Sophy Ridge presses the Housing Secretary on the former Prime Minister’s relationship with the chairman of the BBC.
When a minister comes under attack from the parliamentary lobby, petty allegations are treated as monstrous crimes.
Some Tory members would see such a development as nothing less than an establishment coup: as a conspiracy of bad actors working together to win revenge for Brexit.
We need to make sure these home-grown champions can compete fairly against the global streaming giants now dominating TV.
The Manchester hustings showed 1400 Conservatives behaving in a benevolent and thoughtful way, characteristics almost impossible to dramatise.
The Prime Minister replaced Tuesday’s contrition with fighting spirit, and dismissed his opponent as “a Corbynista in a smart Islington suit”.
We need a systematic approach to sanctions – though not one mandated by the Government.
War is a collective endeavour, but let’s not pretend that banning Swan Lake is anything other than performative tribalism.
We must not give the Kremlin’s propaganda outlets free reign to sow distrust and undermine the West.
Besides, many resent being legally coerced into funding a service whose worldview is completely at odds with their own.
By paring down the military and shuttering the UK’s principal gas reserve, yesterday’s politicians have dealt today’s a weak hand.
Ministers will be on much surer ground if they justify change on the basis of social habits.
The two-year freeze in the licence fee announced yesterday by the Culture Secretary leaves the question of how to reform the Corporation unresolved.
I don’t believe that a private owner would freely choose to commission from as diverse a range of independents.
Green arguments against having children seem pointless when economic conditions have made it near impossible.