“Over time the nakedness of the Woke emperor is going to be exposed:” demands for compensation have seldom proved wise.
Iranians have risen in rebellion against the petro-dictators of the Islamic Republic.
As a former Brexit Secretary, I know that we can use our Brexit freedoms to achieve incredible things. Changes to EU regulations in our five growth industries will mean that we can deliver the very best for our great country,
Given the current threats to energy security, Kazakhstan is a significant potential future ally of the West.
Although this latest Russian defeat is symbolically dreadful, militarily the withdrawal is entirely sensible.
British politicians are more than capable of committing blunders, but so too are their continental opposite numbers.
If the system had once been able to accommodate hopes for reform, dividing moderate and radical opponents, now it has dashed them completely. Everyone who’s not with the regime has turned against it.
The Defence Secretary said there is no way Putin can be offered a way out, for he can be depended upon to reject it.
This week will see Conservative Friends of Ukraine’s inaugural Conference Reception in Birmingham – a vital opportunity for our party to rally behind Ukraine once more.
Support for Ukraine must not waver, but we must not be blind to the risks – but instead seek to manage them as best we can.
On the one hand, conscription, with the failure it would confirm, would be perilous for Putin. On the other, stalled Ukrainian progress, a Russian economic squeeze – and western division.
Policy Exchange proposes a Tiered Energy Relief Scheme: restructuring household energy bills for a six-month period, saving the average household up to £936, at a nationwide cost ceiling of £26.6 billion.
But there are truths in life – for example, that a stich in time saves nine, beggars can’t be choosers…and that you can’t spend more than your earn. His premiership ends with record spending and taxes.
Russia is running out of time be able to split Europe with high gas prices: it looks now as though it won’t. In this round of energy blackmail, Putin has come off no better than Arthur Scargill.
However unsavoury, we must prepare contingency plans for tactical nuclear warheads deployment. Signalling that we will go hard, early is a must and is being resisted by our elite who still drink the Fukuyaman Kool-Aid.