MPs know only too well that there is a limit to the protection that they can receive – or create for themselves and their families.
The eerie atmosphere at this conference is the calm in a party which wants to come back together.
Complaints from broadcasters and the media about language are synthetic and hypocritical. The real issue is the delay of the general election – which is indefensible.
Would we deploy the phrase in a similar way to the Prime Minister yesterday? The answer is that we wouldn’t. Here’s why.
EU VAT harmonisation rules require tampons and other sanitary products to be taxed at a minimum of five per cent.
Far from being a johnny-come-lately to the cause of defending the National Health Service, support for it once cost the former Cabinet Minister his job.