A pattern is beginning to form below the Defence Secretary, with Truss, Zahawi and Trevelyan coming in variously at second, third and fourth.
Posts Tagged: Nigel Adams MP
Meanwhile, Johnson is out of negative ratings for the first time in three months – and in comparative mid-table safety.
Johnson is still in negative ratings, though less so, and Sunak’s score is at its lowest since he became Chancellor.
And Ministers associated with support for Covid restrictions suffer noticeable falls in their scores.
Truss top, Wallace second, Sunak down, Gove up – and Johnson sixth from bottom in our post-shuffle Cabinet League Table
There is a willingness to give the new Cabinet a chance, but nervousness about the country’s economic prospects and the Party’s strategic direction.
Peter Oborne & Jan-Peter Westad: Conservative MPs with Muslim constituents are starting to speak up about Kashmir
This week marks a bleak anniversary for those from the former princely state. But there’s a new corrective to the Tory pro-India tilt.
Damian Green: Enough of this BBC-bashing. A weaker corporation would mean a weaker culture. And no Tory should want that.
If we are going to make a reality of Global Britain, we need to capitalise on the things about our country that the world likes and admires.
We’ll continue to update this as the Prime Minister fills out the lower ranks of his government.
Here’s our best stab at who is voting for whom, and this list will be updated each morning, as the contest continues.
He fills the roles vacated by Nigel Adams, and rounds out Theresa May’s latest bid to fill out at least the higher ranks of her Government.
It is a telling sign that several PPS positions – usually the first step on the ladder for ambitious MPs – have gone unfilled since November.
The Leader of the Opposition took the chance to do a bit of electioneering by praising Tony Blair’s achievements.
‘I profoundly disagree with this approach and I have therefore decided that I must reluctantly tender my resignation.’
Seven Cabinet Ministers. Half the Whips Office. Eleven Ministers. All these failed to back the Government in yesterday’s extension vote.
Now some of these MPs may have been ill, or absent, or abroad. But how many were slipped with the connivance of the system?
Meanwhile, the Government has quietly been appointing more trade emissaries during the last few months.