Also: Third SNP MP faces scrutiny over business dealings; DUP return to Northern Ireland Executive; abortion row divides separatists; and more.
Posts Tagged: Theresa Villiers MP
Who are the six Cabinet ministers who want to leave the EU? And can Cameron really afford to sack them?
Insisting that they back Remain or lose their jobs would be wrong – and it looks increasingly risky, too.
Also: Nationalists under fire over second MP; Cameron increases pressure for Ulster deal; Crabb claims slim chance of reaching Welsh devolution agreement; and more.
Nicky Morgan’s leadership ambitions and next week’s Conservative Conference give us the chance to hold a snap review.
Also: Dugdale set out to learn from Labour’s Welsh ‘success’; Villiers unveils Ulster terrorist investigation committee; SNP MSP attacks ‘subservient’ colleagues; and more.
Northern Ireland needs to be governed more than it needs a Government. If the local parties won’t cooperate, there must be consequences.
Also: Villiers ‘unsurprised’ that Provisional IRA still exists; Scottish Labour tacks left in scramble for 2016; and Corbyn will comfort Old Labour dinosaurs in Wales.
Also: Northern Ireland welfare reform talks deadlock; Jones attacks reserved powers proposals as ‘pre-devolutionary’; and NI21 tragedy just won’t end.
Also: Jones allies with Sturgeon on EU; SNP set to storm Scottish elections; opposition grows to Welsh e-cig ban; and SDLP leader to resign Stormont seat.
Also: ‘Self-financing’ Yes campaign bankrolled by the SNP; and Welsh Labour minister uninterested in ‘English Labour’ leadership contest.
Also: Welsh Assembly in revolt over plans to increase members’ pay; and Carmichael at risk of recall for leaking Sturgeon’s Tory sympathies.
Also: Welsh Conservative leader disowns the national manifesto; and Villiers defends the party’s choice of candidates in Northern Ireland.
Also: Labour MPs promising on the doorstep not to ally with SNP; more bad news for Welsh Labour as support for more powers slumps; Irish Government legalises drugs by accident.
The “peace process” is not a get out of jail free card – whether or not it ever justified handing them out.
Also: SNP attacked by Scottish councils for annulling hundreds of millions of poll tax arrears; and Plaid MP attacks Government over driving licence flags.