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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.
However unsavoury, we must prepare contingency plans for tactical nuclear warheads deployment. Signalling that we will go hard, early is a must and is being resisted by our elite who still drink the Fukuyaman Kool-Aid.
If Truss is set on rewriting the Integrated Review, she will need bandwidth at the top of govenment to do so effectively, given the awesome scale of the economic challenges facing her.
it is almost impossible to disentangle any effect from the much larger shock resulting from pandemic and war.
This list of allies and partners includes Australia, Israel, South Korea, Japan, Oman, Qatar and Singapore.
Watch in particular for interaction between Ukrainian refugees and small boats as the year lengthens.
Be it getting Brexit done or record job numbers and mega manufacturing investment, Johnson has delivered here.
Our columnist provides the second piece in our series this week about Brexit – almost a year since the end of transition.
The naive globalisation of the 1990s has become a liability. Britain and its allies need to beef up their defences
The UK has made it crystal clear to its trading partners which side of the table it is going to be on.
The row over the Northern Ireland Protocol must not be allowed to poison co-operation with our continental partners on defence against Russia.
Ministers must grasp that this new one will be even more disposed to conduct its foreign policy through the EU.
One of the major question marks against Brexit was whether it would see the UK lose its influence over global affairs. This alliance suggests no.
The second article in a two-part mini series by the author on ConservativeHome this week.