The socialists in Labour and the SNP prove to be the enemies of aspiration – for others.
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Also: Fallon confirms Scottish base expansion; UKIP members decide fate of Welsh leader; Wales to scrap Right to Buy; and more.
Also: Davies defends Johnson; Fox’s bid to quit EU customs union heightens Irish border concerns; Brexit fails to boost Scottish separatism; and more.
Also: SNP to debate new electoral system for Holyrood; North Sea oil workers launch first 24-hour strike in 30 years; and more.
The First Minister’s demands to ‘ratify’ the deal are a sally onto Westminster’s constitutional turf that he would never tolerate if reversed.
Also: GMB claim SNP demand for Trident removal is election stunt; Cairns sets out conditions for UK Tata bailout, Stormont divisions over EU; and more.
The Prime Minister’s determination to keep our country together does her great credit – but she won’t do so by endlessly retreating.
David Jones: May will deliver Leave – and is the formidable Prime Minister we need at this time of national challenge
The case for May. Which candidate in these momentous times can you imagine dealing best with the likes of Obama, Merkel and Putin – or terror attacks?
Our 1997 devolution referendum was won by just 7,000 votes on a turnout of just over 50 per cent, but nobody suggested we re-run that.
No-one knows what will happen – but here are the key themes which will point to the future of British politics.
The referendum is a truly national political event, and how the Home Nations vote will shape not only the outcome on the night but its impact on the UK afterwards.
The effect of the so-called Bosman ruling would be to create a revolting stagnation of the English, Scottish, Welsh and Northern Irish leagues.
Also: Villiers dismisses Sinn Fein call for border poll; Labour and Plaid strike deal to re-select Jones as First Minister; ex-SNP minister claims Lockerbie bomber release was bid for powers; and more.
WATCH: Interviewer – “What’s Farage’s problem?” Hamilton – “I don’t know, I’m not his psychiatrist.”
The latest on the UKIP leaders’ love-in.
Tory AMs – along with their new UKIP colleagues – risked electing a left-wing, separatist First Minister yesterday.