Whether he survives this political storm remains to be seen. But Conservatives won’t win the next election if they continue with their current policies.
Whatever the outcome of Sue Gray’s investigation, we must draw a line under the questions being faced by the Government.
We need to break away from a culture that sees politics as some sort of X Factor contest.
Who is enjoying his discomfort? Labour, the LibDems, Macron, Rejoiners, woke academics – everyone, in short, who wants to see Brexit Britain fail.
This country has done very little to move forward and separate itself from the regulatory grasp of Brussels.
Elections, referenda and political fora are the appropriate settings for such debate, not the courts.
It is one of the finest examples of ‘have your cake and eat it’ dishes ever served up for public consumption.
The Government should implement a binding innovation principle to unleash the UK economy.
Questions have been raised about whether the visa route will truly be as liberal as some have implied
The appointment of O’Brien to lead the forthcoming levelling-up white paper shows real commitment to the agenda.
We should pause for breath, inject some rational thinking and consider the alternatives before it’s too late.
Brexit doesn’t just allow the City to make its regulatory regime more competitive; it obliges it to do so.
We can expect greater divergence, whether we like it or not, and should focus on our diplomatic relationships outside the bloc.
Sunak & Co show no sign of setting their sights on getting it down.
Plus: Why as an Ipswich supporter I’m happy to see the end to the European Super League. And: My take on Mercer’s resignation.