The court’s verdict should encourage Johnson to stop the practice of public bodies pledging allegiance to Stonewall.
Cummings has said he will hand over material to the inquiry. Will the committee ask the Government to do likewise?
Yesterday, he bent the passage of time – by giving the Commons the chance to carry out a Covid reckoning before the inquiry is up and running.
If anything is ‘dunked in 1950s sexism’, in Zac Goldsmith’s memorable tweet, it is the outdated concept of the First Lord of the Treasury’s plus-one.
The pace of departure, the allegations about him and how they’re being handled are all inextricably linked.
He denies being the source of leaks about it and Dyson; is silent on the Saudi-related leak about Newcastle United.
The rush towards Something Must Be Done should be paused. How about having a fresh look at ethics and values, as well as the concept of trust?
For us, the key question is: what was Greensill himself doing as an adviser to the Coalition in the first place?
The Lord Chancellor post could be returned to the Lords – and once again become both a senior judge and a Cabinet member at once.
“Investing in our youngest children will have a transformational impact,” says the former cabinet minister, as a review she leads publishes its plan.
The first piece in a ConHome mini-series this week on industrial strategy after the pandemic.
Our five year electoral cycle is driving MPs to compete for short-term green subsidies without questioning the medium-term consequences.
This is not to say that all of Dodds’ analysis is coherent or correct, but the days of unhinged Corbynite attacks on capitalism are over.
Government sometimes treats the constraints fatalistically, rather than seeing them as a problem that prices, incentives, and regulations could affect.
The emergency measures enacted to battle Covid have exposed the groupthink of Whitehall’s expert establishment.