Also: Dugdale claims Tories are pouring ‘petrol’ on Union; Davies fights back amidst poor polls for Welsh Conservatives; Villiers clashes with Dublin; and more.
Posts Tagged: Theresa Villiers MP
The Secretary of State explains to Murnaghan that the overwhelming majority of people in Northern Ireland are committed to peace and democracy.
Our Cabinet league table. Cameron’s ratings go negative. Boris’s are the lowest on record. Feelings are running high in the Tory family.
Leave supporters mark Remain Ministers down. Remain supporters mark Leave Ministers down. Gove heads the table on our lowest top score ever.
Also: Mundell unconvinced by SNP threats; Welsh Tory leader backs Brexit; Davidson throws down new powers gauntlet; and more.
It’s a big moment.
Also: Senior Plaid AM refuses to rule out Conservative pact; Villiers pressed for historical investigations cash; Labour try to pressure SNP with tax pledge; Welsh UKIP in turmoil; and more.
Ministers have a course to follow if they don’t like Cameron’s draft EU deal. And, no, it isn’t to resign.
Also: Osborne attacked by Welsh Labour; Cameron rules out SNP EU demands; Villiers faces calls to quit if she backs Brexit; and more.
Both he and Villiers showed nerve and resolve in helping to secure Ministerial freedom to differ over the EU referendum.
And we hope that more now join Duncan Smith, Grayling, Villiers and co.
Were they all to do so, it follows that Cameron would have no need to offer Ministers a free vote – as he should.
Liam Fox today comes out for Leave. In the meanwhile, the Mayor has his own decision to make, and what looks like a snare set before his feet…
He may not get the deal in February and referendum next summer that he’s pushing for. But if he does, Party management will be deeply problematic.
Here’s a case for and a case against.
Government needs to start planning now for our long-term transport needs. That might not be consistent with growing the airport.