Germany’s political class finds itself in an impossible position, for it promised German taxpayers they would never have to pay for the Greeks.
Posts Tagged: Sir John Major
Interview: Cllr Peter Golds calls for “compulsory integration” in order to defeat corruption in Tower Hamlets
The local Tory leader says that the police are turning a blind eye to the flouting of electoral law, public subsidies for mosques, and expressions of support for Hitler.
“The Welsh nationalists, the Greens, and the Scottish National Party are willing to support Labour – at a price, and I think there is no doubt what that price will be.”
The nub of his case is that the long-term future of the Union is more important than this election campaign – which is, by its nature, short-term.
People listened to John Major when he was responding to hecklers.
In which I go campaigning with Grant Shapps’s brainchild, which has mobilised thousands of activists who would probably not have joined their local associations.
Continuing to serve would demonstrate commitment to public service as a vocation, and allow future Governments to draw on his expertise and experience.
Gove’s drive to extend to the state sector the freedoms enjoyed by fee-paying schools should be extended to allow academic selection.
Major’s success was the polling companies’ failure. This time, Cameron must deliver more.
Our democracy is manufacturing its own ghosts at the banquet.
Plus: Charlie Hebdo and 7/7. Mildenhall’s closure: a garden city opportunity? More bad news for the Bow Group. And: I ditch the Telegraph for the Times.
Some of our best-known artists lean to the left. But there’s a strong case for the claim that we are the real party of culture.
Dear Prime Minister, here is a way to save your country and your party.
“They’re anti-policics. They’re anti-foreigner. They’re anti-immigrant. They’re anti-aid…That’s the negativity of the four-ale bar”.
Lord Callanan or Peter Lilley would be strong choices