How a New Zealand attack ad is inspiring the Prime Minister’s election push.
Posts Tagged: William Hague MP
“It hasn’t been our approach in any recent conflict in recent years to send arms into those conflicts”.
P.S: We need it for its own sake anyway.
Insufficient and unequal devolution got us into this mess – only full and fair Devo Max for all the Home Nations will settle the matter.
If, once the overall budget has been set by the UK Parliament, MSPs take decisions on the NHS in Scotland, shouldn’t English MPs alone do the same for England?
And other fun and serious ideas from the first declared candidate for the Conservative nomination for the London Mayoralty
Syriza’s breakthrough looks to ramp up the Great Euro Game of destitution and extremism. Here’s what Cameron should do post-May if still in office.
People of ability are quitting and the pool of experience is shrinking.
Parliament and people are paying a price for the shift to professional politics.
After almost 50 years, a new report paves the way for the return of the Chagos islanders to the British Indian Ocean Territory.
Douglas Alexander is right to urge the creation of a Government envoy for it.
Whether English votes for English laws gets through the Commons or not, we need a constitutional convention to give wider reform legitimacy.
The party should embrace electoral reform – at least for local elections. Give Conservative voters a slither of hope by introducing, say, the Single Transferable Vote.
We need more Parliamentarians capable of earning £1,333 per hour – not fewer.
Andrew Rosindell MP’s proposals would be unworkable and destabilising. Asymmetry is the price England pays for the Union.