But he says that it has become very clear to European leaders over time that the war is all about the future of international law.
ConHome Deputy Editor says that there’s scope for hiking international student fees and inventivising employers to invest in their workforces – but that requires long-term thinking.
Trust the people is a good Conservative maxim. That should include trusting our members.
The Welsh-born former Lord Chancellor has quite a voice.
The former Conservative leader hits out at Sadiq Khan whilst in conversation with Camilla Tominey.
Asked about Boris Johnson, he adds: “The most critical poll that’s important is does a prime minister have the support of their own backbench MPs?”
The Prime Minister discusses the creation of the Departments of Energy Security and Net Zero, of Business and Trade, and of Science, Innovation, and Technology.
“It’s not within the gift of the Government to make the French naval patrols more effective, so the problem is what you do with them once they get here.”
The former Business Secretary is better placed to inherit the former Prime Minister’s old role as the teller of Tory verities – if he doesn’t want the job himself, of course.
The peer and parliamentary expert discussed the Upper Chamber’s future with the former Tory leadership candidate.
The GB News presenter and former Conservative cabinet minister argues that we have heard “time and again that the Modern Slavery Act might be reformed, that we might leave the European Convention and that we might prevent people settling here who are illegal immigrants.”
Few people might have bet on GB News seeing off Rupert Murdoch, but the evidence to date suggests they will.
If we are to grow as a nation and pay for public services we need to encourage entrepreneurs and support businesses – not make life harder for them and kick them in the teeth.