Or will the upcoming SDSR be used to change the Government’s plans?
Posts Tagged: Michael Fallon MP
A legacy of the Corbyn surge, whoever wins the party’s leadership, is that getting its support for bombing in the autumn will be as problematic as ever – if not more so.
Imposing an obligation on suppliers and shippers to hold a certain proportion of their gas in store ahead of every winter would be the most cost-effective solution.
The Blair-era instinct of trying to manage a crisis by ‘winning’ the day-to-day news grid is inadequate to the challenges facing the Government.
The results here find the Tories struggling to break through, but also a strong indication of the rewards should they do so.
“This is a new Parliament, and it is for all members too consider carefully how best to tackle ISIL, an evil caliphate that does not respect state boundaries.”
I believe the time has come for a broadening in the uses of the aid budget and a critical rethink of the way in which the department operates.
The Defence Secretary has suggested a limited deployment of forces to stem the tide of refugees. Yet even if strategically sound, is such a plan politically possible?
The Defence Secretary also says migrants will keep on trying to cross the Mediterranean if they think they’re going to be settled.
Ministers who want Brexit should be free to campaign for No during the referendum. And the Prime Minister should be free to get on with the renegotiation he wants.
The Defence Secretary argues that the Labour leader would be in thrall to Scottish nationalists who would strip Britain of its nuclear deterrent.
Meanwhile, May’s rating rallies and Fallon’s stabilises.
Putin’s threat to the Baltic states is sharpening attention on Britain’s neglected commitments to our allies.
The Chancellor displaces IDS, who had occupied the top-spot for the previous three months.
Including the latest from the rolling future leadership hustings at the Pale, Male and stale Dining Club.