If we don’t avoid the bear traps, we will face another attack from a new ‘son of UKIP’ force that could unwittingly hand power to a Labour-led coalition.
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.
It has real democratic authority including with the Lords which might not be so inhibited from voting down new measures which didn’t feature in that manifesto.
She explains why she changed her mind on Brexit, confirms she would change the Bank’s mandate, and says she would be happy to find a place for Sunak in her team.
The Conservative Party should in future negotiate with the broadcasters so leadership contenders are not “writing Labour’s next leaflets”.
There is a lot of rhetoric about boosting vocational training, but we need to do more to deliver it in practice.
In the Queen’s Speech, we have the opportunity to improve the lives of millions of animals, while bringing our laws into line with public sentiment.
Emergency measures to allow medical abortions to be self-administered at home have put women at risk.
“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.
Its main difficulties surround the related issues of getting Brexit done, cutting low and no skilled migration and keeping taxes down.
Such is the logic of the new Justice Secretary’s appointment – and the combative stance of the Attorney-General.
Not very, unfortunately. That’s not to say, however, that the Government shouldn’t pay more attention to voters.
Many Tories are alarmed by the tax rises recently announced by the Government, and will be looking for reassurance from Sunak.