We might not rejoin, but the political momentum is now with those seeking a closer relationship. From a Brexiteer perspective, Johnson is sounding rather complacent.
The task of reaching small-c conservatives rests firmly with the Prime Minister.
Tomorrow’s spectacle is better understood as poetry than in the severely rational terms of democratic theorists who accept no need for religion and ritual.
Downing Street seems to think that one day’s bad publicity over clearing the backlog is a price worth paying for sorting the small boats problem. It needs to do so now more than ever.
His achievements as a journalist, historian, and broadcaster were immense. He should be read by all those seeking to challenge the wrongful dogmatisms of the “progressive” Left.
It is hard to see how he will manage to reconcile freedom of speech on the internet with the requirement to prevent legal but harmful content.
How the pendulum swung from the police not pursuing guilty Savile to pursuing innocent Proctor – and the disaster of Operation Midland.
“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.
As Public Health England recently reported, gambling often results in bankruptcy, family breakdown, higher mortality and, all too often, suicide.
In the debate about face-to-face appointments, it gets forgotten that some patients prefer video and telephone consultations.
The State continues to restrict personal freedom in a bid, it claims, to save life, while trying to avoid spelling out the risks to life caused by excess weight.
There are all sorts of explanations about why people voted the “wrong” way. But the simplest may be the appeal of conservative values.
We need to start listening to the right people – not hopeless people who get it wrong time and again, but face zero accountability.
Our latest survey finds that nine in ten Party members support such a move – a total that this latest news is unlikely to have reduced.