The Party Chairman on the constitutional review, membership, the coming Conservative Conference, candidate selection and Carol Vorderman’s false accusations against him, which she was compelled to retract.
The Office for Budget Responsibility already predicts expenditure on the state pension and other pensioner benefits are set to rise from 5.6 per cent of GDP in the current decade to 9.6 per cent by 2071.
Ai provides an enormous opportunity for humanity. But Beijing sees it only as it’s latest tool for repression.
Starmer pops up in the Daily Telegraph’s opinion section from time to time, and this won’t have gone unnoticed in Downing Street.
The odd thing about this author and his Guardian friends is that they cannot understand movement. Though they think of themselves as progressive, they are in many ways deeply reactionary.
The two leaders preached to the converted by trading exaggerated insults.
We cannot assume that everyone just automatically assumes research and development is a good thing.
A pro-science and technology agenda requires political decisions no-one is currently pursuing. Taking on some public sector trade unions. Engaging constructively with the EU. Reforming planning law. Embracing the Oxford to Cambridge arc.
Rather than a charter of exciting new ways to invade your privacy, their report is more an attempt to respond to Dean Acheson’s claim that Britain has lost an empire but not yet found a role.
Such initiatives are surely a deserving recipient of more of the UK’s overseas aid than China, which reportedly received £51.7 million last year.
Activists are willing to go along with the Party as long as it’s prepared to go along with them. Which has meant it doing so on the great issues of the day. Which in recent years have boiled down to one – Brexit.
No Conservative leader has lost a challenge as Prime Minister, but neither have any survived their victories by as much as a year.
As long as this former priest and aspirant actor can find some high moral reason for doing so, he loves to make trouble.
As Blair realised, but his successor apparently does not, hysterical denunciations of political leaders are liable to prove counter-productive.