Our deputy editor talks to Michael Portillo about the proposed purchase of the Daily Telegraph and Spectator by a financial alliance linked to the government of Abu Dhabi.
The involvement of a fund linked to the Emirati government in a proposed purchase of the Spectator and Telegraph titles has sparked concern amongst Conservative MPs.
Our Editor in conversation with Katy Balls and James Heale about yesterday’s Commons statement on the Middle East.
A friend of Michael Gove and a former Liberal Democrats, he is bidding for the Daily Telegraph and is an investor in GB News, which he hopes to see at the centre of such an election, if it happens.
Our editor in conversation with Katy Balls and James Heale of the Spectator about schools, bubbly concrete and Gillian Keegan.
Our editor in conversation with Katy Balls of the Spectator about the significance of the Conservative Deputy Chairman.
“There’s been a clear trend, over a long time, for MPs to be local champions, rather than distant representatives of capital or labour in Westminster.”
Our Editor on the Privileges Committee inquiry into the former Prime Minister – and why he thinks it would have been better not to hold it.
The attempt this week to silence her when she spoke in Oxford has had the opposite effect of making her and her arguments far better known.
On some issues, he got it wrong. On other issues, he got it right but is misrepresented by some of his cheerleaders. And on other issues, he was right in the context of the time but circumstances have changed.
The ex-Prime Minister tells Fraser Nelson and Katy Balls that she’s “not desperate to get back into Number 10”.
His achievements as a journalist, historian, and broadcaster were immense. He should be read by all those seeking to challenge the wrongful dogmatisms of the “progressive” Left.
Johnson’s defeat should not be interpreted as a final victory for the prigs and martinets who presume to tell us how we should lead our lives.
One can be confident that arguments to the contrary are the sort of defeatist doom-mongering up with which Johnson will not put.