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Cooper is on top of her brief, yet somehow failed to press home her advantage as she pointed out to Patel that many criminals are getting off scot free.
Hypocrisy tops the list of dangers for a politician – and Labour’s leader is dangerously exposed.
As long as this former priest and aspirant actor can find some high moral reason for doing so, he loves to make trouble.
The Prime Minister replaced Tuesday’s contrition with fighting spirit, and dismissed his opponent as “a Corbynista in a smart Islington suit”.
In the public imagination, his vague nuclear threats suggest intercontinental strikes against western cities. But suppose they mean something else.
Whatever the outcome of Sue Gray’s investigation, we must draw a line under the questions being faced by the Government.
We need to reconnect with 51 per cent of voters pronto. Just not with a pink bus or targeted manifesto.
Who is enjoying his discomfort? Labour, the LibDems, Macron, Rejoiners, woke academics – everyone, in short, who wants to see Brexit Britain fail.
‘Let their frail elderly be unvisited in care homes. Let their weddings be postponed’, is the message of this Prime Minister.
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.
Leavers and Remainers have been premature to judge this major constitutional change.
Ardingly & Balcombe, Aldeburgh & Leiston, Downs North; Horndean Downs, Brundall: what might all these local government losses have in common?
But unless the Party offers them a genuine shot at prosperity, it risks sliding into decline.