He says that road haulage interests are trying to revive the pre-Brexit economy – but that the Government will stand firm for higher wages.
His critics generally ignore the nation as it is, and keep their eyes fixed on the nation as it ought to be.
Together with tax cuts and less regulation, higher or more extensive benefits look like better support for hungry children than vouchers.
He’s a distraction and so can’t possibly have his mind on the job. But the Guardian and Mirror got a lot of the story wrong – and should apologise.
Chris Pincher, the new appointee, must stay in the post for the rest of this Parliament. It’s the only way that a strategy can be implemented properly.
In all, there are 30 new entries in the whole list, one down on last year and two down on the 2016 record of 33.
Just as Geldof swearing at fishermen symbolised the referendum divide, negotiations over fish offer an insight into what ‘taking back control’ really means.
Guido Fawkes, Tom Newton-Dunn and the Evening Standard diary banded together to suggest that I was about to do a far, far better thing than I have ever done…
Oh, and Timothy and Hill should be moved on from being co-Chiefs of Staff – the former to head up policy, the latter press.
As its Twitter feed puts it, the newsletter is a new pro-market global news service, making the case for popular capitalism.
ConHome’s conference, Securing a Majority, grappled with the question of how to reach alienated UKIP voters.
Gyles Brandreth, the compere for the event, got it spot on when he said that the evening was all about “championing books”.
If the Conservatives doesn’t win a majority in 2015, one of the reasons will be their 2011 decision to stick with First Past The Post.