The Foreign Secretary contends that by forming an aspirational coalition the Conservatives can gain votes in the North without losing support in the South.
Plus: I am seriously considering stepping back from Twitter. And: the play you must see.
A decision is expected when the Executive committee meets this week, and the poll itself is due to take place after June 21.
The legislation introduced by the Town and Country Planning Act 1947 is still remarkably unchanged to this day.
They described Johnson as a “dictator”, and want a local champion. The Conservatives have now selected their candidate.
The key theme in the Planning White Paper is local consent, which could unlock the door to new development.
All three PMs did about as well as anyone could in the circumstances, and all three, so far as one can see, are doomed.
What is clear is that systematic phonics, followed by sustained teaching of reading, can tackle the literacy deficit.
A new study by Anthony Seldon of the office of Prime Minister gives too little credit to the many among its 55 holders whom he dismisses as failures.
I tried to get Badenoch on my show, but it was a straight “no” from Number 10 (as usual).
The term is used to understand the views of people living in traditional Labour heartlands. But it’s more complicated than that.
During the last year, we’ve learned much about the Government – but far more about ourselves.
It accounts for a larger share of output and a much larger share of productivity growth in poorer regions of the UK
A new volume of essays puts special advisers in historical context, and suggests the Cabinet has been marginalised by a succession of over-mighty PMs.
It has a wonderful opportunity to preserve this value on campus. One that may not present itself again for some time.