One of the most striking developments was Mordaunt criticising the use of the word ‘woman’ in the Ministerial and other Maternity Allowances Bill.
Though micro-measures aimed at those responsible might work: travel bans, asset seizures, arrest warrants.
So the only question that remains, given this new compromise plan, is: what’s the Government’s objection now?
It’s a terrible milestone and Ministers throughout the UK will be blamed. How could our governments and administrations do better next time?
The Prime Minster could do worse than dust down the Social Justice Outcomes Framework published by the Coalition Government.
There’s a case for empowering our courts to make a genocide ruling over the Uighars. But not for giving them a veto on trade deals in doing so.
Lord Fowler has identified the right problem in the wake of yesterday’s appointments but advanced the wrong solution.
Under new proposals, bilateral trade deals with genocidal states would be revoked or prohibited.
From medical prognoses through doctors’ assessments to non-existent codes of practice, the proposal lacks reliable safeguards.
Ministers are indeed attempting to restore the power to call an election to the Prime Minister, using the Royal Prerogative – and shield it from the courts.
Put your questions to the Eurosceptic firebrand, former Labour MP and newly-appointed Baroness.
Creating temporary arrangements around fishing and other areas may not be ideal, but it is a better option than the prospect of no deal.
Finding a new Chief of Staff is only the start of the changes that Johnson needs to make his government work.
Johnson’s supporters still think the controversial provisions can be delivered if the Government holds its nerve. But the clock is ticking.
Allowing those who we now require to be in education until they’re 18 to lose £350 a week in fixed odds online gambling is madness.