Let’s have Policy Board outside of the constraints of the Government machine – and a commission on what Britain should look like post-Brexit.
The American President got elected by infuriating the liberals, but is incapable of governing by the same means.
Plus: UKIP goes nuts. And: Chapman’s tweets might lead you to believe that he’s taken some sort of personality-changing drug.
It backed nationalisation in the ’40s. It opposed Thatcher’s economic policy in the ’80s. It supported the Euro in the ’90s. And now it wants Single Market membership.
“We hope that it abides by the Minsk agreements, curbs the reckless military activity, and ditches the misinformation.”
“We should not jeopardise the freedoms…brought to Eastern Europe by accepting his claim that it is now in his sphere of influence.”
Downing Street may have briefed in advance that there’s no real comparison. But she will clearly play on it for all it’s worth.
“Let us renew the relationship that can lead the world towards the promise of freedom and prosperity marked out by those ordinary citizens 240 years ago.”
She waited for a phone call when Trump won his election. And she watched as he puffed Farage. But he seems to have decided that he needs her.
If those striking drivers and guards don’t want to sign new contracts, that is their decision, and if they don’t, they must be shown the door.
After a long chill, relations between the sister parties are thawing.
It has been where there is an air of panic and chaos, with a government forced to bow its knee to the markets, that there is real political damage.
Few in our African American groups thought very much had improved for them personally during Barack Obama’s eight years in the White House.
Trump’s antics are a threat to the stability and peace of Europe.
How fortunate Britain is to have a Prime Minister who – like any American President imaginable – never voices a view on other counties’ internal affairs.