The campaign feels better run, including online. People massively prefer Boris Johnson to Corbyn. The question is whether it is enough
“What we’ll do is make sure that the Government, and Parliament, has got control.”
The Home Office minister denies allegations that the Tories are setting arbitrary and unachievable targets with their promised points-based model.
The Leader of the Opposition stonewalls on the question of what his party’s plans are regarding freedom of movement post-Brexit.
He says Labour wants a “balanced, fair approach” and will not set an “arbitrary target” like the Conservatives.
The ‘tens of thousands’ pledge has been ditched, replaced by something more vague.
The first piece of a series this week about what the Conservative Manifesto should look like.
Would they actually think that, now Brexit’s done and immigration back under control, that they can return to their natural home in the Labour Party?
The place to put these proposals to the test is at a general election, not in a Parliament apparently determined to do little other than delay Brexit.
“Let’s finally believe in ourselves…We have always had the courage to be original, to do things differently, and now we are about to take another giant step.”
Middle class hostility to the working class and lower middle class is common, while working class and lower middle class hostility is practically non-existent.
Almost half of the UK’s fastest-growing startups have at least one foreign-born founder – many of whom came to the UK to study, then stayed to work.
If it is seen as creating a back-door for low-skilled immigration it risks eroding the very public trust which has given the Government political space to liberalise the rules.
We must not allow a situation where, through oversight, such a child, years from now, could face a Windrush-type debacle.
Javid said it would be impossible to reconcile with the Government’s commitments to EU nationals currently in the UK, and it still looks as if he’s right.