That Chinese involvement in global telecommunications infrastructure is a weak point is not a new realization. However, this issue has received a special urgency.
The first article in a two-part mini series by the author on ConservativeHome this week.
Hear from the former chief executive of Vote Leave and co-founder of the TaxPayers’ Alliance about Brexit, the fiscal crisis and forthcoming political battles.
Getting a deal on the future relationship in a mere 11 months will be challenging, but it is not impossible.
That doesn’t mean they are all suddenly hardcore Tories. For many we were the least-worst option. But we have an opportunity to win their trust.
Around two-thirds of the top 100 marginal seats are town constituencies. That presents an opportunity.
The Lib Dem leader’s approach has a logic to it, but it is risky. But instead of delivering a surge, her numbers are on the slide.
Some campaigners and commentators, particularly those who oppose Brexit, appear to have forgotten that this is a negotiation between the Government and the EU.
The strategist who has entered Downing Street, and the Brexiteer ‘Spartan’ who has opted to stay on the backbenches, have history and some shared qualities.
Plus a sixth, less formal, question: are they ridiculous?
Our approach, and our message, won the backing of communities which have previously only ever voted Labour. It can work elsewhere, too.
The only person who would gain is Corbyn. Instead, let sunshine win the day – make a positive case for yourself and your vision for the nation.
One association, in a safe Home Counties constituency, has found the answer is almost half.
Everyone likes the sound of it – so long as they believe it is going to deliver their preferred outcome. Already Tory poll ratings are visibly on the slide.