The paper and its daily equivalent are Britain’s most popular with female readers. Are they really that interested in Angela Rayner’s legs?
Heaton-Harris was appointed to rescue the Government’s whipping operation. The last 48 hours have not suggested that is going well.
If it takes a minister looking a prat on YouTube for voters to notice helpful policies, then all to the good.
That only 31 per cent of Foreign Office officials are venturing in to work whilst there is a war in Ukraine should be an object of serious concern.
His condemnation for the methods of Extinction Rebellion highlights how Labour plans on appealing to those frustrated by the Government.
Despite the grubby circumstances in which this contest became necessary, it will be a vital battle ahead of the next general election.
Joe Root is not the only captain of an English institution who should be asking themselves about the value of their staying in their position.
Both seats were Conservative very recently – and, in North Shropshire’s case, within the last year.
The Home Secretary’s reticence in publicly backing the Prime Minister reflects concern from those enforcing the law about defending those seen to break it.
Whilst he may have struggled over the specifics of women and their genitalia, Starmer is conscious that Labour must square the voters on this issue.
It should not be easier for a camel to get through the eye of a needle than for a wealthy man to go into Parliament.
The Government’s ‘Energy Security Strategy’ may well deliver long-term energy security. But it will do almost nothing for squeezed households right now.
And yet I can’t help yearning for proof that Britain still has it in her, and for a Prime Minister willing to make tough but necessary choices.
Furthemore, the Government’s forthcoming strategy offers little prospect of lower bills any time soon.
Our panel were asked whether they felt proud or not about the first trans MP being a Tory – or neither.