I can just about imagine why a gay Parisian might just decide to send an unequivocal message to the Left at the next election.
Posts Tagged: Sunday Times
The number of new members has surged since the EU referendum – and our columnist Andrew Kennedy has the low-down on who they are.
Nick Boles: We modernisers aren’t, repeat aren’t, quitting the Party. We’re staying put – and we’ve so much more to do.
We have never been more mainstream in the Conservative Party – so much so that most practitioners have never felt the need to identify themselves as such.
Numbers 10 and 11 say that she attacked Duncan Smith without their approval. They can prove it by removing her as Pensions Minister.
How is it that a police officer said that the claims of “Nick” are “credible and true”?
Plus: Thank you for the three bottles of vintage wine…but you forgot to enclose a note with your name. Christmas, eh?
It is now clear that the renegotiation process has proved that the Union is incapable of reform.
Vote Leave and leave.eu need to join together to fight the pro-EU campaign – and not each other.
From Reggie to Dessie: Calling all Tory MPs. If in doubt of your sexuality, please consult Dr Sarah Wollaston or Dr Phillip Lee
Plus: Soames makes his way towards a gender-neutral loo. Lunch with Tyrie, lunch with Kirby. The Shipley Strangler strikes again. And: George Simpson saves the day.
There are people in Brussels who will want to drive a proposal so that the institutions here can grab more power, gain more profile and seem more relevant.
Plus: A return to Fleet Street. A venture to Edinburgh. West Ham win, David Laws loses. And: UKIP’s London members will have no say in the selection of its Mayoral Candidate.
Lewis Baston: How Edward Heath won the first Conservative leadership election, 50 years ago this month
He defeated the favourite, Reggie Maudling. And ever since, when offered a choice, the Tories have gone with the less familiar face among the main candidates.
Nicky Morgan MP: More academies. Greater freedom. Higher standards. More opportunity. What our Education Bill will deliver.
Its Second Reading takes place in the Commons today.