The Prime Minister made it as easy as he could for Labour MPs to support the Bill, and the Leader of the Opposition did not make it very hard.
Posts Tagged: Iain Duncan Smith MP
The Malthouse Amendment experience of different people coming together shows that unity is possible.
“When Jeremy Corbyn came to my constituency he was distinctly unwelcome. Only about 70 people turned up and he shipped them all in.”
My local secondary schools were no-go areas and no one from my primary school went to one. That won’t be my children’s experience, and he can take a lot of credit.
Brexit has changed much for them, but less than one might think – at least when it comes to their strategic position at Westminster.
We regularly describe ourselves as a broad church – and correctly so. Any alignment with the Brexit Party would see that width of appeal narrowed.
In both cases their opponents resort to character assassination and are left with no one against whom they can argue.
Owen Bennett sets out the known facts about an astonishing Tory.
WATCH: “This is a major failure and the government has to answer this charge very quickly indeed”. Duncan Smith on Iran.
He wants to know why the Government did not take more steps to safeguard British shipping, including an apparent offer of US support.
From Reggie to Rory Sahib: Greetings on your Grand Tour. Here, Boris and J.Hunt esquire are showering punters with taxpayers’ cash
There are all these ghastly photos of them hugging passers by and avoiding difficult questions.
Interview. Johnson says that every member of his Cabinet must sign up to Britain leaving the EU on 31st October – deal or no deal
The front runner on extension, Scotland, that Islamophobia inquiry, wrestling naked with Hunt – and taking a Trollope to bed in Downing Street.
Dom Morris: A National Welfare Council, uniting disparate departments and agencies, could greatly alleviate poverty
This strategic approach has brought sizeable benefits in the field of security, and could work for welfare, too.
Daniel Hannan: Better to select the Tory leader like the Dalai Lama than elect him in this preposterous way
I just can’t see how parliamentary sovereignty is compatible with a potential Prime Minister being nominated by an extra-parliamentary body.
There’s little evidence from the history of either main party to suggest that it has counted much to date electorally – if at all.
The present election will turn on whether MPs and activists put national popularity before ideological soundness.