The West Midlands must compete with Barcelona, Boston, and Beijing – not with London and Manchester.
Over this period, the UK’s economic growth was level with the US’s and exceeded the other five members of the G7. In other words, on international comparisons, we did well.
There was, and remains, a durable coalition behind a Tory Party that stands unabashedly as the champion of working people of every class.
Conservatives should be careful not to assume that all Hindus are Thatcherites in waiting. Some regard standing up to Modi, and keeping his anti-Muslim politics out of Britain, as much more important.
It’s hard to say this was a Autumn Statement for ordinary working-class voters though – the voters who gave the Party its massive 2019 majority
It strikes the right balance between her goal of a “low-tax economy” and Johnsonian “investment in education, infrastructure and technology”
Leaving the EU is a chance to raise standards and stamp out cruel practices, as we promised the voters we would at the last election.
But there are truths in life – for example, that a stich in time saves nine, beggars can’t be choosers…and that you can’t spend more than your earn. His premiership ends with record spending and taxes.
To waste time now on internal factionalisation would be indefensible to so many party members who worked so hard to secure our majority.
Heaton-Harris was appointed to rescue the Government’s whipping operation. The last 48 hours have not suggested that is going well.
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.
The UKIP leader spotted the opportunity to attack the pious Establishment from a reactionary rather than a progressive direction.
They may very well decide that if the establishment wants Johnson gone so badly he must be doing something right.
“Get Brexit Done, Unleash Britain’s Potential” was the 2019 slogan. The first was achieved in short order. The second is yet to be delivered.