The Tory peer, and former MEP, will take on the job of shepherding the Withdrawal Bill through the House of Lords.
Posts Tagged: Ministers
You would have to go back more than 20 years to find a time when fewer secretaries of state held northern constituencies.
Raab, Badenoch, Sunak, O’Brien, Eustice, Frazer and Tugendhat should all be more senior and more visible.
The complete team is now in place.
Placing every single decision in the hands of a tiny group is not a viable long-term strategy, but a recipe for total (nervous) breakdown.
Should the Government keep the triple lock? And students in the immigration figures? Take our General Election survey.
And what else should be in the manifesto? Plus, rate ministers’ performance.
There is a handful of Ministers who unfortunately display two or three of these signs. They know who they are – and so does Theresa May.
Politics requires both action and explanation.
Ministers and their advisers can actually focus on their executive function, rather than incessant communication and rebuttal.
Plus: Is President Trump a good thing or a bad thing? And how do you rate the performance of each Cabinet minister?
A tumultuous political year has brought a lot of changes to the list.
Mostly Remainers. Almost all May supporters. Majority female. The 21 new intake MPs promoted to PPS.
What does their selection reveal about the Government’s priorities? And why are some other rising stars missing?
The Institute for Government’s new guide reminds us that the Conservative-Liberal Democrat partnership helped to improve Britain for the better.
All the breaking news and reaction on the formation of the first Conservative majority government since 1992.
Reducing the number of ministers does little in itself to shrink the state – in fact, it may be counter-productive.