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The Prime Minister breaks with tradition by giving her first interview of the year to Sophie Ridge on Sky.
Plus: Farage’s new radio show. Tim Barrow’s new appointment. And: the worst Christmas that I’ve ever had.
Our Executive Editor debates Brexit, identity politics and Castro with The Guardian’s Zoe Williams.
“The forecasts have all been proved wrong so far. The IMF, the Bank of England, and the official statistics have all gone back on those forecasts.”
“They know what we’ve always said – that they depend more on us than we do on them.”
WATCH: “Theresa’s a bloody difficult woman…” – Clarke and Rifkind’s candid discussion of the leadership contenders
“…with Michael as Prime Minister we’d go to war with at least three countries at once…”
Plus: EU heads-to-heads on LBC. Blair gets his retaliation in first. And: Some people think everything’s a conspiracy – and they may be right.
Yesterday evening’s event exposed a vulnerability for the Prime Minister that is opening wider as time passes.
Iain Dale: The task of Leave campaigners now is to come together, unite – and fight the campaign of their lives.
Plus: The ludicrous Evan Harris. My broken mobile. The menace of TTIP. The smears of Yvette Cooper. And: why Polly Toynbee swiftly changed the subject.
Iain Dale: Hunt and Morgan on the one side, and the Vote Leave campaign on the other, make idiots of themselves over the EU
Plus: The steel crisis. Trump’s abortion atrocity. Nick Watt, denied a Guardian promotion by political correctness. And: I leave ConHome to write for Momentum.
Iain Dale: We’re told that we must take politics out of the NHS. But why on earth would we want to do that?
Plus: Zac’s chances, Jarvis’s speech, Stuart Ramsay’s great scoop. And: how long can it be before Carswell and Evans re-join the Conservatives?
The Chairman of the ’22 reminds voters that staying in the EU means continued integration.
This book is a serious work. It is certainly far more than its serialisable parts, as those who read the entire 600 pages will no doubt confirm.
The BBC needs to review now who will cover the 2020 election in a way that interests young viewers. Neil, Marr and Paxman have a combined age of 185.