The candidate for the Chairmanship of the Defence Select Committee argues that our defence strategy must not be shaped by indecision and drift.
If aid is about development, helping allies or promoting peace and prosperity, we need to see the fruits of our £10.6 billion.
The two countries really are more alike than one would imagine.
Vince Cable is exaggerating a lack of lending as the main barrier to economic growth.
…we would be obliged to defend that country militarily. Which leads to a question: how far east do we really want NATO’s canopy to stretch?
A new report shows the way. But there is a limit to what it can do to prevent the EU endangering patients and de-professionalising doctors.
With a hundred days to go until the Games in Glasgow, the Foreign Office Minister reflects on development, values and the future.
Guido Fawkes is the most read among MPs as a whole.
He suggests that the ’22 is a more reliable guardian of backbenchers’ interests than the leadership
A return to higher interest rates is imperative for fiscal prudence and for Britain to live within its means.
The MP for Taunton isn’t a conservative. But could he be a Conservative?
It remains true that the easier we make terminations, the more employment will be created.
Post-Miller, post-Evans, post allegations of sexual harrassment, a future speech to the ’22 by a prospective candidate.
Plus: The Telegraph’s war on Nadine. Bias at the Foreign Office. Euro-rules drive me bonkers. And: Cameron’s LadyShambles.
Our monthly history columnist says that the man who Edward Heath later beat for the leadership almost pulled it off.