Nearly everything believed to exercise Labour more than the Tories was also named more often as a priority for “me and my family” than for Britain as a whole.
They include both the working class vote being up for grabs…and the Party adapting to the changing nature of modern Britain.
She says that it must end after Brexit.
May needs to demonstrate that Whitehall is prepared – deal or no deal. Crossing one’s fingers and hoping for transition is not an alternative, or shouldn’t be.
With the stakes as high as they are, the Tories need to throw the kitchen sink at the Opposition to drag themselves ahead in the polls.
One way to ease their relocation to the UK would be to suspend the two-year Habitual Residence test on British Citizens living abroad.
Britain could flourish under the minimalist WTO-type settlement that seems to be his bottom line. But it is not the optimal outcome, and threatens a significant downside.
It was the former Prime Minister himself who presided over the drawing up of the Article 50 process from which there is no known means of resiling.
The Defence Secretary adds that Blair “has got to get over it”.
The idea that all groups should have the same outcomes is just an update of the old socialist idea of equality of outcome – ignoring the choices that individuals make.
Despite the lazy stereotypes, there’s a striking amount of common ground across partisan and referendum divides.
Has anyone told Barry Gardiner about this latest change? Only last month, he wrote that staying in the Customs Union would be “a disaster”.
“A lot of voters know from experience they’ll have a new policy by Wednesday,” our Executive Editor argues.
Labour’s latest ‘new position’ on leaving the EU is even more confused than all their previous positions.
A visa programme for experienced fishermen from outside the EEA would throw a lifeline to an industry which is vital to many coastal communities.