Few in our African American groups thought very much had improved for them personally during Barack Obama’s eight years in the White House.
Trump’s antics are a threat to the stability and peace of Europe.
How fortunate Britain is to have a Prime Minister who – like any American President imaginable – never voices a view on other counties’ internal affairs.
Thatcher’s biographer captures the extreme precariousness of her position even as she confounded the Left and scored some of her greatest triumphs.
The Russian scheme has a major, obvious flaw: the Syrian regime is mostly fighting not ISIS, but other armed groups.
Whoever they may elect as their new leader, it’s clear that we Conservatives must be ready to fight the battles of the 1970s and 1980s all over again.
The most straight forward way to achieve a Living Income for everyone would be to align the Income Tax and National Insurance thresholds with the Minimum Wage.
Plus: Making polite chat with Ted Heath. Musing on Boris Johnson’s future. Alan Clark on crack. And: My mucker Chuka.
The airports adviser to the Mayor of London tells ConHome what “a Boris world” would look like.
The Conservatives can tell a similar story to Reagan’s in 1984: a record number of people are in work.
Patrick McLoughlin, Transport Secretary and former miner, on UKIP, HS2, the Euston Arch, Heathrow and the desirability of getting ahead with one’s Christmas shopping.
The text of my speech from yesterday evening’s debate on the future of the centre-right with Matthew Parris.
Government bureaucrats aren’t all bad, you know.
The truth about President Obama’s plans for ISIS