We have allowed our enemies to infiltrate almost every power centre that matters and delegitimise our very existence.
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The Prime Minister says that she intends to serve a full term and is “getting on with the immediate job”.
Adapt to survive. How May must share power with her Cabinet, Tory MPs, Party members and the Commons.
Davidson should have a standing invite to attend Political Cabinet, and be encouraged to speak her mind – on Brexit, the DUP and anything else.
Placing every single decision in the hands of a tiny group is not a viable long-term strategy, but a recipe for total (nervous) breakdown.
If she tries to work through populist edicts and diktats, she will fail. And if the Right argues that a few tax cuts for the richest will solve our problems, this will be no better.
There is a handful of Ministers who unfortunately display two or three of these signs. They know who they are – and so does Theresa May.
Ultimately, happiness derives from things outside the state’s control. To the extent they can, politicians should encourage businesses that deliver them.
Theresa May’s austere approach to news management is a plus for government – at least, so far. But it’s turning out to be a minus for her ministers.
See his support for protectionism, big government, big debts – and more.
Alex Morton: Effective government comes first, delivering Brexit second – not the other way round. Here’s proof of why.
The tale of the Troubled Families programme helps to prove that if the state doesn’t work properly, we won’t gain from leaving the EU.
The combination of a small majority, radical intent, a flow of power one way to Cabinet Ministers and another to key aides requires adjustment.
Officials, advisers and Ministers will always need external expertise: what we need are conservative-minded experts.
How Cameron can bind up the Party’s wounds post-election.
Daniel Thornton: To make its Queen’s Speech work, the Government must handle Parliament better. Here’s how.
Ministers must consult and build alliances before rushing ahead with more ambitious reforms.
The clamour about last week’s elections and June’s EU referendum is obscuring the deep problems that the Government and the country face.