The way the Article 50 process works does not aid attempts to halt Britain leaving.
Posts Tagged: Nicky Morgan MP
To turn Lord Denning on his head, Brexit is like “an incoming tide flowing up the estuaries of England”.
Plus: I now love Liverpool. Getting ready for Birmingham. Come and hear me interview David Davis there. And: My most shameful secret revealed.
The combination of a small majority, radical intent, a flow of power one way to Cabinet Ministers and another to key aides requires adjustment.
It’s predominately a tight-knit group of former staffers who’ve worked together before. No change there. But it has a more provincial and state school feel.
Voters re-engaged. Brexit endorsed. May resplendent. So ends the best political year that this country has seen for a long time.
The daring leitmotif of her first week in office has been a purge not of Leavers but of a subset of her fellow Remainers.
Sorting out the school inspection system in an early challenge for Justine Greening.
Plus: I tip him as Brexit Secretary, and just look what happens next.
Live blog: May’s reshuffle, day two. Clark to Business, Patel to International Development, Bradley to Culture.
News and analysis as it happens.
Her camp wants to move on from the subject. Quite right. But she will find it hard to do so until she has put doubts about her commitment to rest.
Who backs whom.
Fox and Leadsom are on 13 per cent, Crabb is on 9 per cent, the rest are nowhere.
Cameron’s successor will have no mandate from voters and the Government already has no workable majority in the Commons.
It will act as a source of advice for ministers, for which recent events have shown the need.
And Boris’s presence in the news helps him to draw support from other potential pro-Brexit candidates.