“The Treasury Finance Ministry view of the world isn’t about structural reform to increase the productive capacity of the economy.”
The Attorney General on judges, Asian values, Spartans, the Good Law Project, Lord Frost – and why the Tories should revive the torch logo.
The Prime Minister tasked me, the Home Secretary and the Attorney General with leading the Government’s fight against crime.
The Justice Secretary is challenged over Boris Johnson’s proposal to override elements of the Withdrawal Agreement to protect the British internal market.
Such a crime against one of our brave police officers must surely be met with only the strongest and toughest of sentences.
Cox fulminated against Opposition MPs for being frightened of voting for a general election.
My minority report, unlike the majority one of the Women’s and Equality Committee, respects the province’s devolution settlement.
Nor could the Attorney General provide anything for his colleagues to cheer.
The Attorney General is asking difficult legal questions about it which Dublin, Brussels, and even many in London would rather draw a veil over.
He suggested that it would be absurd to reject the Government’s motion merely because of the Northern Ireland backstop.
He expects her plan to be voted down on Tuesday, calls for a renegotiation which she could not conceivably lead – and rules out Norway Plus.
The Attorney-General gave an electrifying performance as he refused to publish the advice he has given to ministers.
The Labour former Solicitor General argued that the Attorney General should warn the Government that it is engaged in “breaking the rules”.