He names his favourite carol, pledges an independent inquiry into anti-Muslim hatred within the Tory Party, and says his record explains why he can be trusted.
Representing a council ward with an army barracks, I am delighted with Jeremy’s support for properly funded armed forces.
His experience in business, delivering the London Olympics, running the health service, and serving as Foreign Secretary all show his leadership qualities.
There has been a tendency to suppose that because Britain’s power has declined in relative terms they must have become totally useless.
Davies faces an overflowing in-tray, but DCMS does not have the power to address many of the biggest challenges facing the sector.
His deployment of a suicide bomber metaphor in a Mail on Sunday piece today looks like a carefully-crafted distraction exercise.
Say what you like about him (and many do), the recently-resigned Foreign Secretary is one of the very few Tories with voter cut-through.
We need to allocate funds from the Sports Premium and the Sugar Tax to open up school sports facilities and playing fields.
The former Chairman of the Culture, Media, and Sport Select Committee relates how they collaborated to win support for Britain’s Olympic bid.
In addition to the old ‘useful idiots’, the Kims and Castros of the world know they can rely on the aid of genuine idiots, too. We ought to know better.
To be told that next time he visited Arsenal he’d be “using the turnstiles and paying for the privilege” was a cruel humiliation unacceptable in a normal working environment.
Yet £33 million is spent on free travelcards for those who live with TfL staff.
If the Business Secretary wants to become the man for enterprise, he needs to challenge his own bureaucrats.
Rugby, cricket and tennis clubs are looking for new members and fresh talent, but families aren’t necessarily aware of them.
Hosting the 2025 Northern Powerhouse EXPO would be bigger than the Olympics and the World Cup combined.