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Henry Newman: Incoherent, contradictory and palpably ridiculous – the Opposition’s Brexit policy is a farce
The Conservatives should spend more time exposing the divisions on the Labour benches and less time arguing among themselves.
The Opposition claims to honour the outcome of the referendum, while opposing the UK taking back control of its laws, its money, and its borders.
Economically, it could be transformational, as it has been in Norway, which established its fund back in the early 1990s. It is now worth over a trillion dollars.
WATCH: McDonnell – I refuse to a price on nationalisations, because if I did I would “lose that debate”
Despite not saying how much it will cost, the Shadow Chancellor continues to claim he knows “it will pay for itself”.
The Shadow Chancellor says he could “give a clearer view” of Labour’s position if the party were involved in the negotiations.
It continues to clear the deficit, prepare for Brexit, and back our businesses with the support they need to boost productivity.
The Shadow Chancellor doesn’t know the current cost of debt interest.
We cannot be the tired heavyweight in the twilight of their career landing a few punches. We need the energy and urgency of the underdog to go on the attack.
George Freeman: We need a new Chairman and team at CCHQ to lead a radical programme of Conservative renewal
Let’s have Policy Board outside of the constraints of the Government machine – and a commission on what Britain should look like post-Brexit.
He never resolved his conflict between being brought up to repress his emotions and as a politician having to express them.
The Opposition appear determined to undermine any hope of securing a good exit deal for Britain.
James Frayne: Healthcare, crime and justice, quality retirement and the provinces. Four priorities for the Centre-Right
It ought to be focused on those areas that the public really care about and where it can meaningfully offer useful policy ideas.
No, the Government is not on the verge of collapse. Only Tory MPs can currently force its demise. Which they shouldn’t.
Its poll rating is 40 per cent or so, the economy is growing, and an election isn’t due until 2022. A sense of perspective is essential – for all the Government’s weaknesses.
Kelvin Hopkins’ belated suspension contrasts with the treatment of Simon Danczuk over very similar claims.