As I crossed the border after three days that I will never forget, I felt a mixture of despair, admiration and optimism.
One of my hopes is that this biography might serve as a valuable guide to the electorate in the months leading up to the next general election, which must be held by January 2025.
He’s written a new book about avoidable deaths in the NHS, which plainly made a deep impression on him as Secretary of State.
The subject has not yet been sufficiently studied, but there is clearly an affinity between the Hindu ethic and the spirit of conservatism.
Labour had a slightly higher mean likelihood voting score among voters as a whole than the Conservatives.
I hope Lord Ashcroft’s latest book is the first of many that can fill in the gaps in the Party’s understanding of this institution.
We’ve trained 22,000 members of the Ukrainian armed forces under Operation Orbital since 2015 – and have sent over 2,000 anti-tank missiles.
He overturned the principle of innocence until proven guilty. He has questions to answer and apologies to make.
How the pendulum swung from the police not pursuing guilty Savile to pursuing innocent Proctor – and the disaster of Operation Midland.
“Get Brexit Done, Unleash Britain’s Potential” was the 2019 slogan. The first was achieved in short order. The second is yet to be delivered.
Soldiers, sailors, airmen and their support staff all showed huge courage – and under the most difficult conditions 8,000 miles from home.
Putin’s Russia is closer to home – remember the Salisbury attack – and Islamist extremism is already here.
This biography will be found invaluable by anyone seeking to work out what kind of a person the Labour Leader is.
Our proprietor answers questions about his new book at a launch event yesterday evening.