Sir Keir’s choice is between not sacking front bench dissenters, so inviting claims of weakness, and doing so – thus provoking accusations of over-reacting.
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.
As long as this former priest and aspirant actor can find some high moral reason for doing so, he loves to make trouble.
The public has been subjected to two years of relentless bombardment about disease and death in this dystopian experiment.
Baker has infuriated some Tories, but others regard him as the rising hope of the stern unbending Austrian economists.
On the old electoral map, equally-sized seats was an unambiguous win for the Conservatives. But 2019 changes the calculation.
This week marks a bleak anniversary for those from the former princely state. But there’s a new corrective to the Tory pro-India tilt.
There is a very short space of time to set this new council up. Decisions on the new arrangements must be made locally.
A super council would make decision-making more remote; the natural division provided by the Chiltern Hills should be recognised.
This would both save money and provide a better focus on local communities.
A Survation poll commissioned by British Future finds that David Cameron’s party won a majority of Hindu votes – and also polled well with other Asian voters in the south.
What would the result have been of a 1914/15 poll – in a Britain that sometimes seemed to be on the verge of civil war?