The potential for mass boycotts of energy bills forms part of a wider energy crisis. We could see millions unable to pay to heat their homes, energy rationing, and blackouts.
The Transport Secretary, an early backer of Johnson for the leadership, has become one of the Government’s most trusted media performers
Voters aren’t used to a world of rising prices and interest rates, and their hearts and minds are up for grabs.
No Conservative leader has lost a challenge as Prime Minister, but neither have any survived their victories by as much as a year.
As in the 1970s, the looming “summer of discontent” from the trade unions may ruin any hope the Government has of avoiding a wage-price spiral.
In this much-needed review, there needs to be a reassessment of its governance, transparency and accountability.
We must extract more domestic gas, stop importing more untaxed electricity – and turbo-charge new nuclear power.
He overturned the principle of innocence until proven guilty. He has questions to answer and apologies to make.
We need to break away from a culture that sees politics as some sort of X Factor contest.
The great documentary maker offers a delightfully brief and unportentous survey of British leaders from Wilson to Johnson
Voters at this week’s by-election in Old Bexley and Sidcup are angry with the Prime Minister, but do not appear to have settled on anyone better.
Unfortunately, ever-increasing public spending and green policies inspire little confidence in the Prime Minister.
Among them are: what does he do about economic policy? Who runs Downing Street? And: what about the Home and Foreign Offices?
While Blair, Brown and Cameron scuttled off indecorously after leaving Number 10, she remains in the Commons and tries to hold Johnson to account.
If more former Ministers stayed in the Commons, it would be a more effective chamber.