Outside Westminster Hall, a baffled group of tourists noticed Oliver Cromwell giving a nod of approval.
The most important task is the resolution of the constitutional crisis and a return to the normal democratic process.
Furthermore, I will not attend the Conservative Party Conference if vaccine passports are required.
If it is determined to thumb its nose at the attitudes of the majority, perhaps it would be better to take this cultural revolution to its logical conclusion.
Starmer finds himself the bearer of bad news, a Roundhead reproaching the Cavalier PM for holding out the prospect of a rosy future.
The combination of shutdown fever, furlough, Black Lives Matter, summer and the fledgling test and trace system don’t bode well.
Its verdict fundamentally misunderstands Parliamentary Sovereignty – thus raising big questions about the future of the judiciary and the stability of our constitution.
The Prime Minister seemed to imply that if MPs will not bend to her will, she is off.
And a leader with a mandate from Welsh members requires more recognition.
“So you don’t arrive at a decision because you’re a barrister and therefore you favour the bar or because you’re a solicitor and therefore you favour the solicitors’ firms.”
We recently sought your suggestions of the best parliamentary oratory of the last 100 years, so the following entry would be disqualified on the grounds that it happened a full 356 years ago. However, Oliver Cromwell's famous speech to the House of Commons on April 20th 1653, when he dismissed the Rump Parliament, has more […]