Is Patel about to come out fighting for Brexit? Will Gove resist Cameron’s pleas? And what about Boris?
Posts Tagged: John Whittingdale MP
Ministers have a course to follow if they don’t like Cameron’s draft EU deal. And, no, it isn’t to resign.
The Arts Minister defends Tracey Emin, but is most proud of leaving the Arts Council alone.
And we hope that more now join Duncan Smith, Grayling, Villiers and co.
Were they all to do so, it follows that Cameron would have no need to offer Ministers a free vote – as he should.
Liam Fox today comes out for Leave. In the meanwhile, the Mayor has his own decision to make, and what looks like a snare set before his feet…
He may not get the deal in February and referendum next summer that he’s pushing for. But if he does, Party management will be deeply problematic.
Here’s a case for and a case against.
Who are the six Cabinet ministers who want to leave the EU? And can Cameron really afford to sack them?
Insisting that they back Remain or lose their jobs would be wrong – and it looks increasingly risky, too.
A pluralist model including other providers would allow all of us to learn what public service broadcasting really is.
Here are The Freedom Association’s recommendations to John Whittingdale to secure the future of the Corporation.
Many eyes are on the Mayor of London, but more should be on the Home Secretary – as the only holder of a great office of state who may yet back Leave.
Nicky Morgan’s leadership ambitions and next week’s Conservative Conference give us the chance to hold a snap review.
Boris has recovered from his worst-ever showing last month, but this is still his second-worst-ever.
The Culture Secretary has been one of its most scathing critics. Rather than defend it now, he should embrace Gove’s calls for change.