Plus: Don’t let the serialisation put you off Alan Duncan’s diaries – it’s the insights into being a Foreign Office minister that really shine.
The more you ponder the Commons arithmetic, the more you see why mass testing is likely to happen and why a state-run vaccine passport scheme is not.
A casualty of its changes in government was a confidential questionnaire for pupils – given out and collected by inspectors.
The sad truth is that many local Labour councils and local bureaucracies don’t want it: they’re scared of it.
Plus: Why did it take the police so long to investigate the endemic corruption within Liverpool City Council?
English understatedness and reticence is all very well, but England isn’t the whole of the UK – and, like much else, Britishness needs its symbols.
The term is used to understand the views of people living in traditional Labour heartlands. But it’s more complicated than that.
Starmer attacked Johnson for promising not to cut the size of the Army, yet now doing exactly that.
The Shadow Health Secretary says Labour is “very proud” of its record on improving women’s representation in parliament.
That there may be as many as three investigations into Saturday’s events on Clapham Common tells us much we need to know.
The Shadow Minister for Domestic Violence says a way should have been found for a peaceful remembrance to go ahead lawfully yesterday.
This old-style socialist turns out to be much more of a small-c conservative than his many critics are willing to admit.
Perhaps the simplest way of putting it is: it’s all about economic credibility, stupid. Because come 2024, it certainly will be.
This government should not be afraid to fix the rules that are currently breaking our country’s housing market.
The saga shows how vulnerable Britain’s planning system can be to high profile, articulate pressure groups.