Plus: Willetts loses at least one of his brains. Labour frets about losing Lewisham East (which it shouldn’t do). And: Morgan and Clarke, not the Brexiteers, are the real obsessives.
Posts Tagged: Tristram Hunt MP
He won’t be the last Labour MP to tunnel out of Stalag Corbyn.
The fortunes of those older sons provided capital for investment. And it was that capital, applied to invention and ingenuity, which made the industrial revolution possible.
Reggie to Dessie: My pitch for leader – my great-uncle was a bus driver. He drove one to help break the General Strike in 1926.
Plus: Boris’s multiple problems. The Chancellor’s dodgy figures. Euro referendum recriminations everywhere. And: SNP MPs in white Y-front shreddies.
The decision represented a decisive endorsement of a particular plan – not a return to Tony Blair-style liberal internationalism.
CCHQ want to exploit this red dawn to inflict deep damage on the Labour brand that will long outlast the current leadership.
Kandel’s work is as important as the discovery of DNA, and it will revolutionise education once it becomes more widely known.
From Kaufman calling English Votes on English Laws ‘racist’ to Thornberry’s sneering flag tweet, the left just don’t get England.
Dr Simon Clarke: Whisper it quietly, but some academics vote Tory. And many, many more could be persuaded to do
The commonly-held belief on the Right that academia is a leviathan of leftist groupthink is a little wide of the mark.
Where were they to condemn these bad ideas before May?
He has been exposed “to the added level of pressure that comes with being a leadership candidate. I have not found it to be a comfortable experience.”
The average member of Miliband’s team has spent just four and a half years working in the private sector. A quarter have no private sector experience at all.
Charlotte Leslie MP: A real chance to create the single biggest development in education for at least a century
We could be seeing the start of a Royal College of Teaching.
Why force state school teachers to collaborate with their private peers when many don’t have enough time to collaborate with other teachers within their own school?
Interview: Nicky Morgan – “As a Christian Secretary of State for Education, I will oppose secular, politically correct dogma”
Michael Gove’s successor upholds his reforms, opposes new grammar schools, dismisses Tristram Hunt as “vacuous”…and admires Henry VIII.