When Eastbourne pier is once more thronged with French teenagers, we can heave a sigh of relief.
The pace of departure, the allegations about him and how they’re being handled are all inextricably linked.
More women. Fewer minorities. Lots of councillors and former candidates. And fewer married people. Our complete guide to the new intake of Tory MPs.
Concluding our ConservativeHome series on the key contests in each region or nation.
In this, the tightest blue-yellow, many more people mentioned, with approbation, the Liberal Democrat candidate than referred to the EU.
A new report reveals that far too few departments have properly integrated it into their decision making. This has to change.
Twenty five Tory MPs joined Labour and the SNP in opposing liberalisation, and provided the Government’s margin of defeat.
I’m proud of the progress we’re making towards providing proper support to this most valuable institution, but there is more to do yet.
We need to be brave enough to publish the results of every Family Test – so that we can learn from what works – and what doesn’t.
On the surface, this intake looks different from those that have preceded it – and is in some respects. But beneath it, this is in many ways a very traditional Tory group.
The last of our profiles looks at a region that witnessed another Liberal Democrat extinction event and the undoing of the People’s Army.