None the less, campaigns are not devised for the entertainment of journalists and websites. They are crafted to win votes. Which this one seems to be doing.
Posts Tagged: The Guardian
Taking out the middle man is what the Protestant reformers promised to do, and Carswell is in his way a very Protestant figure.
Graeme Archer: Farron proclaimed his Christian beliefs. So he can’t complain if he’s quizzed about them.
He doesn’t think homosexuality is normal, and so the canary, down in the LibDem coal-mine, starts singing its querulous warning. It’s a canary he’s trying to strangle.
No action on Mercer’s election expenses, which accidentally omitted £80 of wooden stakes and printing
It’s a reminder that the law requires rather more than a Twitter hashtag campaign as proof of wrongdoing.
Here are five reasons why you, we and all concerned should keep a cool head.
Ed Barker: Don’t glamourise these killers by calling them terrorists. Treat them like the criminals they are.
People that stab policeman and run over innocent civilians are murderous thugs – and that’s the end of it.
See his support for protectionism, big government, big debts – and more.
Graeme Archer: A charter for bullies. Infecting criminal justice with identity politics is a terrible, terrible mistake
And the physicist who reported the Home Secretary for ‘hate crime’, for wanting more British apprenticeships? He’s a fat idiot, yes. But mostly he’s a bully.
Iain Dale: Does Grayling have a point about TFL? After all, it’s not known as Totally Failing London for nothing.
Plus: the Government should not reveal its Brexit negotiating hand. And: should I contest North Norfolk again after all?
None the less, the local Conservatives exploited the climate of prejudice, while Labour sometimes bent to accommodate it.
Profile: Keir Starmer, leading for Labour on Brexit. A first-class lawyer – but can he be a first-class politician?
The former Director of Public Prosecutions did not serve under either Blair or Brown, and is hard to place in the strife which rends the Labour Party.
Evidence suggests that there was a post-June 23rd spike. But a relationship with the referendum is contestable. And the normal trend soon reasserted itself.
If so, we should pay any new costs.
I see you: the trade union boss who makes a hell of that daily commute. I know you: the apparatchik who’d sell her “principles” for a piece of dead ermine to wrap around her throat.
Plus: Stingy Liberal Democrats. Stupid Owen Smith. And: at the Edinburgh Festival – and why those right-on comedians don’t get life beyond the M25.