As we write, the Prime Minister is expected to make it clear today that she will step down as Conservative leader on June 10.
Posts Tagged: Donald Trump
By nominating him, they would be wagering a similar bet to the one they placed in 2016 when Clinton was selected as the safe candidate.
Here in Britain, the two main parties are being punished by voters for tearing up their Brexit commitments.
Obsessing with a Washington debate about impeachment is a gift to the President, who repeats a far simpler message.
Good luck to every Conservative standing for election today. Let us hope that in future much more power is devolved to the roles you are competing for.
Onward puts the importance placed on the environment amongst under 35s in roughly the same category as housing and education.
Profile. Nigel Farage – the career politician who denounces career politicians. With abundant energy and brilliant timing.
One wonders whether he feels a kind of disappointed love for the Tories – or for them as he thinks they ought to be.
Iain Dale: The Conservatives treated Widdecombe with disdain. They will pay the price in lost votes next month.
Plus: Creepy Biden, useless TIGs, spineless Tory MPs…and why I’d favour Scottish independence were I fully Scottish.
Ben Roback: Trump’s state visit. Problems abound. But interests – trade, defence, the Special Relationship – endure.
The visit should serve as a timely reminder that the last especially outlasts any individual President or Prime Minister.
Andrew Gimson’s PMQs sketch: Lidington gives the impression that on Brexit the Government is becalmed
The Prime Minister’s deputy baffled inquiry with consummate professionalism.
Talks with Brussels appear to have stalled completely over agriculture, but things appear more promising in Beijing.
What do and don’t we know about Mueller’s investigation, the Trump campaign, and Russian interference?
Cutting through the fog of war and spin can be tricky, but here are the fundamental facts so far.
Andrew Gimson’s Commons sketch: May is no Trump, no populist, but nor is she much of a parliamentarian
The Prime Minister looked alone at the Despatch Box.
Leadsom seems to be the only one with lead in her pencil. All she needs now is to grow big fat hairy balls.
WATCH: Trump on Brexit. “It’s tearing a country apart…it’s actually tearing a lot of countries apart. It’s a shame it has to be that way.”
“I think we will stay right in our land,” the President says, changing the subject as quickly as possible.