Cameron’s memoirs offer a hint of where the occupant of Number 11 may look to raise property taxes instead.
Had Ann Barnes not wisely decided to resign, we could have voted her out of office – an option not available in the days of patronage.
Plus: I hate Frankfurt. Love for Javid. Morgan’s popularity rises. And: No-one wants to see Danny Alexander’s ginger nuts swinging their way down Whitehall.
He adds that the high-speed rail route is something that could “change the economic geography of this country”.
We didn’t say what the Chief Secretary says we said about raising thresholds. Instead, Jill Kirby was making the point that the idea was originally a Tory one
One of the reasons why the West has been so successful in the last two or three centuries is because of the Rule of Law. Contrary to many other places, the respect for and the enforcement of legal contracts meant that individuals and entrepreneurs could plan their future. They were able to invest wisely, and […]