Absent a clearly articulated strategy business uncertainty will heighten, and severe non-compliance is risked
Posts Tagged: Fraser Nelson
Daniel Hannan: The abuse, outrage and viciousness is hurled overwhelmingly at those of us who back ending the lockdown
A common threat, especially in the form of a pathogen, flicks switches in our brains, making us less tolerant of dissent.
Plus: Why won’t Corbyn come on LBC and give an interview? He hasn’t done once since becoming Labour leader.
Daniel Hannan: That Brexit film works as drama. But it doesn’t as history. I should know. I was there.
The real flaw in Graham’s film was the implication that Vote Leave won by turning the European question into something else.
Interview: James Kirkup on trans. And how campaigners have exploited MPs’ fear of being accused of transphobia.
And he asks: why did the Women and Equalities Select Committee choose an adviser open to the charge of being parti pris?
In all, there are 30 new entries in the whole list, one down on last year and two down on the 2016 record of 33.
These concerns, however, often only add to the need for us to remain ethically and democratically engaged, particularly regarding the most emotive cases.
To my mind, once some kind of base fairness has been established, then it’s best to leave cultural transformations down to demand.
Though if May moves Philip Hammond, or seeks to, she is also likely to move Boris Johnson, or try to.
Justified calls for a national government’s overthrow are usually confined to those in which there is a serious threat of tyranny or the breakdown of civil order.
From Spain to Italy to America, parties of organised labour are in trouble. The blue collar base didn’t come out for them – and may not come out for Corbyn either.
The selections in the two Tory-held seats to date have both been won by women; and there is at least one woman on the shortlist of every such seat yet to select.
The story of who won (like David Davis). And who lost (like Zac Goldsmith).
The free marketeers don’t like all his proposals, and quotas would lower standards. But many of his plans head in the right direction.
The occupant of Number 11 may seek to become what Margaret Thatcher claimed to be after she was brought down: “a good back seat driver”.