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Posts Tagged: Philip Hammond MP
My answer would be “maybe, provided the spending or tax cuts significantly improved our growth potential.”
They keep changing. But does it matter? For the last 30 years, when it comes to the public finances, the diet always starts tomorrow.
Chris Pincher, the new appointee, must stay in the post for the rest of this Parliament. It’s the only way that a strategy can be implemented properly.
The Treasury fights back. How it plans to drive radical reform – and become “the Government’s internal think tank”
Would the Government have the bottle for planning, childcare and police overhauls – and will Downing Street sign up to this plan anyway?
When Lord Kerr whistled, voters turned the Nelsonian equivalent of a deaf ear. When they whistled, he was dragged helplessly along by the command of a democratic vote.
He is one of the few elements of continuity in what has been a turbulent year at the Government’s top table.
How the half a century-long Conservative civil war over Europe was won last week in a single day. By the Brexiteers.
One has to pinch oneself to remember that as recently as last July May was Prime Minister, Hammond Chancellor of the Exchequer and Gauke Lord Chancellor.
It’s not just about there being more Tory MPs. There has been a remarkable clearout of the establishment figures.
Plus: Leaders who will have to go and reflections on my eleventh general election. How things have changed.
Rather than abandon the Apprenticeship Levy, the Conservatives should radically reform it.
“I remain a Conservative.” Hammond on why he is leaving the Commons – rather than standing as an independent
“I cannot embark on a course of action that would represent a direct challenge in a general election to the party I have supported all my adult life.”
Former Chancellor Philip Hammond dismisses Johnson’s deal as ‘a limited achievement, maybe, but a limited achievement”.
This is Ireland’s deal as much as the UK’s. So the Taoiseach has an interest in assisting the Prime Minister over extension.
The Prime Minister falls 14 votes short – and says that the Bill will be paused while he speaks to EU leaders.