And this week’s column contains a mystery closing message to the Prime Minister.
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It’s a bad thing that former Ministers are reluctant both to earn outside the lower house and to stay within it.
Plus: Princess Ann (Widdecombe); Jacqui Smith’s rampant rabbit; the BBC’s dreadful World Cup commentary; and, turning 52.
With India’s imports from Germany coming in at almost double Britain’s, William Hague and George Osborne must make the most of this week.
Or is he going to be overtaken by a new generation of MPs?
Osborne is up two places and now lies third. And Sajid Javid, a new entry, comes in above four of the other ones.
The Blame Game…Islamist terrorism is back…Trust Maliki…Preserve Sykes-Picot…My enemy’s enemy is my friend…Thinking short-term…It’s all about us.
Photo-opportunities with Angelina Jolie are no substitute for military preparedness.
Plus: The shuffle I want. Brown flops. Why on earth do Conservative Governments pour millions into Liverpool? And: In memory of Andy Wilson.
The failure of Yvette Cooper and Tristram Hunt in the Commons yesterday was a symptom of a bigger Opposition problem.
Can there be any other explanation for the Home Secretary’s sweeping advance than her recent speech to the Police Federation?
The Conservative Party has flung every minister, MP, candidate, activist and aristocrat it can lay its hands on into this fight.
Gove down, Davis up – and everything else steady.
It is expected to plan for the long-term as well as the short. It isn’t doing this – so change is needed.
This part of our monthly survey confirms the Chancellor’s soaring popularity among Party members.