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Neil O’Brien: The balance of power between economic and social conservatives may be shifting to the latter
We lost Putney, but gained loads of poorer seats in the north and midlands. That’s highlighted the tensions.
Let’s use ever-increasing intelligence – and stop the flow of dirty money out of poor countries.
If Downing Street doesn’t grip the campaign against Patel by allies of her Permanent Secretary and others, it may spiral out of control.
It is impossible to deny the value brought by such events to the host country, from messaging, to engagement and building of networks
The Government seems to be gearing up for a big fight over human rights laws in the wake of the Streatham terror attack.
Plus: No nay to Huawei. Or to HS2, too. And: my looming interview with Pompeo on his visit to London.
The Prime Minister may be able to ignore disgruntled Tories, but the US legislature will play a critical role in any new trade deal.
The Foreign Secretary promises the Government is “establishing one of the strongest regimes for telecoms security anywhere in the world”.
There would seem to be a difference between the rhetoric coming out of the US and the implementation of policy.
We must not put public money into the pockets of a company accused of abetting the most egregious human rights abuses in the modern world.
The blunt reality is that China is a cyber risk and will remain so for years. It has a dreadful reputation for cyber attacks and intellectual property theft.
This year’s Security, Defence and Foreign Policy review provides an excellent opportunity to reinforce Britain’s place as a leader in this field.
After 45 years, justice has still not been served for the 21 people who were murdered. Their families and their city deserve closure.
Briefing that Johnson will “lock up terrorists and throw away the key” is taking the voters for fools.