicans are drifting further and further apart
It is a case of adapt of die. With Cameron, we adapted. With Trump and Cruz, the Republicans are refusing to do so.
The row over the Prime Minister’s remarks about local Associations has been mostly concocted. But the need for Party reform is real. We open a ConHome series.
Plus: Trump v Sanders? Beckett’s report: smell the ostrich dung. And: I have never used poppers.
The Spelthorne MP made the case that such a ban would be ‘a spectacular own goal’.
Plus: Loathsome Winston McKenzie. Alex Salmond, Thatcher fan. The indestructible Keith Vaz. And: my interview with Charles Moore is well worth a listen.
Carswell and I predicted that the internet would finish off top-down politics, but I still find it weird when it actually happens.
Not since the days of the Chartists has the petition been so popular. Some may be silly, but overall this is good for democracy.
We must handle the coming EU referendum and leadership election with decency, tolerance and unity of purpose.
May’s flirtation with populist demands to ban the Republican frontrunner is out of kilter with her record of considered decision-making.
Globalisation has divided rich countries economically. Trump speaks for those who have lost out.