Over this period, the UK’s economic growth was level with the US’s and exceeded the other five members of the G7. In other words, on international comparisons, we did well.
The last two weeks have not covered the Conservative Party in glory, and have distracted from Starmer’s own problems.
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.
Leavers and Remainers have been premature to judge this major constitutional change.
Here, in a nutshell, is why Labour is struggling to make progress. Its obsession with identity politics puts it at odds with the majority of British people.
The most important task is the resolution of the constitutional crisis and a return to the normal democratic process.
There are several impressive contenders – although the former president is likely to make a return too.
Plus: Is it really a bad thing if more work from home? And: It’s time to acknowledge private workers’ contributions in the Covid crisis.
It’s your efforts on the doorstep and phone that will help us to deliver more local Conservatives with a proven track record of delivering good local services.