Recent opinion polls which show Labour doing better bear little relation to what is happening on the ground.
Posts Tagged: Theresa May
Brexit magnifies the question of leadership, and is giving May a decisive advantage over Corbyn.
Gimson’s election diary: In Newport West, I’m reminded how much people hate politicians – and find no sign of a Tory revival
This Welsh seat contains some Corbyn enthusiasts, but a much larger number of determined non-voters.
The Conservative MP says that, while she “wouldn’t have used those terms”, what’s happened over the past week is just “a bit of a puff”.
It’s unsurprising that she’s aware of this.
We should take the opportunity to remind ourselves what real progress means and rededicate ourselves to its cause.
Her conservatism will likely combine undisguised contempt for the cultural left with a neo-statist economic policy.
The prime minister will be judged not only on her response to Brexit, but also on her response to the threats we face — and the relationship between the two.
I can’t accept that I’m ‘me’ because, say, I’m a woman – above and beyond all the undefinable intricacies that constitute my self.
Mohammed Amin: The Government needs to spell out the good things it’s done for Muslims – again and again
Reading the Counter-Terrorism Bill led me to reflect on why my reaction to it is so different from those other Muslims whom I encounter complaining about it.
Of the grammar, academy and comprehensive ideals, only the first two are now left standing.
For every new grammar-run satellite school we would have five satellite schools run by councils ideologically opposed to losing control.
Both gave impressive performances.
Largely unnoticed, the Government has pushed through some of the most radical reforms to the police service for a generation.
There is no relationship between the part she once played in the shallow, image-obsessed ‘modernisation’ of the Conservative Party and the real change she had worked for as Home Secretary