The former adviser to George Osborne and David Davis is joined by our own assistant editor on a panel discussing who will succeed Theresa May, and when.
Posts Tagged: Henry Hill
Fewer women. The same ethnic minority share. More people educated at state schools. The Tory intake of 2017.
On the usual form of general elections, it shouldn’t be there at all – and is more shaped by the Party’s leadership than any of its predecessors.
The first part of a mini-series on the growth of judicial power.
Also: GMB claim SNP demand for Trident removal is election stunt; Cairns sets out conditions for UK Tata bailout, Stormont divisions over EU; and more.
The Prime Minister’s determination to keep our country together does her great credit – but she won’t do so by endlessly retreating.
A note of thanks and appreciation from the Editor.
The Scottish conference has strengthened the hand of the hard left in London, and the UK leader has cheered on their major strategic mistakes in turn.
Also: Police Scotland referred to UN over stop and search; more woe for Wood as she scrapes top of Plaid list; and Brit plot to transplant Hong Kong to NI revealed.
Also: Northern Ireland welfare reform talks deadlock; Jones attacks reserved powers proposals as ‘pre-devolutionary’; and NI21 tragedy just won’t end.
Also: SNP bid for Brexit veto rejected; Burnham and Kendall take their cases to Wales; and the Commons rejects full fiscal autonomy for Scotland.
It is being cited by those who seek to replace the distinct strengths of our ancient constitution with tired, American orthodoxies.
Also: Jones allies with Sturgeon on EU; SNP set to storm Scottish elections; opposition grows to Welsh e-cig ban; and SDLP leader to resign Stormont seat.
Also: ‘Self-financing’ Yes campaign bankrolled by the SNP; and Welsh Labour minister uninterested in ‘English Labour’ leadership contest.
Also: Welsh Conservative leader disowns the national manifesto; and Villiers defends the party’s choice of candidates in Northern Ireland.
Also: the DUP rule out any formal parliamentary arrangement with the SNP; and the Tories grant the Welsh Assembly powers of redefinition.